Hi, I’m Brad Merchant. I am the Pastor of Leadership Development at College Park Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. I enjoy spending time with my wife, reading, writing, and providing leadership to The Gospel Coalition Indianapolis Regional Chapter. You can follow TGC Indy on Twitter and Facebook.
The articles on my website are my “thoughts on life, theology, and books.” I add new content about 2–4 times per month and typically highlight resources I find helpful and that fellow Christians may also find helpful. To make sure you don’t miss new articles, you can subscribe by email. You can also follow me on Twitter.
My beautiful wife, Clarissa, and I have been married since 2014. Here’s a picture of us from May of 2019:
Here are a few of my favorite things:
- Band: 1) John Mayer, 2) Josh Garrels
- Hobby: 1) reading and writing, 2) spending time with thoughtful friends, 3) watching/playing basketball
- Drink: Dr. Pepper
- Food: 1) TexMex, 2) Steak
- NFL: Houston Texans
- NBA: San Antonio Spurs
- NCAA: Texas Longhorns
- Place: Ventura, California
- City: Washington, D.C.
- Book: Tie between Lectures to My Students (Spurgeon), Overcoming Sin and Temptation (Owen), and The Gospel Primer (Vincent)
- Theologians: Charles Spurgeon, Thomas Watson, John Piper, John Owen, D.A. Carson
Brief Bio for Speaking Events:
Brad Merchant (MA, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the Pastor of Leadership Development at College Park Church in Indianapolis, Indiana and leadership council member of The Gospel Coalition Indianapolis Regional Chapter. He is an avid reader, tweeter at @brad_merchant, and writes regularly on his blog (www.bradmerchantblog.com). He is the Author of Mentoring Like Jesus: How To Make Discipleship A Part Of Everyday Life (Warner Press, 2017). High Resolution Photos: Photo 1 • Photo 2
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