Episode from the podcastEngaging Missions

How to Seek God's Kingdom, Unexpected Steps and Powerful Results

Released Wednesday, 12th October 2016
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Feel called to ministry? Listen as Bryan Entzminger shares his experience with Engaging Missions. You'll hear about getting started and contiuing, building relationships, continuous improvement, and social media.
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What we talked about00:27 – Introduction
02:01 – Seeing room for improvement
08:28 – Advice to those entering ministry
13:30 – What do you hope to do before you’re 50?
15:51 – The last place on the list
17:48 – Passing on family traditions
20:41 – If you could interview anyone, who would it be?
25:13 – Drawing Christ out of people
26:43 – Using technology in ministry
31:41 – Finding new resources
35:26 – Plans to serve servants
41:21 – How can those interested contact you? (email feedback@engagingmissions.com)
43:12 – What about having a co-host?
50:11 – What were you hoping to talk about?
Resources & Contact Infohttp://amzn.to/2dBVPrI (A Smoldering Wick) by Gena Thomas (qualifying purchases benefit Engaging Missions)
Email: feedback@engagingmissions.com
Episode CreditsEngaging Announcer: (name withheld)
Audio Editing: http://www.soundparadigmstudio.co/ (Geoff Butterworth)
Show Notes: Gabby Oechsle
If you’d have any comments or questions, you can always leave a comment in the show notes or send an email to feedback@engagingmissions.com

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