Has discipleship become too complicated and formalized? What happened to the simple one-on-one ministry of the early Church? We welcome Bill Mowry to the program to speak about what really helps us grow and how we can disciple in ways that are relational and Spirit-led. You may not feel equipped to help others grow in Christ, but Bill encourages you with the five-kingdom principles that everyone can live out to be a part of making disciples.
A knock on the door can save a life or be that bad news you feared; God has used both tragedy and kindness to bring about his redemption story in Patrick Vandenburg's life. Patrick will share how God’s power and love broke through to him through tragedy and an unlikely friendship. Through this testimony, we can see how God uses all things to bring about His purpose and providence for His glory and our good.
Patrick S. Vandenburgh is currently serving as senior leader of The Father's House Church in Freeport, Illinois. He studied Bible Theology and Christian Education at Wheaton College and received a history degree from Columbia College. Patrick has served as a youth pastor, senior pastor, missionary, and church planter. He has traveled internationally with church plants in Brazil, Pakistan, and Kenya. He has shared his testimony with thousands in jails and prisons. His story has been highlighted on The 700 Club. Patrick has been married for 26 years and has five children and one grandson.