Most Common Mistakes of Church Starts (Part 2)

Most Common Mistakes of Church Starts (Part 2) June 12, 2017

By Andy Hale

“Fake it ’til you make it” is probably one of the worst mottos to live by in any vocation. At some point those mistakes will begin to pile up. If we are smart, we learn from the mistakes of others.

This week’s podcast is the second of a three-part conversation on the most common mistakes of church starting. Our partnership with a vast and diverse pool of church starters has afforded us the opportunity to listen to their stories and share lessons learned.

Some of these mistakes, include:

  1. Not letting toxic church members go
  2. A lack of personal and professional boundaries
  3. Ignoring all forms of self-care

This episode features Kyle Tubbs, CBF church starter and pastor of Peace of Christ Church in Round Rock, Texas.

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CBF’s podcasts launched in early 2016 to share the stories of CBF church starters from across the Fellowship and interviews of people partnering to do groundbreaking work in renewing God’s world. The vision is to share ideas, stories, and innovations from church starters, pastors, and practitioners.

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This podcast episode is brought to you The Center for Congregational Health and CBF Dawnings.

Andy Hale leads Church Starts Initiative of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Hale is a CBF church starter who serves pastor of Mosaic of Clayton in Clayton, N.C.

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