Welcome to the introductory episode of The Church Lobby: Conversations on Faith & Ministry! (formerly, Can This Work in a Small Church?)
In this bonus episode I talk about some of the big news coming from this ministry over the next year or two, including the reasons for the podcast name change, such as:
- The church lobby is where the church meets and does ministry
- The church lobby moves conversations from the stage to the floor
- The church lobby is a good place to take the temperature of a church’s health
Most of our real-life conversations about faith and ministry happen in church lobbies, both as a congregation and pastor-to-pastor.
In The Church Lobby podcast, that’s what we’ll continue to do, always keeping the emphasis on the small-church perspective.
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Veronica Beaver | Veronica@KarlVaters.com
Phil Vaters | Phil@KarlVaters.com
Composed and performed by Jack Wilkins | JackWilkinsMusic.com
by Solomon Joy
Shelley Vaters | Shelley@KarlVaters.com
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