The Importance of Pastoral Succession for the Future Health of Your Church – An Interview with William Vanderbloemen

08.17.2021 - By Rainer on Leadership

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Pastoral succession is an important process many churches overlook. On today’s episode of Rainer on Leadership Thom and Sam talk with William Vanderbloemen about why it is important for the future health of your church now more than ever.

What is pastoral succession and why is it important for the health of the church?

Why is pastoral succession more important now in a post-COVID world?

How does the senior pastor role of the future look different than the role does today?

When should pastoral succession discussions begin? Do you have any advice on how to lead this process?

 
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