Multiply Network Episode #25 - Balance, Boundaries and Discipleship

In this episode, we talk with Mike Miller a church planter and co-lead pastor of Nova Church in Halifax. Mike, along with his wife Nance, lead this thriving church plant and just celebrated their church's two-year anniversary. Listen in to hear what Mike has learned through two years of planting and two decades of leadership. To listen or download, click on one of the links below and select Episode 25.

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