Navigating the spaces between theology, culture, and life as an apprentice of Jesus
My name is Kevin Wilson and I’m a cultural mutt.
I was born in Sri Lanka, moved to the Sultanate of Oman when I was twelve, and have lived in Maryland, Lebanon, Michigan, and California. Over the past 27 years, I’ve picked up 3.5 languages and have traveled to 13 countries.
I am also currently married to a Cuban-Chilean who makes my world a little brighter. 🙂 #interracialcouplesftw
So yeah. I am a cultural mutt.
I am also an apprentice of Jesus Christ.
Someone who believes that He lived, died, rose again, coming back, and one worthy of being truly followed. Someone who still follows Him in spite of weaknesses and failings.
For the better part of my life, I have followed Christ as a Seventh-Day Adventist. As a pastor living in Oceanside, California, I am constantly interacting with cultures all around me – whether it be ethnic, religious, leadership, or emerging adult culture.
This site is a landing zone for my ongoing musings about scripture, culture, and identity.
Thank you for stopping by!
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