The Shifting Sands of Relevance: Do We Have a Voice?

Now that culture is shifting away from being primarily a Christian influenced value system, (often known as Christendom) what does it look like to live in a more pluralistic world where all forms of spirituality and faith are given voice? Where has Christendom failed our cultures and how can that look different into the future? Where is your unique voice and how does it fit in today’s vernacular of cultural norms and practices?

Jeff Kjellberg is the owner/president of three national faith-based consulting firms that work to develop financial resources, create effective missional strategies and equip leaders. Jeff served as a pastor in the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) for 15 years prior to becoming a consultant. He has an undergraduate degree from Concordia College, Moorhead, and an M/Div. from Luther Seminary in St. Paul. 

Jeff lives in St. Paul with his wife Melanie. They have 4 children and one grandchild.