Have you ever counted how many homes are in your community? Well, Ross Ramsey has, and he plans on knocking on every single door to let his town know about Jesus. Over the last year, he has worked with his church to train believers in making disciples. As his church has participated in ministry, there has been great spiritual growth.

For Ross, this isn’t about getting new church members. This is about building the Kingdom. His greatest vision is to join in whatever God is doing and to trust Him through it. God has already been moving, and it will be exciting to see what else He has up His sleeve.

What We Talked About

  • 00:24 – Episode summary
  • 02:31 – Introduction
  • 03:02 – How did you come to Christ?
  • 05:48 – On the other side of the door
  • 07:38 – The impact of God’s work through ministry
  • 09:32 – Sending out laborers into the harvest
  • 13:01 – Talking Kingdom, not church

This is about growing your people spiritually. Bottom line. - Ross Ramsey Click To Tweet

  • 16:44 – How did your ministry get started?
  • 27:57 – Taking the first step

What we’re shooting for is the people that God’s already placed around you. - Ross Ramsey Click To Tweet

  • 31:28 – What happens after a person accepts Jesus?
  • 36:49 – Believing God for a greater harvest
  • 39:54 – A vision for the future
The only vision that we have...is we want to find out where God’s at work and join it. - Ross Ramsey Click To Tweet
  • 41:36 – How can we best pray for you?
  • 43:53 – Closing statements

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