Learning to Lead Episode #12: Kent Chevalier

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Episode #12: Kent Chevalier


Kent provides leadership and pastoral care to the Northway Christian Community Wexford Campus.  He is also a member of our Teaching Team and our Executive Leadership Team. He joined North Way’s staff in 2007. He worked in youth ministry for ten years in both Pittsburgh and Detroit. Kent and his wife a live in the North Hills with their three daughters. Kent is a follower of Jesus Christ, a husband, a dad and a pastor. He is extremely passionate about making Jesus’ last command the Church’s greatest concern. He longs to obey Jesus by making disciples that make disciples that make disciples.

You can connect with Kent here:
Blog: http://kentchevalier.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentchevalier
Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/kentchevalier
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kent.chevalier

In this month’s podcast, I sat down with the Pastor of Northway Christian Community’s Wexford Campus, Kent Chevalier. We talked about leadership and discipleship. If you’re a follower of Christ, a Christian leader, or a pastor, this one is for you!



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