Knowing Who You Are

Bryan Haley

In this episode, we talk about how to pull off an excellent Easter service while being true to who you are.

So many churches want to wow their first-time guests by going above and beyond what a normal Sunday service would look like. Stepping up your game can be a good thing. But it’s also important to know who you are as a church. When you learn who you are, and who you’re reaching, you can be more authentic as you prepare your Easter services.

Episode Highlights:

How a small, rural church focuses on their community outreach for Easter. (02:21) Battling “upping the game” with remaining who you are as a church. (03:52) What does it mean to “stay in your lane” as a church? (05:55)Listener Question: “How can we convince our aging congregation to accept more modern branding and building updates?” (10:10)

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