Do you have something to say to guests?
I’m not sure of your concept of church, but Cross Culture may be different from what you’re thinking. Sure we’re a church, but instead of religion, we’re about relationships; and instead of rituals, we practice realness.
Here, I hope, you’ll discover who we are, not just what we are. So take a look around and when you’re ready, come join us on a Sunday morning. We’ll save a seat for you.
Where were you born?
Do you have a Spouse and / or Kids?
Spouse: Cindi, the love of my life, and partner in ministry.
Kids: My Three sons, J.C., Todd, and Travis Stevens
What is your favorite food?
That really is an impossible question, but have you ever had the 'Sweet Tamale Corn Cakes' from Cheesecake Factory? Amazing!
Why did you get into ministry?
First and foremost, because God called me to do this. Connected to that calling, and the burning passion of my life, is to help people get it; to understand that a relationship with God is better than anything the world has to offer. I love that I get to do this!
What do you hope to accomplish / what is your goal for ministry?
To bring glory to God by taking people from where they are to where God wants them to be.
What is the last book you read?
Hearing God in Conversation - Samuel C. Williamson
Where did you go to school?
B.A. in Biblical Studies from Luther Rice College - Atlanta
Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary - Wake Forest
Doctor of Ministry in preaching from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary - Wake Forest
Do you have any hidden talents?
Most people don't know I juggle. And, I can do a pretty good Forest Gump.