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Spent Matches

September 26, 2018 - September 26, 2018

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Are you thinking about ways to engage people in your community who are not interested in traditional models of church? We are too! Join us for a conversation on how attractional and missional models can work together. Get practical next steps to begin to develop and multiply disciples in every segment of your city or town.  Join us for a conversation with pastor and author Roy Moran and Vineyard pastor David Hinman.


Our Panel:

Ray Moran – Senior Pastor Shoal Creek Community Church | Author

Roy Moran is one of the leading experts in how churches in the U.S. can adopt and apply Disciple Making Movements strategies. He planted Shoal Creek Community Church in NE Kansas City in 1994. The church consists of over 1,000 attendees on a weekend – but by adopting Disciple Making Movements methodologies it has become a force, with approximately 500 groups that are multiplying disciples in every segment of their city. Roy is also the author of Spent Matches: Igniting the Signal Fire for the Spiritually Dissatisfied.




David Hinman – Pastor Gilbert Vineyard

David joined the staff at Gilbert Vineyard in June of 2015. Prior to working at the Gilbert Vineyard, David was an Associate Minister at Word of Grace for eight years and then Planted LifePoint Church in SanTan Valley, AZ in 2004. David is passionate about leadership development discipleship making movements. David serves as a regional rep. for Multiply Vineyard in the Southwest and is working to see Disciple Making Movement strategies available for the Vineyard.







September 26, 2018
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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