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Event Date: May 24th, 2012
Venue: Bottega
Event Time: 6:00 pm

A couple of months ago we hosted “A conversation with Paul Young” (AKA William P. Young) at Bottega Farm Inn which had an emphasis on how his book, The Shack, had such a massive impact on so many people around the world. Paul calls this accidental success “one of God’s biggest

Paul Young the Shack Interview

jokes” and talked about the journey about how 4 years ago he went from cleaning toilets to having a NY Times best-selling book spread all around the world in 41 languages. All this on a $200 marketing budget.

We were able to record the evening so here is the 7 part video series as well as a link to download the audio. We’d love to hear your thoughts on this so feel free to comment below.



One Response to Paul Young Interview videos

  1. carrie harper

    so many gems, I’m watching this over and over. “95% of evangelism is because we don’t trust the Holy Spirit. God’s not doing a good job….. so He needs my help”.
    “you cant go to something you already are”
    funny and horribly sad at the same time! This was life changing for me to attend.

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