A Bit About Me

Hi. I’m Adam. I’m the Lead Pastor of Aletheia Church in Boston, MA — a growing, diverse church passionately committed to bringing the truth, grace, and the changing power of the Gospel for the glory of God and the good of all people.

I’ve been married to the love of my life, Hope, since December of 2003. Since getting married, God has taken the us on amazing adventures and through some pretty tough challenges. About 4 months after marriage, we were called to move to Edinburgh, Scotland to help plant two new churches. I quit my job, raised a bunch of money, we had a baby, and set off. For five years, we labored alongside a great team, had two more children, and saw God do amazing things. Today there stand two new churches where there were none — and I’m really grateful for that grace.

In 2009, the we transitioned back to the USA to plant Aletheia Church in Boston. Fueled with a passion for God’s truth and grace to permeate all areas of society, I feel honored and excited about the task of pastoring. Since starting Aletheia in our living room at 26, the church has not ceased to grow and reach those who were once far from God — and I’m really grateful for that grace, too.

Completing Master’s Degrees at Reformed Theological Seminary, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, I’ve written a couple of books and stay pretty engaged in teaching and preaching, both at home and as a guest speaker at various events around the country. My newest book is called The Art of Rest, and will be published with The Good Book Co., out early 2018. I’m also in the middle of a Ph.D. at The University of Aberdeen.

Now we’re in Boston, we’ve got four awesome kids, and we’re living the adventure of faithfulness to the call.