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Man in the Pew serves Christian men who seek to follow Christ in all of life – at work, at home, at church and at play. We do this through weekly podcast shows, articles and other resources.
History
Man in the Pew started with a simple thought while Phil prayed on the beaches of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Where do Christian men turn to find encouragement and inspiration during the week as they face battles at work, at home, and at play? What if there was a show bringing the voices of experts and everyday men into healthy conversations about the real issues all Christian men face?
That vision started developing in January 2015 and has slowly formed into what you see now.
My prayer in launching this show is that many men will find encouragement, inspiration and tips for becoming more like Christ in the parts of life that aren’t usually discussed at church. Pastors may listen to find insights into how to care better for the men in their flock, but this show isn’t primarily for pastors. This show is for “everyday” men led by everyday men who have something important to share with fellow believers. Some of these men are book authors and others will be relatively unknown outside their local sphere of influence. All of them have important things to say.
Who is Phil Mershon?
Phil Mershon is the founder of Man in the Pew, a ministry of Called to Worship. During the week he serves as director of events for Social Media Examiner, where he has served for nearly seven years in part-time and full-time roles. Phil is also a longtime worship leader, a former pastor, a jazz saxophonist, a songwriter, and a sports nut (basketball, football, and tennis). He has been married to Audrey for twenty-one years and they have three children in high school and college.

The Man in the Pew Show with Phil Mershon Phil Mershon

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7, 13 Ratings

Man in the Pew serves Christian men who seek to follow Christ in all of life – at work, at home, at church and at play. We do this through weekly podcast shows, articles and other resources.
History
Man in the Pew started with a simple thought while Phil prayed on the beaches of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Where do Christian men turn to find encouragement and inspiration during the week as they face battles at work, at home, and at play? What if there was a show bringing the voices of experts and everyday men into healthy conversations about the real issues all Christian men face?
That vision started developing in January 2015 and has slowly formed into what you see now.
My prayer in launching this show is that many men will find encouragement, inspiration and tips for becoming more like Christ in the parts of life that aren’t usually discussed at church. Pastors may listen to find insights into how to care better for the men in their flock, but this show isn’t primarily for pastors. This show is for “everyday” men led by everyday men who have something important to share with fellow believers. Some of these men are book authors and others will be relatively unknown outside their local sphere of influence. All of them have important things to say.
Who is Phil Mershon?
Phil Mershon is the founder of Man in the Pew, a ministry of Called to Worship. During the week he serves as director of events for Social Media Examiner, where he has served for nearly seven years in part-time and full-time roles. Phil is also a longtime worship leader, a former pastor, a jazz saxophonist, a songwriter, and a sports nut (basketball, football, and tennis). He has been married to Audrey for twenty-one years and they have three children in high school and college.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

angusnelson.com ,

Depth and Character

Just listened to the show with Scott Beebe and receive some great insights to business and family... Thanks for the reminder that we write the vision down. My biggest takeaways: action and revelation. Well done and inspiring!

Angela Brown Oberer ,

Fascinating

Great interviews with deep insights. I totally got caught up in this show. Phil is a great host and his guests are divine. High Five for creating this masterpiece. 😁😁😁

Don Hutcheson ,

Responding to God's Wake-up Calls....

I just enjoyed Phil's recent interview with George Thomas: "Responding to God's Wake-up Calls." This show is for "everyday" men who have something important to share with other "everyday" men whose lives are inspired and enriched by their Christian faith. Well done in every way and much needed, Phil!

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