Tornado recovery work has continued to be a major part of my ministry. You can read about my continued role in this article from the Courier Journal.
If you didn’t get a chance to see it live, check out the video of Stated Clerk Gradye Parsons riding a tandem bicycle with Sweaty Sheep to the stage at General Assembly! Sweaty Sheep had a great ride in from Louisville to Pittsburgh, and I was blessed to be part of the trip. You can read more about it in this article.
Thanks for taking a look at my website to learn more about me. If you’re looking for a sermon, click here or on one of the links at the top or left of your screen. On that screen, just click the notepad icon to download a manuscript or click the clapboard icon to watch the sermon on the web. You can also click here or on the “about” link to read a short bio.
As a supply preacher for Henryville Community Presbyterian Church and Mount Lebanon Presbyterian Church, I have been featured in two news articles since the tornadoes which hit Henryville and other locations early in March. The first story, from the PC(USA) News Service: Tornado Survivors Band Together to Aid Community The second story, from the Courier-Journal: Young Seminarian Plunges into Real-Life Trauma Recovery
My PIF can be viewed on the CLC. My PIF number is 100020705. My resumé is also online! It is essentially an abbreviated version of my PIF with links to this page and the sermons I’ve posted. You can view my resumé at http://re.vu/alexscottbecker
Welcome! If you’re reading this, I probably had the pleasure of meeting you at the PC(USA) Big Tent conference in Indianapolis. Feel free to take a look at the About Me page as well as my Sermon page.
I will be at the Big Tent conference in Indianapolis from June 30th-July 2nd. While I’m there, I’ll be working with Ryan Althaus, founder of Team Sweaty Sheep to spread the word about his ministry. You can think of Sweaty Sheep as a New Church Development without walls, a “movement” that gets people moving and playing together in the name of God. Sweaty Sheep originated with an emphasis on providing runners doing weekend races with a chance to encounter God, but I can tell you that as a non-runner, this is not the only thing that Sweaty Sheep does by…