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Podcast: Why Church Planting as a Team Worked For Us

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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No church is planted alone. Healthy church planters always build teams around them to share the work of the church. Are you wondering about what kind of team and leadership structures are healthy for church planting? Join this conversation with Pastor Josh Harder on how he and a team of leaders planted a church in one of the world’s biggest cities.

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Our Guest

Josh Harder| Pastor of the Houston Vineyard
Josh Harder is the Lead Pastor of the Houston Vineyard. He and his wife, Dania, planted Vereda, a Vineyard church in Mexico City. He studied theology and psychology at Lancaster Bible College in Pennsylvania and worked as an in-home therapist for at-risk kids for several years before moving to Mexico City. Dania and Josh have been married 16 years and have 3 children, all born in Mexico City: David, Gabriela, and Amelia.

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