Kathy and Chip, two friends of our lead and founding Pastors working closely with both, join Lynne and Joey to discuss the toxic cultures and pastor downfalls that mega churches are unfortunately being increasingly known for. Both are fairly confident that our two main leaders won't have similar falls.
During the course of this conversation, we have guest segments with Laura Barringer (co-author of A Church Called Tov) as well as with Joey's friend, Hayden, who experienced very poor treatment by church leadership during a very low season of life.
Joey also brings on former staff members he worked alongside to talk about the special working relationships they all shared during time leading a Seacoast church location together. Lastly, Zach Bolen, solo artist and singer/song-writer of the band Citizens, shares perspective on today's subject at hand, based on his experiences at multiple churches. The episode closes with a song from his band.
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In this episode
Kathy Roseborough / Instagram
Joey Svendsen / Instagram
Lynne Stroy / Instagram
Chip Judd / Instagram
Jack Hoey III, host / Instagram
Laura Barringer / Instagram / Book / Website
Hayden Corr / Instagram
Sarah Eller / Instagram
Robbie Madison / Instagram
Zach Bolen / Instagram / Spotify / Apple Music
Natasha Gray's "Stones" is from her newest album "Reminders" // Spotify / Apple Music
Zach Bolen's "A Thousand Shores," courtesy of his band Citizens, is from the album "I Can't Find the Edges of You" // Spotify / Apple Music
Executive Producer: Josh Surratt
Producer/Editor: Joey Svendsen
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