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Pastor, writer, and speaker, Greg serves as an executive elder and the family ministries pastor at Foothills Church in Knoxville, TN, overseeing the crib through college life-stage teams. Under his leadership at FC, the student ministry team has witnessed a tremendous response growing from 6 teenagers to over 400 teenagers and 100+ volunteers in the last 5-years. The kids ministry team at FC under his leadership developed 3 different life-stage ministries and oversaw 150+ volunteers and hundreds of families.

Greg also founded Veritas Press in January 2016. Veritas Press exists to create gospel-centered resources for the good of the local church. The goal of VP is to send out 1 million gospel-centered resources all over the world by 2025.

Furthermore, Greg also serves as the Executive Editor for The Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood (CBMW), a leading conservative evangelical think tank on gender, marriage, and sexuality.

He is the author of:

  • (forthcoming, 2016) Passion, Posture, Pursuit: A Biblical Manhood Primer
  • (forthcoming, 2016) The Pastor-Leader: Courageous and Visionary Excellence in the Trenches
  • (forthcoming, 2016) Crib to College: A Primer for Family Ministry in the Local Church
  • Date Different: A Short (but honest) Conversation on Dating, Sex & Marriage for Teenagers (and their parents) (2015)
  • Building a Marriage Culture: Renewal in the Ruins (co-editor and contributor) (2015)
  • Reformational Manhood: Creating a Culture of Gospel-Centered Warriors (2013)

Greg’s writing has appeared at The Gospel Coalition, the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood, Gospel-Centered Discipleship, the Journal on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood, Outreach Magazine, Answers Magazine, and more.

Greg speaks all over the country at conferences, trainings, and other events.

He is currently working on a doctorate in leadership at Southern Seminary. He received a M.Div. in Biblical and Theological Studies from SBTS, and a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Boyce College.

He currently resides in Knoxville, TN with his wife, Grace, and their two children–Cora and Iver.

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  1. Hey Greg, I don’t know if you remember me from journey camp. I am going to be writing a paper in my English class on Biblical Manhood and I was wondering if you could give me any advice. I have read your book and it has changed my life. If you could contact me at 843-742-6965 it would be amazing. Thank you for being such an inspiration in my life.Love you man.

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  2. Hey Greg, I don’t know if you remember me from Journey camp. I am going to be writing a paper on Biblical Manhood in my English class and I was wondering if you could give me any advice. I have read your book and it has changed my life. If you could contact me at 843-742-6965 it would be amazing. Thank you for being such an inspiration to me. Love you man.

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  3. Hey Greg,
    I have been wanting to get a copy of your book for some time now. The two versions on Amazon show it is not available. Your site here says it will be available soon. Do you have a copy lying around that I can get from you? At the end of this month I will be going down to Florida for a national men’s leadership seminar by Man in the Mirror. I’m looking for some reading material and your articles on CBMW are quite interesting.

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  4. Hey Greg, I like your articles on CBMW and others like the “Relationships and Roles in the New Creation”.
    I have a question: I am not personally persuaded that we will lose our marriages and sexuality in the new creation, I would like to have more views on sexuality and complementarianism in the eschaton. With regard to Adam and Eve, Thomas Aquinas elaborates in his speculations about what would havehappened in Paradise if the Fall had not occurred .Aquinas says that in Paradise Adam and Eve would have enjoyed more carnal pleasure in sexuality than after the Fall. The language of Revelation 21-22 is full of references to the original creation, suggesting that John intends to portray “the reverse of the curse,” a return to the conditions of Eden. As for sexual activity, there is pleasure associated with it; If eternal life is to bring full enjoyment, why not imagine a scenario in which people engage in sex for the sheer pleasure? It’s difficult to imagine gender in heaven without some form of attraction between male and female and yes, even some form of “union” (without procreation). If we have genders, why would we given that we wouldn’t have a need for it, since there is no procreation?

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  5. Fernando, thanks so much for reading and for your comment. I completely see your line of reasoning. I absolutely think New Creation is the New Eden—as the story of the Bible goes from a Garden to a City. The only theological argument I can give on this is the teachings of Jesus in Matt. 22, as well as a christological argument for the supremacy of Jesus in the New Creation. In the Garden, we didn’t have Jesus in the flesh. In the New Heavens and New Earth, Jesus will be center of everything we do, not our sexuality or marriages. Maybe it’s this “marriage” between Christ and His Bride that will have priority.

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