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"Running All Out" - Missions Sunday with Dr. Barry Rempel

Dr. Barry Rempel

Season 3, episode 9
30 min / Published

For Missions Weekend at Waterbrook, guest speaker Dr. Barry Rempel challenges us with the biblical concept "Running All Out". He asks "What is God doing?" and "How do we fit into that work?". Originally preached at Waterbrook Bible Fellowship on Sunday, February 27, 2022. 

  • Waterbrook
  • Waterbrook Bible Fellowship
  • Wylie
  • Texas
  • Barry Rempel
  • Dr Barry Rempel
  • Missions
  • missions Sunday
  • missions weekend
  • running the race
  • running all out
  • run the race before you
Show notes

Dr. Barry Rempel (and wife, Ruth) serve with SEND International in the International Office. As Director of Global Collaboration, Barry works together with people and organizations around the world to plant churches among unreached people groups.  Since 1987, the Rempels have served in church planting, training, and leadership in Spain, Alaska and Mexico. Now based in South Carolina, ministry efforts take them around the world as their hearts beat for God to transform lives and see churches established.  

Read more about the Rempels and the work of SEND International here: https://send.org/give/missionaries/rempel  

Learn more about Waterbrook Bible Fellowship of Wylie, Texas at their website - https://www.waterbrook.org/ 

View sermon video archive from Waterbrook at this link - https://waterbrook.churchcenter.com/channels/7395 


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