Bryan Rose is passionate about families. Not only does he share his family’s story of infertility and adoption, but he has also devoted his life to mentoring other families as they incorporate discipleship into their everyday lives. Architect turned pastor, Bryan knows what it is like to do a 180 degree turn. He helps churches create a vision for their ministry and breakthrough in their churches.
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Key insights from the episode:
Clarity isn’t everything you do in leadership, but it affects everything you do in leadership. – Bryan Rose
Our story of becoming parents is a story of brokenness and deep dependence on the Lord. – Bryan Rose
Your mission is the great commission. It’s just contextualized with different words. – Bryan Rose
We want to foster acceptance. – Bryan Rose
Family values are fencelines shapes how you make decisions. Bryan Rose
How do we see every day, everything we do as an opportunity to make disciples? – Bryan Rose
The average church family is over-scheduled and under-discipled. – Bryan Rose
Let’s not excuse the absence of sports families, but equip their presence somewhere else. – Bryan Rose
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