Butts in seats, that is all we care about! Have you ever heard that saying before? Or, have you ever thought that? I’m sure we all have had that desire to get butts in seats but is that the only way you gauge your effectiveness as a Campus Pastor? Do all you care about is getting people to an event or service?
Being a Campus Pastor can be hard and determining how effective you actually are can be hard. That is why Stan Rodda is on the podcast today. Stan has been a Campus Pastor for years and has participated in a relaunch of a campus before. So, in today’s episode, Stan and I talk about what does it look like for his campus to be doing well and the analytics he uses to determine that.
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- If you want to connect with Stan you can read his blog and listen to his podcast here or you can find him on Twitter. He is very active on social media so definitely hit him up if you have a question.
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