On this episode of the Ephesiology Podcast, we catch up with Heath Haynes, movement director of the Bridge: HTX. Heath shares about the life of the church after the pandemic and how the Lord used the pandemic to bring clarity to their work in Houston. A part of the clarity has been the implementation of APEST and recognition of people’s gifting to be implicated in Kingdom mission.
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