Podcast Ep. 84: Passing the Baton (Pastor Brian Dainsberg)

I Want to talk on this episode on how a church transitions well. I remember sitting down with a friend processing a tough church and he made a comment I could never shrug. “Mitch you need to start your transition now. It might need to take you several years, but start your transition”. Unfortunately certain events kept me from having control in that process, but later I realized this significance of that advice. I am thrilled today to discuss with a pastor the importance of pastoring the baton between pastors in a way that is healthy and timely. I actually did this interview just a week before COVID significantly shut churches down so I decided I would hold on to it until the waves subsided. I believe the timing is right for me to put this out now. I am talking to Pastor Brain Dainsberg who knows first hand the wonderful benefits of a church transitioning from one pastor to another. This also happens to be church I served as associate pastor for a number of years, so I am intimately familiar with the healthy contexts of this church. 

Brian Dainsberg began as the Lead Pastor of Alliance Bible Church on August 1, 2016.  He grew up in the Green Bay area, earning his B.A. in Applied Music from UW-Green Bay in 2002.  He later received his Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in 2007. In 2008, he was ordained by the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Appleton, WI.

Brian and his wife, Jedotta, have two children: Braylen and Taelyr.  In addition to spending time with his family, Pastor Brian likes to golf, look for new Thai and Chinese restaurants and read books.

2 thoughts on “Podcast Ep. 84: Passing the Baton (Pastor Brian Dainsberg)”

  1. Pastor Brian,
    I’m not commenting on your podcast, but message today at church on what the Bible teaches about homosexuality. Thanks for boldly and unapologetically speaking about what God’s Word says on this topic. You didn’t start with an apologetic introduction, which often implies some admission of guilt.

    My daughter has been going to your church for several years now. We were bringing her back to Concordia after a weekend at home in Oak Creek, so we were able to visit. Thanks for the faithfulness of your church and it’s mission to the larger community as well as students. You are shaping the next generation!

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