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Austin Savage

Austin Savage
Austin is the Managing Director here at 95Network. 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, reside near Peoria, IL.
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Recent Posts

Especially before March of this year, we have done a lot of one-day events for pastors. It’s one of our favorite aspects of what we do! During the 4th session of our events, I get to talk about...
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Enjoy this guest article from our good friend Mark Sties, Digital Creative Director at Sties Design Agency. He and his team help small to mid-sized churches overcome challenges with creative...
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It's no secret that this year has had its ups and downs. It's felt like we've had to learn new things and make adjustments every single week. And for many of us, we've been pushed into reactionary...
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Throughout high school and college, school always came easy to me. (You may already be thinking, why are we talking about school on a church leadership blog?, but stick with me.) School came easy,...
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This week is my first week back from paternity leave. I'm so grateful for the time to welcome my beautiful daughter, Willa Jane, into this world. Larisa and I have two toddlers in our home through...
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Today's article is a guest post from Dr. Cedric Williams, a Consulting Psychologist & CEO of Legacy Consulting & Research Group. His work and research interests are in the domains of Multicultural...
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Let's be honest for a second: Navigating COVID-19 has been exhausting. Plain and simple. So many of us have stepped up to the plate and shifted our methods like never before. As Carey Nieuwhof...
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Today's post is a guest article from our good friend Jeff Keady, co-host of the 200churches podcast. He shared these thoughts in our recent encouragement freebie, and it was too good not to share on...
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"As you know, this is an ever-changing time for the Church. Many pastors are overwhelmed with how to reformat their church model while not losing engagement of their congregation. We have created...
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No doubt the past week has changed so much so quickly. COVID-19 left many churches confused and conflicted about what the best next steps are as restrictions continued to be shared by our leaders to...
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There’s been a big push recently for churches to start using a church app for their congregation. Many churches’ first step towards “increasing their digital presence” is to create an app on a...
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Just recently, we were talking with one of our ministry partners about some common themes we see in the churches we have the opportunity to work with. We shared a lot of different things back and...
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I've worked on quite a few church teams over the years. From new church plants to more established churches, and urban areas to rural areas, I've seen a lot. And in the majority of those churches and...
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There's one fact we encounter over and over again as we work with churches across the country:  Far too many pastors lead in isolation.  It’s so easy to get caught up in the trenches of ministry and...
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Today's article is a guest post from James Bloedel, a good friend of mine from college who has served in the Church his whole life, is passionate about healthy ministries, and does great creative...
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