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Today, Bryan and Aaron talk about church relocation strategy, including the timing of relocation, typical financial and ministerial obstacles to overcome, and creative ways to make the most of the space you already have.Connect with Bryan by emailing him at pastor@rivercitybaptist.churchConnect with Luke Clayton, view resources from ChurchMediaHQ, and find exclusive Bryan Samms Podcast listener discounts at https://ChurchMediaHQ.com/Bryan
Bryan talks with Kurt Skelly and Cary Schmidt about the state of the independent Baptist movement, the Southern Baptist Convention, and the path forward for the Great Commission.
Bryan talks with Chris Phillips, Kurt Skelly, and Cary Schmidt on the topic of pastoral depression and burnout, how it affects pastors and their wives, and what steps pastors can take to heal.
Today, Bryan talks with Luke Clayton of Church Media HQ about why most churches would be better off outsourcing their church media needs.Connect with Luke, view resources from ChurchMediaHQ, and find exclusive Bryan Samms Podcast listener discounts at https://ChurchMediaHQ.com/BryanConnect with Bryan at pastor@rivercitybaptist.church
Today, Bryan talks with Luke Clayton of Church Media HQ about the importance of having an excellent online presence. Luke gives some great ideas on how a church can have an excellent online experience without breaking the bank.Connect with Luke, view resources from ChurchMediaHQ, and find exclusive Bryan Samms Podcast listener discounts at https://ChurchMediaHQ.com/BryanConnect with Bryan at pastor@rivercitybaptist.church
Bryan talks about why it is important for pastors to take an occasional sabbatical and some books that might be worth reading while on sabbatical.Connect with Bryan by email: pastor@rivercitybaptist.church.
Bryan and Aaron discuss a radical new strategy for the way their church contributes to the work of the Great Commission.Contact Bryan at pastor@rivercitybaptist.church.Contact Aaron at aaron@rivercitybaptist.church.
Bryan continues his conversation with Pastor Fred Ayers and how he led his church through major transition.Connect with Fred at his church website, or email him at pastor@wcbaptist.com.Use promo code PODCAST to get 10% off next year's Church Advance Conference! Discount expires 4/30/22.Tune in to the Church Advance Virtual Meeting on May 6 @ 2pm EST: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/9062785692
Bryan has a conversation with Dr. Mike Lester, the Director of Student Services at Veritas Baptist College, about whether or not it's a good idea to continue your education while in ministry.Connect with Mike on Twitter or his blog.Use promo code PODCAST to get 10% off next year's Church Advance Conference! Discount expires 4/30/22.Tune in to the Church Advance Virtual Meeting on May 6 @ 2pm EST: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/9062785692
Bryan has a conversation with Pastor Fred Ayers, who led his church through the transition from being an independent, fundamental Baptist church to a Southern Baptist Church.Get in touch with Pastor Fred Ayers at his church website, or email him at pastor@wcbaptist.com.Use promo code PODCAST to get 10% off next year's Church Advance Conference! Discount expires 4/30/22.Tune in to the Church Advance Virtual Meeting on May 6 @ 2pm EST: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/9062785692
Bryan gets a little introspective on today's episode, talking about what he might have done differently if he could start pastoring all over again.To contact Bryan, email him at pastor @rivercitybaptist.church.
Bryan discusses how to minister while going through hard times with Pastor Noel Cwenar of the Gospel Light Baptist Church in Rogers, Arkansas.Books from today's episode:Fasting for Spiritual Breakthrough by Elmer TownsFast Your Way to Health by J. Harold SmithThe Power of Prayer and Fasting by Ronnie FloydPastor Cwenar's email address: n.cwenar@glbcrogers.com
Bryan and Jody Jenkins talk about an exciting new way to reach those in your community that battle depression, anxiety, and PTSD: A Night of Hope.Listen to Bryan's first interview with Jody Jenkins and his story here.To register for RCBC's Night of Hope, click here.Connect with Jody here.
Bryan and Tommy continue to talk about church revitalization and its challenges and rewards.Resources from today's episode:Brian Croft's websiteAdvanced Strategic Planning by Aubrey MalphursBeing Leaders by Aubrey MalphursChurch Unique by Will ManciniSimple Church by Thom RainerLeading Change Without Losing It by Carey NieuwhofCulture Catalyst by Samuel ChandThe Emotionally Healthy Church by Peter ScazzeroTommy Thompson's website
Today, Bryan talks with Pastor Tommy Thompson of the Ashburn Baptist Church in Chicago, Illinois, about church revitalization.
Looking for a book to buy your preacher for Christmas? Look no further! We've got some great ones on today's episode.When Narcissism Comes To ChurchLead - Paul TrippThe Traveler's Gift - Andy AndrewsThe Obesity Code - Jason FungRefresh - Shona and David MurrayThe Noticer - Andy AndrewsThe Pastor - Eugene PetersonFinding Faithful Elders and Deacons - Thabiti Anyabwile
On today's episode, Bryan and Aaron discuss the issue of secondary separation and how it relates to theological triage. Doctrinal and ecclesiastical separation has been an issue that has plagued the independent Baptist movement as well as the Southern Baptist Convention. The discussion today focuses on the only two biblical reasons to separate from a brother in Christ, as well as stepping through a framework toward deciding whether or not a certain issue is worth separating over.The book mentioned today was Finding the Right Hills to Die On by Gavin Ortlund.You can reach Bryan at preachersamms@gmail.com and Aaron at aaron@rivercitybaptist.church.
Bryan and Jody Jenkins talk about the unique and often absent ministry to people struggling with their mental health. Depression, PTSD, and burnout all seem to be much more prevalent today than ever before. Listen along and learn about some practical ways in which you can engage members of your church and community that have similar struggles.
Pastor Eric Capaci shares his story and the courage it took to lead his church out of the independent, fundamental Baptist movement and transform it into a more biblical model of ministry.If you have any questions about this subject, you can email Bryan Samms at preachersamms@gmail.com or email Pastor Capaci at eric.capaci@gospellight.org.
In this episode, Bryan and Jody Jenkins talk about some of the nuts and bolts of having an evangelistic meeting or revival week at your church. They address some issues like:What is the goal of special worship services?When is a special worship service a success?How do you host a traveling evangelist?What is an appropriate love offering for a traveling evangelist?
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Proliferating Truth

GLORY. The Bapticostal in me is bout to bust out right now. Thank you for your testimony, Bro. Capaci!

Nov 20th
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