Stories That Transform – Jay Pathak

Jay Pathak shares a story about “going hunting”. Hunting for people, asking questions like “Would you consider yourself a spiritual person?” His apologetics about the problem of pain and humanistic worldviews dismantle the paradigm of a man he talks with. However, the story has an insightful twist as Jay realized that “knowing” God as Mary had not “known” any man when she had Jesus transforms us in a way that apologetics for the mind never can. Jay says that Jesus didn’t give us truths that we can control, but he told stories that put us in tension, representing God in a way that causes us problems. We have a choice to engage. And be transformed.

Jay Pathak

Jay Pathak and his wife Danielle left Columbus, Ohio in 2001 to start and lead the Mile High Vineyard in Denver, Colorado. Since that time, Jay and his team have worked to build the church into a vibrant community that engages and impacts the city at every turn. Jay’s multi-ethnic heritage adds a unique sensitivity as he speaks nationally and internationally in both conference and classroom settings. Jay is also the co-author of The Art of Neighboring with Dave Runyon. More about Jay ›

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