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How To Help A Hurting Church with Alan Hlavka [Podcast]

Posted by Vanderbloemen Search Group on 7/31/18 7:12 AM

Alan Hlavka

On today’s Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, William Vanderbloemen talks with Alan Hlavka, Outreach Pastor of Good Shepherd Community Church in Boring, OR.

Alan and William talk about how to help a hurting church and the importance of learning your place in the body of Christ.

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About Alan

Alan has served as one of the Teaching Pastors at Good Shepherd Community Church (in the suburbs of Portland, Oregon) for 37 years. His primary roles have centered around coaching couples on how to allow the resurrected Jesus make a difference in their homes. He and his wife Theda served on the FamilyLife Marriage Conference Speaker Team for 24 years. In 2009, Good Shepherd’s founding pastor stepped down and the elders asked Alan to serve as the “Interim” Lead Pastor. What was estimated to be a 6-12 month interim role turned into 7 years. Now that Vanderbloemen Search Group has secured Good Shepherd’s new Lead Pastor, Alan continues to serve as one of the Executive Pastors over Global & Local Outreach as well as Ministry to Marriages. 

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Quotes from Alan:

“As one of our consultants put it, he said ‘Alan, when you’re more devoted to outcome than community, people get hurt.’” Tweet: “As one of our consultants put it, he said ‘Alan, when you’re more devoted to outcome then community, people get hurt.’” https://bit.ly/2Nrbny3 via @VanderbloemenSG

“I think often the person who knows the least is ourselves.” Tweet: “I think often the person who knows the least is ourselves.” https://bit.ly/2Nrbny3 via @VanderbloemenSG

“Some day, some time the train has to leave the station. We’ve done our work, we’ve sought reconciliation, and we’ve worked hard. We’ve overdone our due diligence. One day that’s going to happen and today is that day.” Tweet: “Some day, some time the train has to leave the station. We’ve done our work, we’ve sought reconciliation, and we’ve worked hard. We’ve overdone our due diligence. One day that’s gonna happen and today is that day.” https://bit.ly/2Nrbny3 via @VanderbloemenSG


The Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast brings you interviews from leaders across the theological spectrum of the global Church. Our goal is to bring you thought-provoking interviews that encourage you, challenge you, and help you build, run, and keep great teams.

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