Pastor YPJ, also known as Jonathan Miller, is not only a Grammy nominated musician, but also a senior pastor at the F.A.M. center in South Bend Indiana. He is known for his high energy sermons, and he is quickly becoming one of the nation’s most sought after speakers. He talks to Erica Campbell & GRIFF about the challenge of attracting millennials to church in a way that makes them feel at home and want to return.
He also explains that as a pastor of multiple generations at once, he has worked very hard to please and welcome both the generation of older, more traditionalist church-goers, and the newer millennial and social media generation. Plus, he talks about a music as an important instrument of connecting and worshiping in his ministry. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview from “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell.”
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