Q&A with megachurch pastor Todd Wagner on serving God, getting involved in politics

By The Christian Post

Todd Wagner (right), senior pastor at Watermark Community Church, talks during a podcast in July 2017. | (Photo: realtruthrealquick.com/screengrab)

Do you think Christians should be involved in politics? Have you ever wondered if the Church still has the ability to impact culture?

My Faith Votes recently discussed these questions with Pastor Todd Wagner, senior pastor of Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas. Watermark is unique in that they not only require every member of their congregation to serve as a requirement for membership, but Pastor Wagner also encourages members to be educated, active voters. 

As the author of the book Come and See: Everything You Ever Wanted in the One Place You Would Never Look, Wagner makes the case that “weekly meetings of mostly bored adults who regularly attend services have nothing to do with God’s vision for His people.” Instead, it is God’s intention “to bring His people into an adventurous life full of authentic relationships, powerful transformation, and seemingly impossible significance and meaning.”

Source:The Christian Post