In this Ephesiology Podcast, Andrew, Matt, and Michael share what they are looking forward to as they begin moving from the New Testament movement in Ephesus to the first and second century church. After emerging from one of the most polemical years in recent memory, our podcasters cast a hopeful tone for a future that looks back like the Reformers and moves forward to join with God on His continuing mission to make Himself known.
Resident Ephesiologist, Missions Executive
Michael is an executive in a missions organization where he leads a team focused on training and empowering local believers and church leaders in evangelism, discipleship, leadership, and catalyzing church planting movements in the most difficult to reach places on the planet. He is the author of Ephesiology: The Study of the Ephesian Movement.
Associate Pastor, Neartown Church
Andrew is a pastor, husband and father who desires all to know the one true King. He happily serves at Neartown Church in Houston, TX with a vibrant and growing community. He is the co-host of the Ephesiology Podcast.
Lead Pastor, Restoration Church
Matt is a pastor, teacher and communicator whose calling is to share Jesus with the world through visionary leadership and motivating mission in others. Matt presently serves as lead pastor of Restoration Church Lake Zurich, a church he and his wife planted in the suburbs of Chicago. He is the co-host of the Ephesiology Podcast.
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