Life is a journey, right? Hopefully your journey is full and meaningful, with a scrapbook full of stories and photos of reflection. The journey metaphor has run through Grace Point from its inception. My family’s journey includes four years in Zambia as church planters. We thought we would spend the rest of our lives there, but God used those experiences, lessons, and the “detox” from the American church to reshape and morph our understanding as to what could be a fuller expression of His church. It was while in Africa that God called us back to America to start Grace Point.
From the beginning until now, we have sought to be a church for those who have given up on the church, but haven’t given up on God. We wanted to be a safe place for atheists to contemplate, agnostics to explore, and the “churchless” to find a new home and family. We want you to come as you are, but we don’t want you to leave as you came. Jesus wants to do a new and renewing work in all of us. No one has arrived. Journey with us as we journey closer and closer God.
Meet my family
Lori is a mission catalyst for the International Mission Board. We started our life and ministry together in 1990, and we will celebrate our 25th anniversary by climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa. Lori has been a part of all facets of Grace Point and even speaks at Grace Point occasionally. She a blogger, communicator and my wife! Click for LORI’S BLOG
Jordan is my “one and only daughter” and recently was married to Tiernan McGrath. We are proud of them and their own calling to serve the Lord where he leads. They both graduated from Liberty University, and are currently working on graduate studies.
Caleb is a West Point Cadet majoring in International Relations. He is a courageous leader with a tender heart. He will be a leader in our nation someday, so remember his name!
Josh is last-born and the one we are now getting to spend two-on-one quality time with. He loves an adventure and has more stamps in his passport than most people get in a life time. Beyond sports and academics, his focus is on making the world smile and enjoying the moment.