Posted On February 11, 2015

Get To Know Associate Editor Jason Garwood

by | Feb 11, 2015 | Academic Work

10888645_10152958422682002_5028229777316560786_nDave: Tell us a bit about yourself, your family, and your ministry at church.

Jason: I am husband to Mary, my lovely wife of 9 years; I have three children (7, 3, and 2); and I am Lead Pastor of Colwood Church in Caro, MI. My family and I enjoy waterparks, trampolines, and vacations to Pennsylvania. My favorite food is homemade Spelt Pizza, and my favorite color is blue.

Dave: I’m pleased to announce that Jason has been offered and accepted a new role at Servants of Grace as the associate editor of Servants of Grace. Jason will be handling a new ministry we’re offering to help writers. He’ll be leading the effort with help from me on guest submissions which will be announced here soon. Jason, can you tell us what you are praying the Lord will do through this new ministry?

Jason: My hope and prayer is that God would be glorified, Christ would be honored, and that the Spirit would use the means of Servants of Grace as an avenue to edify the Church, and impact the world with the gospel.

Dave: What are some of your hobbies? What are some of your favorite theological topics?

Jason: Probably my favorite hobby would be reading, though Golf is definitely a fun thing to do once in a while. Spending time with my kids is my main hobby—it’s especially fun when I lay on the floor and let them jump on my head. At any given moment I could be doing a science experiment with my oldest, helping my middle daughter pick out a princess dress, or playing tackle football with my youngest. My favorite theological topics? The Doctrines of Grace, Postmillennialism, the role of the Law of God in society, and presuppositional apologetics.

Dave: Tell us where we can find you on social media and about your books.

Jason: I’m on twitter: @jasongarwood. My blog is www.jasongarwood.com, and you can find my books: http://amazon.com/author/jasongarwood

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