Interview with Vance Pitman on the topic of his new book, Unburdened: Stop Living for Jesus So Jesus Can Live through You

February 21, 2020
Episode #617
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Vance Pitman is one of our favorite leaders. We are excited to share our recent interview with Vance as he shares his journey and the story behind his powerful new book, “Unburdened: Stop Living for Jesus So Jesus Can Live through You.”

Bio:

Vance Pitman is the pastor of Hope Church in Las Vegas, Nevada, a church he planted in 2001. He speaks across America and around the world to inspire people to join in God’s eternal, redemptive mission of making disciples and multiplying the church among every tribe, tongue, people, and nation. He lives outside Las Vegas, Nevada, with his family.

Highlights:

  • How did an Alabama boy end up in Las Vegas?
  • Every book has a story behind it. What is your story about Unburdened?
  • Why do so many Christians work so hard and get so tired trying to live for Jesus?
  • You emphasize relationships as being key to following Jesus. Expand on that.
  • What are some other key points that a reader will take away from Unburdened?

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