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Priest Pulse season 3, #1: Spread the Word!

Priest Pulse season 3, #1: Spread the Word!

Happy Halloween! Happy Reformation Anniversary! Happy 3rd anniversary of Priest Pulse! Happy season 3! We kick off our third season with two fantastic guests. First the Rev. Paul Fromberg, rector of St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Fransisco, joins us to discuss his book The Art of Transformation: Three Things Churches Do That Change Everything. Mary Parmer, Director of Invite, Welcome, Connect, joins us to discuss evangelism, the theology of church growth and development, her exploration in the Episcopal Church, and so much more. Both of these great interviews discuss ideas for increasing discipleship and evangelism in your congregation, so you won’t want to miss either of them. We invite and encourage you to give us a review on iTunes, and we hope you enjoy the start of the third season. Spread the word: we’re back!

 

http://www.theworkofthepeople.com/person/paul-fromberg

https://www.churchpublishing.org/artoftransformation

http://www.maryparmer.com/

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