Greg Gibson

In addition to his work at CBMW, Greg serves as an executive elder and the family ministries pastor at Foothills Church in Knoxville, TN, overseeing all life-stage teams. Greg is the founder of The Veritas Network, which produces Veritas Press and The Living Room. He is the author of Date Different: A Short (but honest) Discussion on Dating, Sex, & Marriage for Teenagers (and their parents).Greg speaks all over the country at youth and college conferences, disciple-now weekends, men’s conferences, family conferences, and more.Greg received a M.Div. in Biblical and Theological Studies from SBTS and a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Boyce College. He is currently working on his doctorate in leadership from SBTS.He resides in Maryville, TN with his wife, Grace, and their two children. Keep up with Greg at theveritasnetwork.org.
Embracing a War-like Posture

Embracing a War-like Posture

Scripture is pretty clear on how men should love their wives—like Jesus loved and served the Church (Eph. 5:24). Christ, in his pursuit of us, gave his life for us. Jesus sets the stage from the beginning concerning what this pursuit should look like, so why do we...

I Resolve to Mature Manhood

I Resolve to Mature Manhood

Yet another resolution post?  Not at all. This is a plea—an urgent call, of sorts—to my fellow brothers to chase something the rest of this year that is much more substantial than a gym membership, self-help technique, hobby, or hygiene etiquette—I seriously resolve...

The Gospel-Centered Husband

The opposite of a gospel-centered husband, I think, is a comfortable husband. The adjectives gospel-centered and comfortable don’t really fit together in a gospel-centered home.[1]  What is more, a comfortable husband might be simply okay with the current status of...