I began www.MCKAYCASTON.com in 2006 as a place to think out loud and sometimes post pics of my family. Yes, my blogging pre-dates the Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram revolution. 🙂 

Over time, the blog became a space to share content as I began to morph from a pastor who preaches and teaches to a pastor who writes. 

Eventually, I discovered that the reason I love to share the content I create is that I have a deep longing to help people with practical insight and usable tools. Specifically, I want to help people come alive to the beauty, wonder, and transforming power of the gospel by living all of life in view of the cross, helping us to abide in Jesus as our perfect and only righteousness. 

This is why www.MCKAYCASTON.com exists and why I think that you will like being part of this online community. You just might come alive the grace of God in Jesus! 🙂 

By the way, I'd love to give you access to my growing library of free resources (ebooks, Bible studies with discussion guides, lists, etc.). Click below for lifetime access. 

Below is my official "back of the book jacket" bio. 🙂 

With 25-years of teaching experience as a senior pastor, church planter, college pastor, singles pastor, education pastor as well as seminary professor of hermeneutics, homiletics, theology, and Greek, Dr. McKay Caston's passion is to help people come alive to the wonder, beauty, and transforming power of the gospel by living all of life in view of the cross as they abide by faith in the perfect righteousness of Jesus.

This “coming alive” takes place as we struggle to embrace the forgiveness, acceptance, and love of God and how living in union with Jesus changes everything about our identity and how we face our “issues” moving forward. To the degree we are "tied and tethered" to the cross, we are able to rest in the gospel promises of God's grace.

McKay ministers as Founding and Lead Pastor for Creekstone Church in Dahlonega, GA, and teaches  on the faculty of Metro Atlanta Seminary. 

When not preparing weekly sermons for Creekstone, writing, or spending time with his family and friends, he enjoys exploring the Appalachian Mountains of North Georgia. He and his wife, Kristy, have three children, 23, 21, and 15.