The Rev. Dr. Quincy Brown

Denomination: United Methodist Church (UMC)
Organization: Peachtree City United Methodist Church, Peachtree City, GA

The Rev. Dr. Quincy Brown is Executive Pastor at Peachtree City United Methodist Church in Peachtree City, GA, where he has served since June 2015. For the previous couple of years Quincy led efforts for a new church plant, Threshold Church, in Newnan, GA.

For 17 years Quincy worked at LaGrange College, in LaGrange, GA, as the chaplain and Vice President for Spiritual Life and Church Relations. During that time he was also on staff at LaGrange First United Methodist Church.

He holds a BS degree from DeVry, a master of divinity from Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and a doctor of ministry from the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA.

He's the author of two books: QUEST: Stories as Guides Through Life's Transitions, and, The QUEST for Vocation: A Personal Journey to Discern a Life's Calling.

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You're Not Yourself When You're Hungry

Monday June 01, 2015
Quincy Brown says desert wilderness, where we confront our deepest hungers and fears, can take many forms in our lives, yet with every wilderness experience--as Israel would discover--there is the possibility of finding the Promised Land.

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Quincy Brown: To Be Seen, Heard, and Belong

Monday June 01, 2015
A few years ago I attended a church conference, and since this was my first time, I didn’t know what to expect. I was apprehensive and already wondering how long I was going to be able to keep my mind from wandering. At exactly 8:30 am the keynote speaker began his talk. A couple of the things that the speaker challenged the group to consider during the conference were two questions: “Who am I?” and “What breaks my heart?”

Quincy Brown: Are You Ready?

Monday June 01, 2015
Are you ready for Christmas? From the entire list checking rituals that we all do, Christmas can be a difficult time of year. For instance, when the movies industry, department stores, and restaurants make a full court press in marketing Christmas on November 1, and virtually skipping over Thanksgiving, (and Advent) it only adds more things to our list. With all of these things added to my list, there are times when I feel like Charlie Brown and I just don’t understand Christmas at all.

Quincy Brown: Failure in Church Planting is an Option

Monday June 01, 2015
Failure is a powerful word. It carries a negative connotation. Nobody wants to fail. It’s so powerful that many of us don’t like to admit that there are times that we succumb to the “I can’t do anything right” syndrome. It’s abrupt and scary. Failure is a label that’s placed on us that can forever debilitate us, making us feel that we will never measure up (again).