Matt Carter

 

Matt Carter

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This week we welcome special guest Matt Carter of the Bad Christian Podcast. There have been a number of podcast episodes where Matt, Toby, and Joey discuss the overwhelming shortcomings of the modern church.  While we agree with many of the opinions expressed from Matt, we wanted to hear more from his opinions about what could make it better and really try to understand the future potential for the "Mega Church".

Matt also hosts the Break it Down Podcast and acts as Director and oversees Business development across Bad Christian's multiple divisions.

Break it Down Podcast: http://www.breakitdownpodcast.net/
Matt & Toby Music: https://www.mattandtobyband.com/
Bad Christian Media: http://badchristianmedia.com/
 

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