Putting Out the Fires of Doubt
Zac Terry Outreach Ministry from the pulpit, retreats, revivals, and youth rallies
One of the biggest challnges we face as Christians is looking at ourselves through the world‚ which limits us in what we can do. We need to look at ourselves as God sees us which allows us to do anything he calls us to do. – Zac Terry
As captain of the Canebrake Fire Department, Zac Terry knows a few things about putting out fires. His life-long struggle with dyslexia and attention deficit disorder that has allowed him to recognize how God finds us in our weakness and uses those weaknesses for His glory. Zac uses a non-traditional approach to help students of all ages discover how
they can live a Christ-centered life amid their imperfections. Also, by drawing from his experience as a medical first responder, Zac’s heart-felt message applies biblical principles to everyday life and illustrates how God’s word remains a living document that is as applicable today as it was when it was written.Zac has been involved in youth and lay-speaking ministry for the past ten years in varying capacities. He has acted as District Youth Coordinator, a certified lay speaker and as a youth minister. He currently serves as a youth and outreach minister at Pisgah United Methodist Church in Fountain Inn, SC. Additionally, Zac is a site construction leader for the Rock Hill, SC Salkehatchie summer service camp.