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How Extraordinary Betrayal Led To A New Church Plant with Greg Willson | GOF49

How Extraordinary Betrayal Led To A New Church Plant with Greg Willson | GOF49

Greg Willson has a vision, to reach the city of Manchester with the Good News of Jesus Christ. That’s great! But the real impressive story lies behind the journey he has had to endure to reach Manchester. Just a short while ago, Greg Willson was facing federal charges for mortgage fraud. Through a two-year ordeal, he discovered first hand the awful feelings of betrayal, loneliness, and fear. Despite it all, Greg has risen to a calling to reach a city with a message of hope through faith in Jesus Christ.


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This Episode’s Topic: Greg Willson, Church- Planter

Greg Willson and his wife Christina are endeavoring to plant a gospel-centered church in the heart of Manchester, England. That’s a tall order for any person. But what makes this story so unique is how personal tragedy fueled his faith to undertake such a massive challenge.

To learn more about Greg and to offer support, please visit his website.

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About The Author

Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.


  1. Danny

    Jonathan, can you put episode 49 on this webpage? Ep. 47 is currently playing.

    • Dr. Jonathan G. Smith

      Hey Danny, thanks for the alert. It’s been fixed!


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