Brian Weber's UNITED message

Brian Weber

District Executive Minister, Converge MidAtlantic

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Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.
Galatians 6:9-10
 
CHANGE.  It's a word that we know all too well.  Each one of us has had to pivot and adjust the way we did things in just about every area of our life.   One area that I have missed is gathering together throughout our region, whether in LEAD Teams or at the UNITED Conference.  There is something special about getting together as a community.  However, one thing that we have learned is that God is STILL good, and He continues to move His people towards one thing...gospel movement.  

I want to share this message with you.  This is my UNITED 2021 Address.  It is my pleasure to talk to you, whether at your desk in your church, sitting at home, or wherever you might be viewing this email.  I want to encourage you and remind you that our mission is clear!  We help people meet, know, and follow Jesus.  We do this by starting and strengthening churches together worldwide.  

Would you please take some time and celebrate with me as I share how we at Converge MidAtlantic genuinely care for each other and seek to support one another.  It is a privilege to witness this in action.  We are truly better together.  

Brian Weber, District Executive Minister, Converge MidAtlantic

Brian served as a pastor in the Converge MidAtlantic district for more than 15 years.  Originally from the Philadelphia area, he mobilized efforts to start new churches in the Greater Delaware Valley and to send missionaries around the world.  Brian is a graduate of Wheaton College and earned his Master of Divinity degree at Bethel Seminary of the East. Before his appointment as district executive minister in 2018, Brian worked for three years with Compassion International.

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