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About Austin Savage

Austin Savage is the Director of Communications at 95Network, a ministry designed to connect small and mid-size churches to BIG resources. From Normal, IL, Austin gets that ministry can sometimes feel anything but “normal.” He grew up leading in the small church his dad pastored, and has since served on the launch teams for two church plants. He holds a Communications degree from Moody Bible Institute and is passionate about seeing churches grow healthier and make a difference in their communities. Austin and his wife, Larisa, currently reside near Peoria, IL.

3 Things Every Great Church Leader Does

Here at The Unstuck Group, we talk a lot about leadership. As our team helps churches all across the country, we consistently see examples of great church leaders who inspire change and lead effectively. These leaders have many differing characteristics that make their leadership so effective and unique, but we’ve noticed there are 3 things that are true of each of them:

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By |2017-09-13T12:03:16-04:00August 2nd, 2017|Leadership|0 Comments

Meeting in a Movie Theater? 3 Ways to Make Family Ministry Successful

Thousands of churches across America have adopted a portable strategy for their church, and movie theaters have become popular options. But we’ve noticed a key area where churches who meet in movie theaters consistently get stuck: children’s and student ministry.

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By |2017-06-19T22:33:16-04:00June 20th, 2017|Strategy|0 Comments

Webinar Replay – #Multistuck: 4 Mistakes Churches Make When Launching a Campus

How can multisite churches avoid the common pitfalls? A few weeks ago, we hosted a conversation between Tony MorganGavin Adams, Paul Alexander, and Tammy Kelley about the 4 most common mistakes we have seen churches make when launching a new campus:

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By |2017-03-30T14:43:05-04:00April 4th, 2017|Strategy|0 Comments

Greeting or Welcoming? Hospitality Is in the Details.

My sister has always struggled with the Church. She went for a while, exploring different church options, but found most to be unwelcoming, unfriendly. There were many weeks when she would sit alone, no one ever taking the time to speak with her beyond greeting her at the door. In her experience, the door was where a church’s welcoming stopped.

Today, she has walked away from the church.

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By |2017-10-10T14:08:10-04:00January 25th, 2017|Strategy|3 Comments