Alex Early

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.org

Books by Alex Early

Articles By Alex Early

Brennan Manning Asks 15 Questions to Examine the Conscience

Thursday October 4, 2018

christian life

I’m slowly reading through Brennan Manning’s very first book, Prophets and Lovers: In Search of the Holy Spirit. Like everything he wrote, it is wonderful. I heard him mention these questions in sermons on a number of occasions. Seeing them again this morning… well… they’re as sobering as they ever were.

The Reckless Love of God

Tuesday July 31, 2018

christian life

The gospel is for the promiscuous, the vagabond, the throwaway, the not good enough, the overachiever, the proud, the insolent, the angry, the forgotten, the brokenhearted.

Where is God Calling Me?

Tuesday July 10, 2018

christian life

Calling. Oh that oft-used word in the evangelical circles that I was reared in that brought about such anxiety, fear, and constant second-guessing.

What Are My Feelings For?

Thursday June 21, 2018

christian life

Feelings. What on earth are my feelings for? How are feelings practical? What do they accomplish? If I feel one way, does that make me righteous? If I feel another way, does that make me sinful?