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Embracing God’s Work In Our Lives And Our Relationships

Kurt Attaway

Kurt Attaway

Pastor, Pearland Vineyard
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It’s been said that all ministry comes out of relationship. First between us and God and then between us and those around us. It is these relationships that help to form and shape us into who God has called us to be. The churches that we plant are also an extension of our personal relational health. Our host Michael Gatlin and licensed family counselor and lead pastor Kurt Attaway explore this helpful topic on today’s episode. 
 
Producer’s note: This interview was recorded before the COIVD-19 quarantine. 

Our Guest

Kurt Attaway

Kurt Attaway has a BA in Psychology and an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy.  He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Texas having provided clinical services since 2009.  He has been on staff at the Vineyard Church Pearland since 2007, and recently transitioned to the position of Lead Pastor.  He has a passion for healthy systems, life-giving relationships, the transformative journey and leadership formation.  Kurt and his wife Lauren live in Pearland, TX with their 3 young children.

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