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Wesley Zinn serves on the pastoral staff of Wellspring Church in Berlin, Connecticut. Wes and his wife Pam have been part of Wellspring since 1988, and in 1999 he left the corporate world and joined the staff. Wes’ vision is to equip and release the individual and the church to take hold of the fullness of life and destiny that God intends. Much of his focus is missional, both activating his own congregation, as well as connecting with ministries around the world. Raised in a missionary family and mindset, he sees a primary role of the church as equipping people to take the Kingdom to the world.

United Prayer Rising: Jakarta 2019

United Prayer Rising: Jakarta 2019

We are quick to lament the declining numbers of young adults who are active in our churches or even give the church and Christ a second thought. We describe them as apathetic, filling their lives with a busyness that doesn’t satisfy.  A truer assessment is that this description applies to every generation and locale down […]

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