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How Bay Hope Church Approaches Digital Ministry With Andy Mage

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This week’s feature interview is with with Pastor Andy Mage. Andy is the Digital Pastor for Bay Hope Church, located in Tampa, Florida. He was a worship pastor for 10 years before that.  Kenny Jahng and Andy talk shop about digital ministry and church online.


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www.instagram.com/therealandymage
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Kenny Jahng
Kenny Jahnghttp://www.kennyjahng.com
Kenny Jahng is Editor-In-Chief at ChurchTechToday.com. He also serves as Chief Innovation Officer at ChurchCommunications.com which has a community of 29,000+ church leaders. Kenny is a Certified StoryBrand Copywriter Guide and founder of Big Click Syndicate, a strategic marketing advisory firm helping Christian leaders build marketing engines that work. You can connect with Kenny on LinkedIn.

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