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Welcome Church Juice’s New Leader

Welcome Church Juice’s New Leader

Posted August 21, 2017 by Robin Basselin

Church Juice has a new captain at the helm (and we’re so excited)!

Bryan Haley joined the Church Juice team last month as our new project lead, and is already hard at work planning the launch of all new Church Juice posts, starting this September!

Bryan comes to Church Juice with communications experience in both full-time church ministry and in the field of church website design. He has a deep passion for the Church and a gift for strategic thinking. (Did I mention Bryan showed up to his interview with a 5-page, Church Juice branded, 1-year strategic plan in hand?)

Bryan also brings to the role an excitement about the future of communications and a commitment to equipping local congregations to use innovative communication strategies to more effectively share God’s timeless message.

But what might be most exciting about Bryan is the humility, respect, and empathy he possesses for church communicators just like you. Motivational speaker, Zig Ziglar, once said:

“In many ways, effective communication begins with mutual respect, communication that inspires, encourages others to do their best.”

And that’s how Bryan approaches his work at Church Juice. Like you, he’s been in the trenches. He understands the challenges, he knows the hurdles, and he’s dedicated to using his expertise to help you energize your church communications.

Join me in welcoming Bryan! And remember, keep an eye out for all new Church Juice content starting this September!

Filed under: Church Juice, Church Juice News (meta)

About the Author

Robin Basselin

Robin loves being a part of the Church Juice team—writing, editing, and dreaming about ways to more effectively serve the Church Juice audience. She has a wonderful husband and four kids that keep her more-than-busy. As a family, they enjoy traveling, camping, and serving in their local congregation.

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Comments (4)

  • Chris
    5:42 AM
    Tue, Aug 22, 2017

    Great to see you on board of churchjuice, Bryan. God bless your work!

  • Tharesa Lee
    10:43 AM
    Tue, Aug 22, 2017

    Welcome Bryan! Blessings

  • Lauren Hunter
    11:29 AM
    Tue, Aug 22, 2017

    I’m so glad you’ve found a producer for Church Juice! Bryan, sounds like a perfect fit. Congrats all the way around!

  • Mark Steinbrueck
    9:01 AM
    Wed, Aug 23, 2017

    Bryan and churchjuice team, congratulations!  I look forward to seeing what God does through you in the future!

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