Attila Nyári on Church Planting in Hungary, Pastoral Succession Planning, Building a Digital Ministry, and Serving in a Global Movement

In this episode of the Lausanne Movement Podcast, Attila Nyári shares insights from his journey in faith, beginning as he transitioned from a career in the corporate industry to ministry. He talks about the lessons he learned in the business sector that helped him in ministry. Attila also shares his experience of planting a church in Hungry, his decision to transition his church over to new leaders, and his current ministry in the digital space. 

He discusses the powerful impact of targeted content in reaching seekers globally, highlighting the growth of digital ministry and its potential to reach global audiences. He also shares his thoughts on the importance of engaging globally, maintaining a presence in the local church, and encourages leaders to take advantage of the resources and friendships offered in global networks.

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Attila Nyári

In his role as chief of staff, Attila Nyári supports the global executive director / CEO and focuses on strategic planning and alignment, improving organizational health and effectiveness, and giving leadership to special innovative projects. Having graduated from Budapest Business School with a degree in international communications and public relations, he is currently pursuing an MA in global leadership at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Before serving at Lausanne, Attila worked for various communications agencies as well as the banking sector. He also served as senior pastor of Golgota Kistarcsa, a church he planted in the wider Budapest area in 2015. Though no longer the pastor of a local congregation, he continues to reach out to the people of his home country through his social media ministry as a Christian content creator. Attila’s first involvement with Lausanne was serving as the communications chair on the planning team for the 2016 Younger Leaders Gathering. He joined the staff team in 2015 and was part of Lausanne’s communications team before assuming its leadership in 2020.

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