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Make Disciples as a Team


Aa follow up from his last video, Jason talks about Matthew 28:19-20. In the Greek text, "go" is passive. However, make disciples is not. It is non-negotiable. We are called to make disciples. Not only that, but we are called to go and make disciples as a team. What does that look like? Jason shares ways you can do that today.

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Jason Morris
Jason Morris

Jason Morris serves Westside as our Global Innovation Pastor, overseeing the church online, global church planting, and bringing new ideas and creativity to expand God's Kingdom for Westside. Jason is experienced as a missionary to Paraguay, South America for almost 9 years where he helped churches grow healthy with new ideas. He received his B.A. in Missions and M.A. in Biblical Exposition from Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida. He and his wife Maria have been married since 1993 and have 2 amazing kids: Isaac and Brianna. Jason loves new tech gadgets, sci-fi, yerba mate, and speaking spanish. Jason's passion is to help the church of Jesus reach the globe and loves using new ideas and technology to help make that happen.

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