I’m the founding pastor at Love Wins, a faith community in Raleigh NC, and the executive director of The Love Wins Community Engagement Center, where we seek to prove that the opposite of homelessness is community. And for some people, I’m the pastor of last resort.
In my free time, I’m also the editor of The Hughsletter, where I send five beautiful things to your inbox each Monday, and I speak around the country about building community as a method of social change. I blog somewhat sporadically at Hugh’s Blog, and I tweet at @hughlh. Random stuff that doesn’t fit anywhere else goes on Tumblr.
Grey is my favorite color. I don’t have a plan. I like peanut M&Ms. My wife Renee and I live in downtown Raleigh, NC, where we co-parent three cats and three chickens and about 20,000 bees.
The best way to reach me is by emailing me at email@example.com. I read all my mail, but can’t guarantee a response due to volume.
- I presented at the Triangle Case Manager’s Society’s Spring conference, where I sought to demonstrate that the opposite of homelessness is community.
- Was a Lenten Series speaker at Church of The Holy Family, where I spoke on how to build communities of resistance to the Powers That Be.
- Spoke to the Just Faith class at St. Francis of Assisi parish, where we discussed systemic inequality and the Principalities and Powers.
- Launched the Sustaining Member program at The Hughsletter, where folks can choose to pay an optional $48 a year subscription in order to support the project.
- Back at Auburn Seminary for three days to meet with the Economic Justice cohort.
- Preached on MLK weekend at Valley Presbyterian Church in Portola Valley, Calaifornia, and led a workshop on MLK day to discuss ways to build equitable relationships that can change the world.
Thanks for your interest.