Dave Gibbons: Are your Metrics a Little Off?

Investing in the power of one.

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Using passages from Genesis and John, Dave Gibbons suggests that our measurements for success may be off target. He offers listeners a new design for planting churches to reach the city. This design offers freedom, blessing, seeing the Father, and knowing the one. Just as Jesus knew the one Samaritan woman by the well, freeing people from church commitments and blessing them to work in the community allows them to flourish and to truly get to know the One.

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