Jack Wilkie – Editor, focuspress.org
Jack Wilkie has been with Focus Press since January 2011, when he began as an intern and joined the full-time staff shortly after. He now serves as editor of the focuspress.org site, one of the editors of Think magazine, and manager of Focus Press’s social media and online content. He is also the author of two books, “Church Reset: God’s Design for So Much More,” “Failure: What Christian Parents Need to Know About American Education” and editor of the Teen Boys Devotional, “Prove Yourself a Man.”
In addition to his work with Focus Press, Jack preaches for the Forney church of Christ in North Texas, where he resides with his wife, Allison, and their four children. He graduated from the Bear Valley Bible Institute of Denver in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in Biblical studies and in 2010 he completed his bachelor’s degree in business through Amridge University.
- A dangerous trend in the church of Christ
- The challenges of growing up in the church
- 7 questions for homosexuals
- The “Sinner’s Prayer” is finally dying
- Why “Baptism Sunday” isn’t Biblical
- Church, Facebook is killing us
- 6 things Christian young people should know before leaving home
- 4 signs of a spiritually sick church
- 6 words that will kill a church
- “But is it a sin?”
To read Jack’s latest articles, click here
Jack presents a lesson series called “The Lost Generation” focused on why young people leave the church and what we can do to reverse the trend in the next generation. (This seminar can be purchased on CD or audio download.) In addition, he has a new series called “Church Reset” that examines how to build Spirit-driven, discipleship-based churches.
To schedule Jack to speak, email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Note: as a full-time minister, Jack has very limited availability for seminars.)