Jesus befriended and redeemed Alex when he was 15 years old in Georgia where he grew up and later planted his first church, Four Corners Church. Aside from church planting, Alex has also served as preaching pastor and lead pastor at two larger churches on the West Coast, and has authored two books, “The Reckless Love of God” and “The New Believers Guide to the Christian Faith.” He has been married to his amazing wife Jana for nearly thirteen years. They have two children, Tovah and Jude. Alex holds a BA, Christian Studies, North Greenville University, M.Div. specialization in Christian Thought Theology, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, M.A. Aspects of Biblical Interpretation, London School of Theology, and is a Doctor of Intercultural Studies, Western Seminary. He’s passionate about people meeting Jesus, growing in their faith, the Sounders, and cooking. Find out more over at his blog paearly.orgPersonal Site
Books by Alex Early
Articles By Alex Early
Psalm 23 from Seattle
Thursday March 19, 2020christian life •
The kindness of God confronts me, and the Love of God strengthens me every single day of my life.
Melting Anger into Compassion
Thursday March 5, 2020christian life •
Has someone wronged you? How long have you been carrying that anger around?
Yes, God Still Wants You!
Thursday January 23, 2020pain & suffering •
In a moment of real honesty he said, “After all I’ve done wrong, I wonder if God really wants anything to do with me.”
Tuesday December 31, 2019grace 101 •
There is never a moment in which we are not the beloved children of God. Evening grace for us all.
In Silence and Solitude
Thursday December 19, 2019christian life •
The longer I reject silence and solitude based on being “more productive”... the more I actually prolong my growth in the grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus.
Does God Like Me?
Tuesday November 12, 2019christian life •
I mistakenly think God is like me and that his thoughts are not above my thoughts and his ways aren’t above my ways.
A Ragamuffin’s Prayer
Thursday October 3, 2019christian life • pain & suffering •
Jesus, what if I don’t ever get any better?
I’ll always love you.
On Loving Your Friends
Thursday September 5, 2019relationships •
Here’s what is sure: the immeasurable amount of gratitude you feel for the friend who knows how to show up the right way.