43 min

Interview with Keith Carpenter of Epic Life Church Be Bold for Jesus

    • Christianity

Listen to the Be Bold for Jesus Podcast to be encouraged, inspired and empowered to go out and share your faith with others. Today we are hearing from Keith Carpenter.

Keith is the Pastor of Epic Life Church in North Seattle, which he planted in 2009. He has been married for 32 yrs, with four sons, one daughter-in-law, and a granddaughter. Keith leads a pastor network in North Seattle of 23 churches and is highly engaged in the business district of Aurora Ave. N. in the NORA neighborhood, and has led Epic Life in starting a for-profit coffee business-as-mission, a food bank, and a non-profit organization that leads the neighborhood in bringing life to the community, called For North Seattle. 
 
Pastoring in North Seattle along the Aurora Corridor has been a daily challenge as Epic Life engages with marginalized people, crime, homelessness, prostitution, and businesses of ill repute. This challenge is also instrumental in a very diverse community of believers.
 
Keith also leads ministry trips into southern Peru, coffee-origin trips to Nicaragua, and prayer Hikes through western China’s Tibetan region in places where the Gospel has never been heard and there are no existing Christian witnesses.
 
Epic Life – John 10:10 (epiclifechurch.org)

Listen to the Be Bold for Jesus Podcast to be encouraged, inspired and empowered to go out and share your faith with others. Today we are hearing from Keith Carpenter.

Keith is the Pastor of Epic Life Church in North Seattle, which he planted in 2009. He has been married for 32 yrs, with four sons, one daughter-in-law, and a granddaughter. Keith leads a pastor network in North Seattle of 23 churches and is highly engaged in the business district of Aurora Ave. N. in the NORA neighborhood, and has led Epic Life in starting a for-profit coffee business-as-mission, a food bank, and a non-profit organization that leads the neighborhood in bringing life to the community, called For North Seattle. 
 
Pastoring in North Seattle along the Aurora Corridor has been a daily challenge as Epic Life engages with marginalized people, crime, homelessness, prostitution, and businesses of ill repute. This challenge is also instrumental in a very diverse community of believers.
 
Keith also leads ministry trips into southern Peru, coffee-origin trips to Nicaragua, and prayer Hikes through western China’s Tibetan region in places where the Gospel has never been heard and there are no existing Christian witnesses.
 
Epic Life – John 10:10 (epiclifechurch.org)

43 min