Your questions are the best questions.
We’re back with another bonus episode of Ask Carey. Scroll down to see what questions I tackle this episode!
Welcome to Ask Carey Part 8.
Questions Featured in this Episode
1:43 What are the pros and cons of breaking down church membership, and how does that look for the future?
9:17 We want to bring people to know Christ, but what kind of healthy boundaries do we need to put into place for a registered sex offender to make it a safe place?
14:25 What are some character qualities of young leaders that aren’t so easy to diagnose, but are necessary to make an impact in the church world today?
20:29 How did you get started in investing in young leaders, and where did your passion come from?
26:30 Could you walk us through your process of constructing a sermon series?
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