Bio

McKay Caston (B.A., M.Div., D.Min., Ph.D.) is a pastor, writer, and speaker whose passion is to help people come alive to the wonder, beauty, and transforming power of God’s grace by living all of life in union with Jesus.

Over the past twenty-five years, some of the most popular topics he has addressed concern the believer’s identity in Christ, the centrality of grace, what it means to embrace the love of God and live in view of the sovereignty of God, as well as the practical significance of the gospel for marriage and parenting.

Having served churches in Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Georgia since 1993, McKay ministers as Founding and Lead Pastor for Creekstone Church in Dahlonega, GA, and teaches theology, homiletics, and Greek in his role on the faculty of Metro Atlanta Seminary. He and his wife, Kristy, have three children, 22, 20 and 14.

When not preparing weekly sermons for Creekstone, writing, or spending time with his family or folks in the church, he enjoys exploring the Southern Appalachian Mountains of North Georgia.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hi, I am the pastor of a small presbyterian church in Wales and have been looking for images to use for our Easter publicity. I cam across this one https://mckaycaston.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/nail-in-cross-istockphoto.jpg which links back to your website. Do you hold copyright for it? And, if so, are you willing to give permission to use it for non-commercial purposes?

    Kind Regards, Mark Johnston

  2. McKay Caston says:

    Hello Mark,
    Absolutely! Glad you are able to use it. No copyright. I think we purchased it from istockphoto.com.

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