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CFTROU 0171: Becoming a Culture Carrier

On this episode, our guest hosts discuss how you can become and develop culture carriers within your staff teams and congregations. Pastor Winner Olmann and Pastor Tyler Core, talk about what culture is, the Family Church culture, and how culture is caught, as well as taught. They share stories of how culture is infused through their congregations and the challenges they face as leaders. You can also hear tips on having patience with the different aspects of building culture. Tune into an encouraging conversation with about developing culture and engaging culture carriers.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • The importance of having a clear mission, vision, and core values.
  • What we believe being a culture carrier means at Family Church.
  • Challenges with infusing culture.
  • How they share their culture throughout their congregations.
  • The importance of setting your ego aside.
  • The five aspects of building culture.
  • Why you have to be patient when trying to build culture.
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Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Tyler on LinkedIn

Tyler on Twitter

Jimmy on Twitter

Leslee on Twitter

Family Church Network

Family Church on Facebook

Family Church on Instagram

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