Seminary Dropout 102: Jeremy Jernigan, Author of Redeeming Pleasure

Jeremy Jernigan serves as the Executive Pastor of Creative Arts and Student Ministry at Central Christian Church in Arizona. He’s a second-generation preacher with a passion for discovering and communicating truth. Jeremy has been married to Michelle for about a decade now and they have four kids named Gavin, Madsen, Adelyn, and a little foster child he can only refer to as “A” (for legal purposes).

You can connect with Jeremy on his Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram accounts.

Redeeming Pleasure: How the Pursuit of Pleasure Mirrors Our Hunger for God

Pleasure. We hear about it, we think about it, and we look for it. Constantly. But why do so few of us ever seem to really experience it? Is it possible to satisfy our deepest cravings for lasting satisfaction? The answer is yes! But it might surprise you as to why. Author Jeremy Jernigan takes readers back to the very beginning and to the root of God’s intention for pleasure. Through personal stories, practical insights, and a depth of wisdom culled from thinkers both ancient and modern, Jernigan reimagines pleasure and unmasks its deceptive allure. -From the Publisher

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