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All right, let’s get started. I’m excited to have Anthony Ferriell on the line today. He attended Asbury Theological Seminary, but now God has him involved in discipleship through Field USA.
While we talked, we discussed:
- How God gave Anthony the gift of patience
- What Anthony has discovered about doing things of lasting value
- Finding the time and resources to do what needs to be done
- How he’s been freed up to invest in new harvest fields while staying connected to current faith communities
Life in Ministry
Anthony has been involved in full-time ministry since 1994. He was a full-time pastor for 17 years. Then, in 2011, he was connected with FieldUSA with a focus on building communities of disciples.
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