Journey to follow Christ

Simply. Follow. Jesus

Aaron Wolgamott

I was born in Lynchburg, Virginia. My family moved around a lot when I was a kid; my dad was military for a while and then had a few different ministry jobs. When people ask me where I grew up I say Colorado and Louisiana. I lived in Denver, Colorado 4th grade through 7th grade, and then in Denham Springs, Louisiana 8th grade through graduating High School. I went to college at Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska where I double-majored in Christian Education of Youth and Biblical Studies. I graduated in 2002. From that time until recently, I was in Youth Ministry full-time.

My life has taken some major unexpected turns in the past few years. It has definitely been a journey that I did not anticipate, and I daily seek God to find out where he is leading me next. At this time, I currently reside in New Hampshire and and I am not in paid ministry. However, I do believe God is still at work, and I have hope for my future as he continues to weave together all that he is doing in my life…even when I may not be able to fully comprehend or see what he’s doing.

I have 4 children; Noah, Alexandra (Ali for short), Hope, and Kate. I love the times I get to spend with my kids!

I also enjoy watching or playing basketball and football, blogging and writing, speaking, traveling, hiking, watching movies, going out to eat, and spending time with the people I love.

I am passionate about seeking the truth of God’s Word, learning how to properly apply that truth in my life, and finding ways to creatively and effectively share the truth of God’s Word and how to apply it with others. I have authored the books Blurred Vision, Enough, and Broken.

When I have the opportunity, I enjoy traveling and going on mission trips all over the world. My travels include visiting Nepal, France, Austria, and Hungary as well as multiple Mission Trips to Romania, Belize, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ecuador, Guatemala, and the Philippines. Here at home I have had the opportunity to travel to much of the United States.

There is a quote by William Carey that really describes my focus and passion in life: “I’m not afraid of failure, I’m afraid of succeeding at things that don’t matter.” I want my life and how I spend my time to count, and that is what motivates me in my life.

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