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Pat Kase

Pat Kase, Senior Project Developer at Aspen Group, has applied his 20 years direct experience in both design and construction firms, working to ensure a smooth design, build, and furnish process for Aspen’s projects in the Southeast states. Pat, his wife, and five children, live on the Port Royal Sound in South Carolina.

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Church Construction | New Facilities

3 Key Questions Every Church Must Ask Before Building

By: Pat Kase
June 21, 2018

Church building projects often grow out of a need for more space, or a desire to adapt existing space to better suit a church’s ministry goals. Leaders will often call Aspen Group with pressing questions—questions that relate to tactical aspects of adding on space, such as how much square footage to build, or how many seats to add in the sanctuary to accommodate growth.

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Leadership | Communication

When a Hurricane Is Heading Your Church’s Way

By: Pat Kase
October 12, 2017

For those of us living in the Southeast, the dire predictions of Hurricane Irma’s path up the coast this fall posed an ominous threat. Many of us, myself included, had barely recovered from last year’s hit by Hurricane Matthew. Nonetheless, we prepared for the worst and hoped for the best. Thankfully, we dodged a bullet with Irma. Houston, sadly, was not as fortunate with Hurricane Harvey. Ongoing efforts to clean up after the ravages of that massive storm continue. Watching these events unfold this hurricane season, I’ve wondered what the best counsel is for churches in the aftermath of a hurricane.

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Making Space for Millennials Executive Summary

Making Space for Millennials Executive Summary

Discover the impact Millennials' values, allegiances, and assumptions will have on your church.