It might seem strange to compare church to processed cheese, but that’s how former pastor Phil Bryan sees it—a lousy imitation of something good. But he didn’t always see it that way. He once dreamed of becoming the superstar pastor of a mega church. Yet somewhere along the way he realized that church had become little more than a product, and he was merely its salesman. With irreverent wit and biting insight, Bryan’s memoir walks readers through his own misadventures in Christian culture while pulling back the curtain on the business of American Christianity.