New Life Church's teaching team is comprised of Senior Pastor Brady Boyd, and Associate Senior Pastors Dr. Glenn Packiam and Daniel Grothe. Together, they share the responsibility of preaching and teaching in our weekly services. This team approach allows New Life to hear from multiple voices, and allows sustainable rhythms for our Senior Teaching Team.
Brady is married to his college sweetheart, Pam, and is the dad to great kids named Abram and Callie. He has written five books: Addicted to Busy, Fear No Evil, Sons & Daughters, Let Her Lead, and Speak Life. (All are available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble). He's also really serious about caring for the people of Colorado Springs by opening numerous Dream Centers.
He has a degree in Journalism from Louisiana Tech, has been a radio announcer for professional baseball and basketball teams, and was the Sports Editor for his college newspaper. Before coming to New Life in 2007, he served Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, for almost seven years.Brady Boyd's Blog
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Glenn earned a Doctorate in Theology and Ministry from Durham University in the UK. He also holds BA in Theological/Historical Studies, a Masters in Management, and a Graduate Certficite in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Glenn, his wife, Holly, their four children are enjoying life in the shadow of the mighty Rocky Mountains.Glenn Packiam's Blog
Daniel grew up as a pastor's kid in Tulsa, Oklahoma and loved his upbringing in the church. After playing a little bit of Division I basketball and a lot of music at Oral Roberts University, he received his degree in theology in 2005. That same summer, Daniel married his bride, Lisa, and a week after their wedding they moved to Colorado Springs to join the staff of New Life Church. They have three children--Lillian, Wilson, and Wakley--and they love to get outside to enjoy the rugged beauty of Colorado. Daniel serves as the lead pastor of the New Life Friday Night congregation.Daniel Grothe's Blog