- About Us
These past two years have been quite a rough ride and many of us feel isolated and alone. Perhaps more isolated and alone than before the pandemic. We were not created to live in isolation, but in relationship with each other, just as the Godhead lives in perfect trinitarian relationship with Himself. The truth is, that as men, the older you get the more difficult it is to make new friends; the friends that we desperately need as we journey through this life together.
This year we will have some time of listening and conversation lead by Elliot Grudem (bio below) as we consider what it means to need and have friendship with others in our lives.
If you have any questions you can email the church at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elliot is the founder and president of Leaders Collective. He has served as pastor of church planting at Vintage Church (Raleigh), director of the Acts29 Network and a pastor at Mars Hill Church (Seattle) and senior minister at Christ the King Presbyterian Church (Raleigh), a church he replanted. He also worked for an urban ministry in New Orleans. He worked for a Fortune 100 company prior to seminary. He is the editor of Christian Beliefs, a book he completed with his father, Wayne. Elliot holds degrees from Miami University (BA, History and English) and Reformed Theological Seminary (M.Div.). He and his wife Kacey have been married for 20 years and have one daughter. They live in Raleigh.