Ep. 23 Building Ministry with Slow Change: “Trust the Process” ft. Mark DeVries

MEET MARK DEVRIES AT THE SENT CONFERENCE, NOV 11
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From his beginning as a part-time youth ministry consultant to now having worked with almost 800 congregations, Mark DeVries has realized one thing: slow and sustainable change leads to successful ministry. But what is ‘sustainable change’ and how can churches achieve it? Mark uses his extensive background as a youth minister and ministry consultant to give us a glimpse into creating successful ministries of ANY type, this week on The Uncovered Dish.

Find out more about Mark DeVries and Ministry Architects at:
www.ministryarchitects.com/

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