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Pete Wilson

Pete Wilson

Pete Wilson is the founding pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN and author of a new book entitled Plan B, his thoughts about what to do when life doesn’t turn out the way you thought it would. He is a frequent blogger on his popular ministry blog, Pete is married and has three sons.
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Pete Wilson's Articles:

  • What I’m Learning About Fatherhood and Life

    Another Father’s Day is quickly approaching. That day and what it represents has certainly changed for me over the years. Sure it’s still a day to honor my own father and the way he’s shaped my life, but as a father of 3 boys it’s also a time to evaluate. I’ve faced a lot of […]

  • When You Feel Helpless

    The other day I stood in line at my local coffee house. I was in a curious mood and just watched the four or five people in front of me as we stood in this unusually slow line. Their body language and facial expressions said it all. There were hands on the hips expressing disgust at the current inconvenience, some […]

  • The Incessant Whisper

    I think most of us begin our Christian journey with this simple truth. I’m broken. I need Jesus. The end. However as we launch out on this new journey it doesn’t take long before we begin to hear this growing and incessant whisper that says, “Try harder, do more.” Sing more.Memorize more.Journal more.Preach more.Pray more.Evangelize […]

  • Don’t Let Hurt Park In Your Life

    I’ve noticed lately that so much of my relational energy seems to go toward relationships that have gone wrong.  People that have offended me or betrayed me or that I’ve offended or possibly betrayed. Sometimes the hurt happens to me and if I’m honest sometimes I cause the hurt. You know when you’ve been hurt […]

  • Ruthless Trust

    Some of you thought when you became a Christian that you would gain all the answers to life’s difficulties. Here is a reality check and hopefully a pressure release for some of you: Just because we are Christians doesn’t mean we know how to respond to everything that comes our way. We don’t have all […]

  • You’ll Reap What You Sow

    Most of you know I’m a gardening nut. I love planting stuff and after this long winter, spring can’t get here soon enough. I’m excited because right now I’m getting ready to start some indoor seeds for my garden. Generally, the last frost date here in Middle Tennessee is around mid-April. Planting some seeds indoors […]

  • In Defense of the Relationally Challenged Male

    I don’t think any of us would argue that there are monumental differences between men and women. Anyone who’s been married longer than seven minutes can probably make a laundry list of differences. I read an interesting article HERE which talked about some of the neurological differences between men and women. The article states… The male brain […]

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