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About Episode 175

Bobby and Meghan are chatting with Pastor Todd Pendergrass about the spiritual discipline of generosity and giving. Why and how do we practice generosity and giving? Is it only financial? Take a listen for an honest conversation about being generous with our lives because of the grace of Jesus Christ.

About Todd Pendergrass

Todd joined the Kingsland Team in August 2017. Prior to joining Kingsland Todd served churches in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. Most recently Todd served as the Vice President of Development and Communication for the Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes (TBCH). TBCH is a statewide ministry caring for children in residential and foster care. Todd also grew up in a pastor’s home that afforded him the joy of being involved with a church family, a community of friends, focused on a risen Savior.

Todd received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Alabama and his Masters in Religion and Education from Mid America Theological Seminary. Todd is married to Lorie. They have a blended family and are blessed to have six children between them. Todd, Lorie and the kiddos enjoy, shopping, new restaurants, and simply being together.

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