Stephen Kasun joined the GCF staff in 2016. Stephen and his wife, Jessalynn, grew up in Missoula, but have just recently returned having lived in Los Angeles for the past 2 years. Stephen is currently working on a finance degree with plans for seminary when he finishes. They are both excited to be back in Missoula and to have the opportunity to serve Sovereign Hope and GCF.
What if I don’t like what this verse says about me? Stephen Kasun helps frame our conflicts with an understanding of scripture.
If the way you identify as a “college student” says something, Stephen Kasun says the way you identify as a Christian should say more.
We all love something new. Stephen Kasun helps us understand why our hearts are hardwired for something fresh as he ties our longing to gospel transformation
Sin wages war on our souls from within our own hearts, and from outside in the natural world. Stephen Kasun helps us find hope for our two front war in his newest post.
So often what becomes normal for culture becomes normal for the Christian. In this post, Stephen Kasun helps us diagnose the substance of our diets and corrects it with the importance of the gospel.
Community is something we all do. But as Christians we should view it in right relationship to the substance of our community. Stephen Kasun helps us understand the rite and role of community in the church.
The world has a lot of needs, but how can we treat both the seen and unseen needs as distinctly Christian? Stephen Kasun helps us understand the ultimate hope for social justice in a broken world.
Increasingly we will face open controversy because of our Christian beliefs. Stephen Kasun helps us understand the opportunity this presents, and the tension that exists between grace and truth.