Four broken men and their humble attempts to explain infinite grace with finite minds. Simply just adding to the ongoing (2,000 years) conversation about biblical and theological matters from a reformed perspective.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Theocast happened for one basic reason. A friend and church member was sitting with the four of us one evening listening to us work through some nuanced theological topic. The conversation was— as always— enlightening on numbers of levels. Once it winded down, our friend said, “There has to be a way the rest of us can be exposed to this level of conversation. This isn’t fair. That was amazing! You guys don’t need to keep this to yourself.” We had not considered that others might enjoy being invited here. Truth is, our conversations are precious to us personally. We’ve sat for hours countless times talking about Jesus. Theocast is an invitation for the “layman” to join the conversation; to listen to flawed but sincere human beings with enough knowledge to be dangerous, wrestle through the most profound truths known to man.
Byron was raised in the deep south—Mississippi to be exact. He became the Senior Pastor at CBC in February 2001. Byron is married to Robin, and they have three children: Lauren, Wade, and Blake.
Jon was born and raised in the sunny desert of Southern California. He is currently being sent by Community Bible Church to plant a church in Franklin, TN. Jon is married to Judith, and they have four children: Charis, Titus, Jane, and Knox.
Ryan is a native to Nashville and grew up here at CBC. He joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. Ryan is married to Amie, and they have two daughters: Noelle and Layla.
Jeremy was raised in Encinitas, CA. He was brought onto the CBC staff in 2010 and serves as the Children’s Ministry Pastor. Jeremy is married to Courtney, and they have a son named Rhys.