Most senior pastors are terrible at church staff development. I know. I’m one of those senior pastors. Too often new staff arrive and it feels like a relief. That pain point of a previously open position or that need for hiring additional staff has been handled. We sigh and celebrate. The new staff person hopefully…
Reverend Rob Dyer is Senior Pastor at a church in the St. Louis metro area. Rob has spent the last several years working in the areas of community missions and leadership development. He has worked at both the local church level as well at the regional level bringing churches, businesses, service agencies, and individuals together for addressing hunger, homeless, and health disparity issues. He has served on numerous community boards and participated in several church-community collaborations. Before becoming a pastor, Rob had a successful career as a software developer and manager working with the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon. And many years before that, he was a NCAA college mascot. He is used to organizing large numbers of people for transformative experiences, even if it means putting on a tiger costume. Rob Dyer has been a speaker for conferences, employee seminars, volunteer appreciation events, community rallies, prayer breakfasts, and more. He has also taught many all-day training and motivational events. Within Ministry Architects, Rob particularly enjoys coaching pastors and guiding churches through times of transition and transformation. Rob is also one of the main developers of the Ministry Architects Volunteer Accelerator tool.