How God Reveals Himself In Churches Of Any Size, Anywhere with Dustin DeVos [Podcast]
On today’s Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, William Vanderbloemen talks with Dustin DeVos, Lead Pastor of River of Grace Bible Church in Baggs, WY.
William talks with Dustin about his response to God's call to shepherd a small church in rural Wyoming, and how God – beyond pedigrees, finances, and college diplomas – reveals Himself in communities of any size, anywhere.
Dustin DeVos serves as the Lead Pastor/Elder at River of Grace Bible Church in Baggs, WY.
Dustin and his wife Mary, came from Western North Carolina where Dustin served alongside the elder team at Woodland Hills Baptist Church. Dustin & Mary have both served as Park Rangers and Wildland Firefighters. Dustin has been a professional outdoor fishing and hunting guide since the age of thirteen and Mary has an additional background in horticulture. They both love the Lord, His creation and lively worship through all types of music! Dustin has served in ministry for over 15 years in both lay and vocational roles.
Dustin hosted and produced a successful outdoor television program for over 7 years. The show Creation Adventures aired in over 30 million homes worldwide and on more than 7 networks.
- [Church] River of Grace Bible Church
- [TV Show] Creation Adventure TV
- [Fun Fact] What is a Mule Deer?
[Coaching] Executive and Lead Pastor Coaching Networks
[eBook] Church Staff Salary Guide
“Shepherd the flock, care for the community, and preach the Word.”
“If God calls you to it, He will provide. Just trust.”
“It is a very high calling of God unto men to proclaim his word. If we let pedigrees, finances, and college diplomas and all these other things get in the way of deciding to faithfully follow God's call I think we’re in trouble.”
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