"Jesus didn't die for my sweater or my album, but because we label these things 'Christian' somehow we elevate that thing. We think, 'This Christian key chain is better than a secular key chain because, well, it's Christian.' We've created a culture where we've separated ourselves, unintentionally, but now there's an audience that says, 'Well, if that's Christian, I don't want anything to do with it.'"
Brian Kaufman is the Founder & Creative Director at Tipping Media as well as Triangle. Brian's experiences, perspective, and creative ingenuity have put him at the forefront of Church Marketing and Church Solutions. In this interview Brian talks about Church Marketing, Christian labeling, the Church's need to collaborate, his encouragement to pastors and much more. You won't want to miss Brian's transparent and insightful perspective.
"The truth is there's no money in the lost [unbeliever]...The money is in grandma who has nothing left to do with her money but to give it or the single mom that you can manipulate with holy water."
Landon Schott is the founder of REVtv.com a 24/7 online youth & young adult network dedicated to Christ centered media. Landon is also an author and sought after speaker. In this interview Landon discusses how fake doesn't work in Christian media, the power of social media when done right, making Jesus famous, consistency, sharing your testimony, operating on a shoestring media budget, and much more.
We have interviewed pastors and leaders from all over the United States asking them pointed questions about the current status of the Church, effective methodologies for evangelism, outreach, spiritual growth, apologetics, and how the body of Christ can become more unified. In short, we are challenging the status quo. We believe that the world desperately needs the unconditional love of Jesus Christ, but the world will be hard-pressed to give Christianity even a chance if His Church isn't loving, isn't unified, and isn't living proof that God so loved the world that He gave His only Son. Our faith compels us to think deeper about how we can make a difference in the Future of the Church.