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LET'S BE HONEST.   MINISTRY IS HARD.
                    Have you found yourself....
                    - Too busy doing what needs to be done to just survive?
                    - Struggling to pay the bills as a local church?
                    - Not connecting with new people?
                    - Not connecting the vision to Leadership or Volunteers?
    LET'S BE HONEST.
    MINISTRY IS HARD.
    Have you found yourself....
    - Too busy doing what needs to be done to just survive?
    - Struggling to pay the bills as a local church?
    - Not connecting with new people?
    - Not connecting the vision to Leadership or Volunteers?
      Learn my 5 steps for church growth
      >>>>>
      STEP 1:  CREATE PERSONAL MOMENTUM!
      STEP 2:  CLARIFY & COMMUNICATE YOUR VISION!
      STEP 3:  EXPAND YOUR REACH!
      STEP 4:  LOVE, SERVE, AND INFLUENCE!
      STEP 5:  GIVE CLEAR NEXT STEPS!
      Learn my 5 steps for church growth
      >>>>>
      STEP 1:  CREATE PERSONAL MOMENTUM!
      STEP 2:  CLARIFY & COMMUNICATE YOUR VISION!
      STEP 3:  EXPAND YOUR REACH!
      STEP 4:  LOVE, SERVE, AND INFLUENCE!
      STEP 5:  GIVE CLEAR NEXT STEPS!
      "I have experienced the ups and downs of ministry."
      I have experienced the low points. I have been a part of a struggling church plant that eventually shut its doors.
      I have had to cut budgets and lay people off. I have had to shut down ministries and even campuses. I have seen marriages of people in my ministry fall apart. I have seen people walk away from their faith.

      I have also been a part of starting effective new churches and effective new campuses. I have been a part of growth that included increasing budgets, hiring more staff, and seeing friends, neighbors, and family members coming to faith, getting baptized, and connecting with our local church.

      Here’s the thing: after 25 years of ministry, I can now tell the difference of what leads to those seasons of ups and downs.
      "I have experienced the ups and downs of ministry."
      I have experienced the low points. I have been a part of a struggling church plant that eventually shut its doors.
      I have had to cut budgets and lay people off. I have had to shut down ministries and even campuses. I have seen marriages of people in my ministry fall apart. I have seen people walk away from their faith.

      I have also been a part of starting effective new churches and effective new campuses. I have been a part of growth that included increasing budgets, hiring more staff, and seeing friends, neighbors, and family members coming to faith, getting baptized, and connecting with our local church.

      Here’s the thing: after 25 years of ministry, I can now tell the difference of what leads to those seasons of ups and downs.
      ERIC BRYANT - Pastor at Gateway Church, Austin TX

      You may be wondering who I am. I don’t speak at huge conferences. I don’t come from a long line of pastors. 
      I am in the trenches like you. I love Jesus, and I love His Church!

      After growing up in the Bible belt, I saw too many cultural Christians walk away from faith and/or never fully experience the life God offers us. Too often these were the very Christians who were giving Jesus a bad name. Their hypocrisy, judgmental nature were destructive. I was one of them.

      Yet I caught glimpses of what could be. I began to meet people with a vibrant faith that inspired and challenged me. My life really began to change as I fully surrendered my life to following Jesus and His ways. I felt God calling me to become a pastor when I was at youth camp when the speaker read the passage: “The harvest is plentiful and the workers are few.” And he asked: “Is God calling you to be one of His workers?”

      ERIC BRYANT - Pastor at Gateway Church, Austin TX
      You may be wondering who I am. I don’t speak at huge conferences. I don’t come from a long line of pastors. 

      I am in the trenches like you. I love Jesus, and I love His Church!

      After growing up in the Bible belt, I saw too many cultural Christians walk away from faith and/or never fully experience the life God offers us. Too often these were the very Christians who were giving Jesus a bad name. Their hypocrisy, judgmental nature were destructive. I was one of them.

