Garrett Laubscher’s heart yearns for the justice of God to make the broken things of this world whole. He loves fully and feels deeply, and it shows in how he works to proclaim the love and reign of Christ to all our middle and high school students. He wants them to know the story of God and the life Jesus offers. He wants them to see what it means to be loved by God, no matter where they’ve been, what they’ve done, or what’s been don’t to them. He’s a champion for the vulnerable and a prophetic voice to the rest of us. He’s a kind soul and faithful friend.
Garrett is an artist both with words and images. He writes some of the best sermons I’ve ever read or heard. He also creates all of WCC’s digital media. Without him we’d be stuck with flannel graphs and stock images from Microsoft Word.
Garrett is a faithful husband, father, son and grandson. I am thankful for his pastoral leadership, service and friendship. Above all I’m thankful to call him my friend and co-worker in God’s mission.