Topics: Author, Evangelism and Discipleship, Leadership
Doug Pagitt is a gifted author and professional christian speaker with a passion to find creative, entrepreneurial and cross-generational ways to join in the hopes, dreams and desires God has for the world.
He founded and pastors a holistic missional Christian community called Solomon's Porch.
He holds a B.S. in anthropology from Bethel University and a M.A. in theology from Bethel Theological Seminary. Doug has authored a number of books: A Christianity Worth Believing, Church Re-Imagined, Preaching Re-Imagined and BodyPrayer.
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