Jim Pace is a pastor, author and follower of Jesus. In addition, he is a sought-after speaker on the topics of the Gospel and social justice, leadership development, and the sticky issues of faith that confront society. Co-pastor at New Life Christian Fellowship (NLCF) at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., Pace was one of the voices of calm amidst the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007, when 32 people were killed and many others wounded in two separate attacks by a lone student gunman, who then committed suicide. A credible and authentic man of character, Pace has appeared on "Larry King Live," "Anderson Cooper 360," "Good Morning America," CNN's "American Morning," "The 700 Club" "Celebrate Today," a host of local network affiliates as well as radio programs across the US and Canada. Additionally, he has been interviewed by Christianity Today, "The Washington Post," "The New York Times" and "The New York Post." Jim calls himself a reformed cynic and at times a skeptic who still has a great number of questions about our world and God's role in it. Being in ministry beside Va. Tech University he is surrounded by other skeptics and cynics who challenge him to constantly consider both how he is reflecting on the tough issues of faith and how loving he is being in the process. Jim has been married for 15 years to Tracy Pace and together they have three kids. Finally, he is a rabid fan of both 80's hairband rock and Hokie sports! You can check him out at www.jimpace.org or follow him (nlcfjim) on twitter.Read more Read less
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