      Yet I caught glimpses of what could be. I began to meet people with a vibrant faith that inspired and challenged me. My life really began to change as I fully surrendered my life to following Jesus and His ways. I felt God calling me to become a pastor when I was at youth camp when the speaker read the passage: “The harvest is plentiful and the workers are few.” And he asked: “Is God calling you to be one of His workers?”

      Before we move forward, it is critical to acknowledge we need God’s help!
      >>>>>
      WE ARE TALKING ABOUT HIS CHURCH!
      As a result, we need to take a posture of humility so that we might recognize our blind spots-areas in which we can learn more and grow more. So with an open heart and an open mind, I want you trust that God wants to do more in you and through you than you can ever ask or imagine. He wants to help us grow our church.

      He wants us:
      TO GROW IN OUR FAITHFULNESS & EFFECTIVENESS

      He wants us:
      TO REACH NEW PEOPLE.

      He wants us:
      TO HELP PEOPLE MATURE IN THEIR FAITH.


      Before we move forward, it is critical to acknowledge we need God’s help!
      >>>>>
      WE ARE TALKING ABOUT HIS CHURCH!
      As a result, we need to take a posture of humility so that we might recognize our blind spots-areas in which we can learn more and grow more. So with an open heart and an open mind, I want you trust that God wants to do more in you and through you than you can ever ask or imagine. He wants to help us grow our church.

      He wants us:
      TO GROW IN OUR FAITHFULNESS & EFFECTIVENESS

      He wants us:
      TO REACH NEW PEOPLE.

      He wants us:
      TO HELP PEOPLE MATURE IN THEIR FAITH.


      what others are saying about ERIC BRYANT
      I highly recommend investing an hour to come and hear about how God has intersected the life of Eric Bryant, and in turn how He is using Eric to help others find hope in Christ. Don’t miss the chance to own a great resource for your library and your heart, and more importantly don’t miss the opportunity to pick up a copy of Not Like Me for a friend..or two.. or even your entire leadership team.
      Stephen W. Hammond, Lead Pastor, Mosaic of Arlington
      I find Eric to be someone who I am dying to learn more from. He has a way of communicating interpersonally that captures your attention and inspires your heart. His knowledge and interpretation of family, relationships, love, life, and God are nothing less than paramount.
      Amy LeNoble, Student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA
      Eric is someone whom I believe is a very important voice today as he is passionate about Jesus and truly understands mission and culture. I respect him tremendously for his high commitment to the Scriptures and his loving boldness of teaching truth because of his love for people. Eric has spoken to our entire church and to our leaders and I highly recommend him for bringing a fresh and practical vision for mission and leadership in today’s culture.
      Dan Kimball, Pastor, Vintage Faith Church, Santa Cruz, CA 
      Author of They Like Jesus and Not the Church, Emerging Church, among others
      what others are saying about ERIC BRYANT
      I highly recommend investing an hour to come and hear about how God has intersected the life of Eric Bryant, and in turn how He is using Eric to help others find hope in Christ. Don’t miss the chance to own a great resource for your library and your heart, and more importantly don’t miss the opportunity to pick up a copy of Not Like Me for a friend... or two... or even your entire leadership team.
      Stephen W. Hammond, Lead Pastor, Mosaic of Arlington
      I find Eric to be someone who I am dying to learn more from. He has a way of communicating interpersonally that captures your attention and inspires your heart. His knowledge and interpretation of family, relationships, love, life, and God are nothing less than paramount.
      Amy LeNoble, Student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA
      Eric is someone whom I believe is a very important voice today as he is passionate about Jesus and truly understands mission and culture. I respect him tremendously for his high commitment to the Scriptures and his loving boldness of teaching truth because of his love for people. Eric has spoken to our entire church and to our leaders and I highly recommend him for bringing a fresh and practical vision for mission and leadership in today’s culture.
      Dan Kimball, Pastor, Vintage Faith Church, 
      Santa Cruz, CA 
      Author of They Like Jesus and Not the Church, Emerging Church, among others
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