Drew is a pastor at ONE Fellowship in Charleston, SC. Before that, he co-planted Redemption Church in Seattle, WA with good friend Ryan Kearns in 2014 and served as pastor of Preaching & Ministry. Prior to serving in these roles, Drew pastored in churches both large and small in very diverse areas. He earned his B.A. in Pastoral Studies with a minor in Psychology from Cedarville University in Ohio and is currently finishing up a master's degree in church leadership. Drew and his wife Laura have been married for 13 years and have a one year old son named Silas.Personal Site
Articles By Drew Hensley
Of Ghosts and Grace
Thursday March 26, 2020christian life •
I believe in ghosts. Not the ghosts of other people, but the ghosts of our past.
Stop Asking Kids ‘What’ and Start Asking ‘How’
Tuesday March 3, 2020christian life •
As he gets older, I won’t be asking my son what he wants to be when he grows up; I’ll be asking him how he wants to be.
The Overlooked God
Tuesday April 9, 2019holy spirit •
When it comes to the Holy Spirit, there’s an overwhelming tendency for many Christians and churches to either temper or dismiss His value and importance in our lives and the lives of those around us.
Tuesday March 26, 2019christian life •
I found myself standing over his bassinet every few minutes watching his breathing, doing everything I could to make sure he was safe and secure.
The Unique Gift of Grief
Thursday August 16, 2018christian life • pain & suffering •
How can something so painful be of any benefit…ever? This is a legitimate question.
What If Everyone Ended Up In Heaven?
Thursday August 2, 2018christian life •
What if everyone ended up in Heaven, would you be okay with it? Not from a theological point of view but on a more personal, emotional level? If you found out today that God in His kindness and grace is allowing everyone into His presence and that no one will be suffering an eternity of darkness, what would the look be on your face?
Don’t Speak Too Soon: Helping The Hurting Without Minimizing Pain
Thursday July 5, 2018christian life • relationships •
I’ve learned the hard way. In my marriage I was far too quick to offer solutions to painful situations and occasionally still am.
Tuesday June 26, 2018church • leadership • mission • pastors • preaching •
Knowing that I don’t carry the load alone and that there are other people with equal stakes in the church and it’s well being might be the healthiest aspect and reason enough to go with the interdependent model.