Episode 32: Bruce Guckelberg on dealing with and Overcoming Family Dysfunction

In Today’s episode, Saul and Joe talk with Bruce Guckelburg. Bruce has been a pastor for over 30 years.  He has traveled and led many short-term mission teams to the Dominican Republic at taught at different leadership conferences.  He currently serves as an interim pastor and as the director of theological education in Latin America for an organization called Meeting God in Baseball.  His ministry involves identifying and training leaders to plant healthy churches.  He also provides theological training to pastors and their key leaders to help bring renewal and revitalization to their churches.

Bruce is also an author.  He writes books and study guides for his teaching ministry.  His latest book is titled Get Out of Jail Free: Breaking Out of Legalism.  This book has proven to be very meaningful for people who have been exposed to legalistic teaching and helps them find liberty in their experience as a Christian. You can learn more about Bruce at: http://www.brucegministries.com

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