The MxU Podcast
June 03, 2024

#167 – Is the Grass Greener on the Other Side?

This is episode 167 of the MxU Podcast! Jeff and Spencer are joined by a familiar face, Dillan Howell of WKND Ready & EVNT Ready. They give the lowdown on what’s been happening in Dillan’s life, including a tense interaction at a baseball game. Here’s the question for this week’s podcast: “Is the grass greener on the other side?” – the guys & Dillan give their take on whether or not the church down the road is a better option.

Service Review (04:30 – 14:41)

Dillan might not have much to offer when it comes to audio feedback but he along with Jeff and Spencer give their thoughts on a service from Christ Chapel Bible Church. They evaluate the mix, the energy, and provide insight on the importance of an engaging opening. Submit your services to ‘[email protected]’ or in our #peer-reviews channel on our slack community.

Upcoming Content (14:42 – 17:07)
Dillan might not know much about Waves LV1 but we’re in luck because Jeff does. Tomorrow, we’re releasing a course all about setting up and configuring Waves LV1 in your church. Stay tuned for the course release in your inbox as well as on our social platforms. We can’t wait to see how this course helps you and your church.

Where Is The Grass Greener? (17:08 – 42:59)

“Should I leave my church?” “Am I being treated fairly?” “Where can I go that I will have more opportunities?” These might be some of the questions you’re asking yourself as you decide whether or not your church is right for you. Dillan, Jeff, and Spencer share their insight on whether or not the grass is typically greener on the other side.

MxU Pop-Ups (43:00 – 52:59)

We’ve been having a ton of fun at our live events for this year which we’re calling “MxU Pop-Ups” and we would love for you to join us. Dillan shares some of his thoughts on this year’s events and explains a little bit about his role within them. Our next Pop-Up is in Columbus, OH on June 11th. We can’t wait to see you there!


Dillan Howell

MxU Pop-Ups

Send your service review submissions to ‘[email protected]