How do you invite someone to Come Back and Feast at the Table of the Lord?

Howard W. Hunter Chapter 12 is all about inviting those who are less active back to Church. Invite them to Come Back and Feast at the Table of the Lord. How do we do this in a way that is honest and genuine? No one wants to feel like a project.
Jamesthemormon is my guest this week and we have a very real discussion about what it truly means to leave the ninety and nine and seek out the one. James Curran made great efforts to make Gospel conversations more comfortable by creating content that is more inclusive. James recently released a #1 iTunes Rap and Hip Hop album called, “I’m Not a Rapper.” I shared some of my thoughts on the album when it came out.
James just released a single all about inclusion and showing love towards others. Some mistook his meaning and so we take some time after the episode to discuss his intentions and his inspiration for the song.

If you want to see the other ways that Jamesthemormon is helping you to share the Gospel, follow him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and of course subscribe on YouTube! He is constantly posting images, music, and videos meant to both uplift and inspire.
Opening Hymn: Found a Friend
Closing Hymn: Treasure

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