How to Kill Programs and Events without Hurting Your Church

Episode #373
January 19, 2024
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Every season has its end, and this includes church programs and events. When the moment arrives for them to go, the question arises. How should a pastor gracefully navigate ending them? Terminating a program or event is not always straightforward and may often lead to tensions within the church. In this week’s episode, Josh and Sam explore various pastoral strategies to address these challenges effectively.

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