Join us for episode 12 of the Global Glory Chasers: Eat Pray Run podcast. Dorina and Shawn sit down for a conversation with Pastor Mitchel Lee, author of the new book, Even If.
They chat about:
-The backstory of Mitchel’s new book
-His family’s practice of Shabbat
-How God called him from Korean Church where he was raised to lead a multi-ethnic church in Maryland
-A practice of prayer that includes silence and gratitude
-How Mitchel chases God’s glory through Creation and hard conversations
Through this series, we hope you will discover and take notice of God’s glory alongside us. Every episode of Eat Pray Run includes a meaningful quote, an engaging conversation, and a little prayer.
Mitchel Lee is a Maryland native and holds a BA in Linguistics from the University of Maryland, a Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Master of Arts in Biblical Exegesis from Wheaton College Graduate School. He is also a graduate of the 36th class of the Arrow Leadership Program.
Joining Grace Community Church initially as a teaching pastor in 2012, Mitchel has served as Lead Pastor since August 2016. Prior to Grace, he has served in a variety of church contexts ranging from South Korea to Chicago to Maryland. His passion is to be a bridge-builder between generations and ethnicities both in the US and internationally through leadership development and church-planting. Mitchel’s first book, Even If, was released in August 2021 with Waterbrook Multnomah.
Mitchel is husband to Sarah and a father to Calvin, Noah, Benjamin, Beatrice, and Owen.
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