VIDEO: The Engine Of The Local Church

The Engine Of The Local Church Sal Sberna, Lead Pastor of The MET Church in Houston Texas, and Matt Roberson, Campus Pastor at the Jones Road Campus of The Met, discuss how they made the transition from a traditional, Sunday School model church, to a church that disciples people in relational environments. Sal and Matt […]

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VIDEO: The Engine Of The Local Church

The Engine Of The Local Church

Sal Sberna, Lead Pastor of The MET Church in Houston Texas, and Matt Roberson, Campus Pastor at the Jones Road Campus of The Met, discuss how they made the transition from a traditional, Sunday School model church, to a church that disciples people in relational environments. Sal and Matt walk through the process they used to lead change in their congregations, how they altered the target and trajectory of the course they were on, and were able to bring the leadership into alignment and unity towards a common purpose.

 

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Sal Sberna, Lead Pastor of The MET Church in Houston Texas, and Matt Roberson, Campus Pastor at the Jones Road Campus of The Met, discuss how they made the transition from a traditional, Sunday School model church, to a church that disciples people in relational environments. Sal and Matt walk through the process they used to lead change in their congregations, how they altered the target and trajectory of the course they were on, and were able to bring the leadership into alignment and unity towards a common purpose.

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Sal Sberna, Lead Pastor of The MET Church in Houston Texas, and Matt Roberson, Campus Pastor at the Jones Road Campus of The Met, discuss how they made the transition from a traditional, Sunday School model church, to a church that disciples people in relational environments. Sal and Matt walk through the process they used to lead change in their congregations, how they altered the target and trajectory of the course they were on, and were able to bring the leadership into alignment and unity towards a common purpose.

The Engine Of The Local Church

Sal Sberna, Lead Pastor of The MET Church in Houston Texas, and Matt Roberson, Campus Pastor at the Jones Road Campus of The Met, discuss how they made the transition from a traditional, Sunday School model church, to a church that disciples people in relational environments. Sal and Matt walk through the process they used to lead change in their congregations, how they altered the target and trajectory of the course they were on, and were able to bring the leadership into alignment and unity towards a common purpose.