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mt. haleakalaNeed to be inspired? Challenged? A good laugh?

I love helping Christians live thoughtful, courageous lives.

This is my personal blog where I post my thoughts, long before they ever make it into book form. Over the years it’s become a place for meaningful conversations between people trying to live out their faith. I’m honored that you’ve joined us.

To date, I’ve written three books and have several more in the works. God has granted me the privilege of sharing the message of these books in such diverse places as the jungles of northern India, the slums of Nairobi, and even on Pat Robertson’s 700 Club and Focus on the Family. Here’s the trailer for my most recent book Hell is Real (But I Hate to Admit It).

fishing evangelismI’m also the founding Senior Pastor of Christ’s Church of the Valley, a church of 2,000+ amazing people in the suburbs of Philadelphia. I’m a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div.) and Cincinnati Christian University (B.A.). I like to fish, hike, travel, and watch Ohio State football. For 25 years I’ve been married to that “cute girl with the big brown eyes” that I met in fifth grade church camp. Now we have three girls of our own.

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Each week you’ll receive a devotional designed to help you apply the truths of the Bible to your everyday life.  You can join the 3,500+ people who receive my e-newsletter each week by subscribing here. Occasionally I also update subscribers on new books, speaking engagements, and opportunities for further engagement.

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Videos of my sermons are posted on Tuesdays. You can subscribe to Brian Jones Uncut, my sermon podcast on iTunes here.

What Others Are Saying

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“Brian speaks with transparency and passion.” - Ravi Zacharias

“Brian takes deep thinking on the crucial issues of life and deals with these issues in ways that everyone can understand.” – Tony Campolo

“Brian Jones captures the heart of grace and mercy…” – Gary Smalley

“C.S. Lewis once said that a writer shouldn’t aim at being original but being honest; because each individual’s unique honesty will bring creativity as well. Brian Jones is both.” – John Ortberg

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