This is the 300th post here at the Church Insider!!! Wow, I didn't know I had that much to say back when I started in late 2007. I am not a daily blogger like some. As a church planter my time is focused on growing and leading Church of the Suncoast. But I also have a passion for church planters and those leading other ministries that are trying to do church different from the past. I try to stay up to date with trends, the culture, and I love creativity in any form. So anytime I think we have a good idea or I see a good idea it goes here on the blog.
BUT, I need your help!!! I am trying to find my audience and what kind of content you like, what you would like to hear more about, stuff like that. So if you would take a minute or two and give me some feedback I would be very grateful. I know there are thousands of blogs out there. You can read any one's blog but you take a minute or two a couple times a week to read mine. That is so cool and I want to make it worth your time!!!
So PLEASE leave a comment with some feedback on what you would like to see in the next 300 posts.
Hey Brian! You asked for feedback, so here it is: (Very impressed with your amount of blogs) I read your posts, and while they are interesting, I believe that you could be a little more transparent. While we are gaining an understanding of your church, we really don't know who you are, or your family life. I think people want transparency in a pastor. They want relatability. You can keep your family protected and still tell us about them. Many people stay loyal to a church because they love the pastor, not necessarily the church, although that is important, too. He is someone they can identify with; someone they respect and admire because they see him as a human and not as a superstar. I think you are the determining factor in the "flavor" of your church and your blog. Be yourself and you will gain your audience.
Thank you for the input. I will try to let people see more of the real me... in fact I have a post planned 25 things you might not have known about me... God's Best!
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