Shawn Wood

Shawn Wood

Shawn Wood is the experiences Pastor at Seacoast Church in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. and the author of 200 Pomegranates and an Audience of One and Wasabi Gospel.

As experience pastor he helps create spirit-filled, yet not creepy but kind of mystical connections with God on 13 campuses and the web.

As an author when he has lots to say – he writes books but he also opines often in <140 characters at www.twitter.com/shawnwood and occasionally writes in >140 here on www.shawnwoodwrites.com.

You can find out more about Shawn by friending him on Facebook or following him on twitter.

If you would like to contact Shawn Wood about speaking at a conference or at your church please visit www.outreachevents.com or email him directly at shawn@shawnwoodwrites.com

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Resources

Wasabi Gospel

Wasabi Gospel

Articles

The Cool Kids of Mission

By Shawn Wood
Sometimes I feel like “missional” is the new cool kids club. Maybe I was the only lead pastor in the world who was not “in” the cool kids club in school… read more

Pressure to Make Out with God

By Shawn Wood
A friend of mine tweeted something the other day that caught my attention. “Anyone else concerned that congregations in modern worship have become observers instead of… read more

Get Rid of the Red Tape

By Shawn Wood
I have a theory.  It’s not a proven theory, but it is one that I really believe in. I think that crowd dynamics have a lot to do with how people feel when… read more

Don't Just Talk about Jesus Again This Christmas

By Shawn Wood
I know that titles that grab your attention usually resolve with being more catch than truth, but I am spitting truth here.  Please don’t talk any more about Jesus… read more

The Need to Belong

By Shawn Wood
The feeling that we don’t belong can be very frustrating. For a new person to a church it can be especially discouraging. As a new church planter, this makes me determined… read more

Ten Commandments of Worship Experiences

By Shawn Wood
As Experiences Pastor at Seacoast Church, it is my job to help create “spirit-filled, yet not creepy, but kind of mystical connections with God” in our weekend… read more