Terry serves as lead pastor of Grace Community Church (www.weallneedgrace.com) in Centennial, Colorado, just twenty minutes from downtown Denver. GCC is all about life transformation! We have discovered that life transformation is fueled by encounters with God, shaped through relationships, established through spiritual disciplines, energized through acts of service and reproduced through authenticity. Therefore, we have a simple strategy for life at every age level in our intergenerational community of faith- to Learn, Live, and Serve as it relates to fulfilling God’s purpose and plans for our lives.

Terry also directs the XA Network (www.xanetwork.org), an exit strategy and online networking database system for university and college graduates who desire to connect with missional marketplace opportunities in the areas of business and church planting. Most of these graduates have been involved in Chi Alpha Campus Ministries during their university experience. Terry has also authored a book: Leading a 21st Century NT Church, and speaks in a variety of conference and other settings.

Terry is married to Jo Ann and they live in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. They have three children, Casey, a writer and photographer, is married to Julianna and they live in Seattle, WA, Corey, the Creative Arts Director at Lifehouse Church, is married to Lauren and they live in Hagerstown, MD, and Cayla, a Junior at the University of Connecticut, where she attends on a full athletic scholarship for Volleyball. Oh, and they have a Golden Retriever named Remington.

2 responses to “About

  1. Me and my wife came to the church for the first time last Sunday. Looking forward to possibly meeting you this Sunday.

    Hope your week is blessed.


  2. Terry, I have been coming to Grace now for about 3 months with my wife and daughter. We met you last week. I have to say your prayers for us and your sermons touch our hearts each and every time. Blessings to you and your family.


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