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Launching Movements and Learning from Failure: Interview With Hermie Smit

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Hermie Smit is a Department Director with CityTeam,  overseeing the expansion of services in low-income Bay Area neighborhoods through mobile pantries and partnerships with local organizations and churches. 

In this interview, Hermie shares insights and strategies on how to fulfill the great commission and bring transformation to our neighborhoods, communities, and cities through disciple making movements*.

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*This conversation was recorded pre-COVID 19. 

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