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How to Be an Ambassador of Reconciliation in the World

Episode 164 - Wayne Berry

Bringing much wisdom, experience, and thought into this week’s episode, Wayne Berry joins us to talk about where God is leading him in ministry. Over the last 30 or more years, he has served as a worship leader and pastor in the Body of Christ. Also, he has traveled to different nations in Africa over 20 times, acting as a “worship evangelist” there.

In this next season of life, God has called Wayne into a year’s worth of travel across Africa. He shares about his process of funding and how God will provide for this. Throughout the episode, he points out the importance of our role as believers and ambassadors for Christ. No matter where you live or what nationality you belong to, as a follower of Christ, your citizenship is found in the Kingdom of God.

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What we talked about

Blessed are those whose strength is in You, in whose heart you have placed the highways of Zion. They go from strength to strength, moving along that corridor till each of us appears before God in Zion.” – Psalm 84:5-7

Wayne Berry

Wayne Berry

Worship Pastor, Missionary

Church Website: springhousesmyrna.com
Church Phone: 615-459-3421

Resources & Contact Info

David Bartholomew on building stuff on a mission trip

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