Lord of the Harvest: How to be Faithful in Ministry

Episode 185 - Brett Butler

In the Bay area of San Francisco, nearly 93 percent of the population have no relationship with Christ. Such statistics might seem extremely disheartening or overwhelming. But our guest, Brett Butler shares on how God has given him a call to reach this group.

In the next five years, he's asking God to start 500 new churches – one for each zip code in the area.

During the show, Brett discusses the importance of abiding or resting in Jesus and how that plays out in his ministry. He also talks about his salvation story and how God gradually brought him to a relationship with Him. This episode is full of conviction, hope, and strength as we hear about God’s movement in the world. Reaching 93% might sound impossible, but God has an amazing way of doing more than we could ever imagine.

What we talked about

  • [03:57] – The process of discipleship
  • [05:39] – How does your testimony form your ministry?
  • [07:20] – Meaningful verse
  • [10:26] – A pivotal point of revelation
  • [11:50] – What has God been teaching you?

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Brett Butler

Brett Butler

Church Planter, Sanctuary Bay

lord of the harvest

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