Unscripted with Pete Wilson

For over a decade, Pete Wilson has been my “internet Pastor.” From my connection to Cross Point Church in Nashville as an almost employee, to his books and the Sunday online services, Pete has seen me through many seasons. So what happens when your internet Pastor steps down? Where is he now? What is he doing and what wisdom can he provide in the midst of this season? In this episode, we answer all of those questions and many more. I am forever thankful to Pete, Cross Point, the staff and all those that have spoken into my life the last 10 years. I appreciate him joining Unscripted today and his leadership in my life.


“I will abandon my dreams but I won’t abandon my God.” (Pete Wilson – Plan B Book)

“When life doesn’t turn out the way you thought it was going to turn out, you may think you’re losing control. But the truth is you never had control in the first place. The only thing you do control is how you respond to your disappointments and your unexpected obstacles.”

“You can’t be grateful for something you feel entitled to.”

“The higher your sense of entitlement, the lower your sense of gratitude.”

“For anybody to have hope, they have to believe that their best days are ahead.”

“Dreams make lousy Gods.”

“Chase after God first. Chase after the Dreams second.”

“Success breeds the illusion of control.”


Good Talk Podcast with Pete and Jordyn Wilson – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/good-talk/id1538499571

Dream Year – https://www.theplaceforgood.com/

Cross Point Church – https://crosspoint.tv/

Plan B Book – https://amzn.to/3of9g2M

Empty Promises Book – https://amzn.to/3lAeRik

Let Hope In – https://amzn.to/37xqDoT

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