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Todd Hunter: How the Church Moves From Cynicism to Hope

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As pastors and ministry leaders, how can we move through the rubble of bad religion, both for ourselves and for a watching world? How can we address the doubts, uncertainties, and even cynicism that revolve around the church today? In this week’s conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Bishop Todd Hunter. Todd leads Churches for the Sake of Others, a diocese of the Anglican Church in North America. He has served the church faithfully for decades and has written a number of books, including his latest, “What Jesus Intended.” Together, Todd and Jason explore some of the frustrations we might have about the effectiveness of our ministries. Todd also shares some shifts that we can make to help our churches become places of hope and healing, just as Jesus intended.

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Jason serves as the Chief Strategy Officer at PastorServe, a ministry committed to strengthening the Church by serving pastors through personal coaching and church consulting. He also hosts FrontStage BackStage, a podcast and YouTube show, that helps pastors embrace healthy, well-balanced leadership as they develop a sustainable rhythm for life and ministry. Prior to joining the PastorServe team, Jason served as Vice President of Ministry Mobilization at Outreach, Inc., and as the Executive Director of the National Back to Church Sunday movement. Additionally, Jason served for nearly two decades in pastoral leadership, primarily as a lead pastor, in several contexts, including church plant re-launch, multisite church, multiethnic urban church, and an established suburban church. His experience as a lead pastor has provided numerous opportunities to coach and mentor pastors across the country. Jason and his beautiful wife, Monica, are the proud parents of six children and live on Anastasia Island, Florida. @jasondaye