Communications & Church Leadership Podcast Episode
I recently joined my friend Seth Muse on his podcast (The Seminary of Hard Knocks) to talk tips on communications and church leadership. Seth does a great job with his podcast and it is definitely worth checking out his other guests.
Josh Breland helps church leaders win with data and church analytics at Churchlytics. He previously led the communications team as Director of Communication & Strategic Initiatives at College Park Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is married with three daughters. Connect with Josh on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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