Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Jared Wilson
OCTOBER 20, 2015
When it comes to "doing church" Jared Wilson aptly points out that what you win people with is what you win them to. If people are drawn to church by slick worship experiences, programs, and free iPads, that can lead to record attendance, but at what cost?
Too often, pastors end up burned out by chasing the latest fads and, worst of all, the good news that will set people free ends up buried in moralism and marketing.
Join Jared Wilson as he talks with Key Life pastors Justin Holcomb and Kevin Labby about his book, The Prodigal Church: A Gentle Manifesto against the Status Quo. It’s not a tired rant or reactionary diatribe, but a simple, grace-based alternative to both attractional and traditional church models.
Jared Wilson is a former pastor, author of more than ten books, and Director of Content Strategy at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Get the latest from Jared at For the Church (ftc.co).