CNLP 196: Bryan Carter On What Makes For Successful Succession, Navigating 300% Church Growth And The Racial Divide In America

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CNLP 196: Bryan Carter on What Makes for Successful Succession, Navigating 300% Church Growth and The Racial Divide in America CNLP 196: Bryan Carter on What Makes for Successful Succession, Navigating 300% Church Growth and The Racial Divide in America

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Bryan Carter was 29 years old when he was asked to be the successor to a pastor who founded the church 28 years earlier.

Much to everyone’s surprise, including Bryan’s, the transition went extremely well. Concord Church has tripled in size under his leadership, and Bryan shares why.

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He also talks about the racial divide in America and how the church can respond.

Welcome to Episode 196 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts and listen for free.

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Longstanding churches can’t escape transitional seasons. It’s inevitable. So, why do most hold off on preparing for the difficulties that come with change? Smooth transitions are achievable when the church is set up for success. It takes efforts from both sides – old and new – to steward the process.

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Senior leaders should find ways to implement succession throughout the lifetime of the church. Building a ministry centered on purpose over personality is key. If a church is standing because the community is infatuated with the charisma of the leader rather than the message of Christ, there’s a big problem at hand.

During transition, the rising leaders need to execute a disciplined, often excruciating amount...
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