About PRFaust

Ryan Faust is the Senior Pastor at Grace. He loves the Lord, his family, and seeing God change people’s lives.  He has BA in Religion from Saint Olaf College, a Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary, and a Doctorate of Ministry at Gordon-Conwell.

His favorite verse is 2 Cor. 5:17 – “Therefore if anyone is in Christ he is a new creation, the old is gone and the new has come.”

The verse that most inspires him to live the Gospel is James 1:27 – “True religion is this, to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.”

His greatest passions are Jesus Christ, God’s Word, his family, Apologetic discussions, leading a church, saltwater fish, playing golf, playing chess, and Denver Broncos football.  He also loves coffee and people and would love to take you to Starbucks and talk about the GOSPEL.


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  1. Sir your ministry is good and it is very benificial for church. I am also doing ministry in india i need your help to devlop my ministry espesially i am focaoshing church and youth ministry can you guid me.i have completed m.div in india, i will pray for your ministry and i request you to pray for my ministry thank you.

  2. Hi Ryan,
    I brought up a discussion about the logistics of communion being served in home churches and of course there was a big debate about only the ordained serving. so I asked so how are you doing it? My stand has been that it’s not biblical that laity can’t serve or baptize. So this morning I prayed then googled and found your response to this question. I’m thrilled God answered so quickly. I’m glad someone else, more authoritative, has combed the scriptures on this subject and reached this same conclusion. Thank you for being the answer to My prayer. I’m a Methodist but firmly believe that tradition doesn’t trump biblical – ever. God Bless!

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