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Best Practices For Outreach in Small Town USA

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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What does the great commission look like in the context of your town? How are you reaching your neighbor? How are you involved with local organizations doing kingdom work in your town? Watch this conversation with Vineyard Pastors Michael Houle and Dick Ray as they discuss best practices for outreach in your community.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create a culture of outreach
  • What everybody get’s to play means in a small town
  •  Ideas for engaging with your community

“When need meets with passion things begin to grow.” —Michael Houle

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“I wouldn’t say we have anyone in our church who is our evangelist, we are an evangelistic church.” —Dick Ray

Timeline:

3:16 Vision for Outreach
11:20 What Does Outreach look like in Small Towns
16:47 Finding Ways to Reach Your Community
29:49 How to Explain Outreach to New People
37:42 How To Build Key Relationship in Your Town

“We celebrate the wins and the loses, so that we are celebrating obedience to Jesus.” —Michael Houle

Resource

Launching Leaders PDF free when you Sign up for the Multiply Vineyard Newsletter

Panelists Include:


Dick Ray, Pastor of the Vineyard Church of Mechanic Falls

 

 

Michael Houle, Pastor of the Valley Vineyard Church

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