About Geoff Holsclaw
The short and longer versions...
Geoff Holsclaw (PhD) is cohost of the Embodied Faith podcast, which seeks a neuroscience-informed spiritual formation. He is also an affiliate professor of theology at Northern Seminary (Lisle, Illinois) and a pastor at Vineyard North in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Geoff is the author of several books, most recently Does God Really Like Me? Discovering the God Who Wants to Be With Us.
While a native Californian who lived in Chicago for 18 years (Go CUBS), I now live in Grand Rapids, MI. I’m wonderfully married to Cyd (since 2000) and have two teenage boys (by the way, Cyd is a pretty awesome coach and spiritual director if you are looking for one).
Besides being a pastor, professor, and theologian, most of all, I’m just trying to work out my faith for the real world.
I serve as one of the pastors at Vineyard North in Grand Rapids, MI.
I’m a co-host for the Embodied Faith podcast on neuroscience, spiritual formation, and faith.
Cyd and I also wrote Does God Really Like Me? Discovering the God Wants to be With Us. Check out part of it here.
I also co-authored, Prodigal Christianity, with David Fitch, and wrote Transcending Subjects: Augustine, Hegel, and Theology (a version of my doctoral dissertation).
I work as an affiliate professor of theology at Northern Seminary.
And please subscribe to Notes on an Embodied Faith, where I keep all my musings, reflections, and critical thoughts on neuroscience and spiritual formation.