CNLP 511: Rich Villodas on the new exodus in church attendance, why pastors continue to fail, and the next generation of pastors and churchgoers

Author and New Life Church pastor Rich Villodas returns to the podcast to talk about the three waves of people leaving the church, why pastors keep failing, what Gen Z and baby boomers expect from a church and why they don’t fit, the next generation of pastors, and how stress affects the body, heart and spirit.

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By now you may have seen an ad or heard of He gets usthe national advertising campaign that changes perceptions of Jesus.

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The Madness of the Crowds by Douglas Murray

Moral man, immoral society by Reinhold Niebuhr

don’t forgive too soon by Matthew Linn and Sheila Linn

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