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Nettle Selected President of Stadia

by | 31 August, 2011 | 0 comments

On Aug. 29, Provision Ministry Group announced the selection of Greg Nettle as the new president of Stadia, Provision”s church planting organization.

“Greg is an international church planter as well as the vision caster and senior pastor of a church planting megachurch in northern Ohio,” wrote Provision CEO Larry Winger. “Instead of plucking Greg out of that context to lead Stadia, we are leaving him right where he is to keep on practicing and perfecting.”

Nettle is senior pastor with RiverTree Christian Church (Massillon, OH) and also one of the creators of Kingdom Synergy Partners, a church planting group formed to “make it hard to go to hell in Ohio.”

“We have an incredible team in place that knows church planting on just about every level,” Winger writes. “Greg brings leadership to this team that will cast vision that is compelling, engaging, and strong.”


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