Phil Wagler – The Missional Cycle: Working With and Being With (2021)

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Speaker: Phil Wagler

Organization: Peace and Reconciliation Network

Seminar Description:
The Missional Cycle is a practical tool and strategy empowering the ministry of peace and reconciliation. This practical tool gives a framework and pathway for local churches, small groups, and mission agencies to work with and be with the world as people on mission.

Speaker's Biography:

North American Network Coordinator of the World Evangelical Association's Peace & Reconciliation Network (in partnership with EFC) as well as lead pastor of KGF Church in Kelowna. Phil has pastoral, college and mission agency experience (previously serving with Multiply), in addition to being an author (Kingdom Culture and columns) and speaker.

Concentration: Justice (Social & Environmental)

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