About Me

Liquid Church Services 2016-04-03 (RTD)

Hey everyone! My name is Nithin Thompson and I am the husband of Jackie, the dad of Selah and Wesley and the Teaching Pastor at Liquid Church, a multi-site church with multiple locations throughout New Jersey.

Before that, I was working at Stonecrest Community Church, as the pastor of youth and young adults which is part of a family of Churches called the Christian and Missionary Alliance.

This is my own personal blog.  Here, I focus on what it means to be a follower of Jesus in a post-Christian world.  I believe that followers of Jesus must engage the world we live in thoughtfully and compassionately.

I blog on preaching, theology, the Church, culture and everything in between.  I’ll share random things that may not fit these categories.  I also share resources, training and books that I am discovering.

My purpose is to create content that will make you think differently about culture, following Jesus, and hopefully enable you to live a life of greater purpose and impact.  This stuff is straight from my heart, my gut and my mind.  As I’m in the process of digesting ideas, you get my raw and often unedited thinking.

I typically post once a week.  Feel free to comment on the blog and share this stuff with your friends and leadership teams.

My Top Posts

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My Biography

I grew up in a Christian home.  My dad is a United Methodist Pastor, so that is the tribe that raised me, the Baptists saved me, and the Christian and Missionary Alliance trained and unleashed me.  When I was 14 I made a decision to follow Jesus with my entire heart, soul, mind and strength.  After that I felt a call to go into ministry.

I went to Nyack College to study youth ministry and philosophy.  While at Nyack, I began to explore my inner brokenness.  I discovered a powerful concept called emotional healthy spirituality.  I also had a profound experience with the Holy Spirit where I now believe that God speaks, but also that there is an unseen world that coincides with the visible world.

After Nyack I spent five months with YWAM in Montana.  Three months were on the base, and then I spent two months in Newcastle England and Northern Ireland.  In that experience, I really felt a call to missions.  So I enrolled at Alliance Theological Seminary to study theology and missions.

While in seminary, I did an internship with a community development organization called The Boston Project Ministries.  That is where I met and courted my beautiful wife Jackie.  When seminary came to an end, I got a call from Stonecrest Community Church to come and work as their youth pastor.

I married Jackie on July 18, 2009.  We have a beautiful daughter named Selah and a son named Wesley.  My hobbies include running, reading, writing and listening to music (heavy metal especially).  We live in beautiful North Plainfield, New Jersey.

My Contact Information

You can contact me via e-mail or follow me on Twitter or Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram (Nithin81).

Disclaimer

This is my personal blog. The opinions I express here do not necessarily represent those of my employer, Liquid Church. The information I provide is on an as-is basis. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

4 Comments

  1. Hi Pastor Nithin,

    I’m writing to find out ask what degree you received from Alliance Theo Seminary? Did your studies include Hebrew & Greek grammar/exegesis, and hermeneutics? Thanks so much! Have a blessed day, Kate

  2. Pastor Nithin, I just want to say thank you for that beautiful sermon you gave to the Market Street Mission graduation class in July. As a mother it was very encouraging to me and it uplifted my spirit! My son Jacob continues working and learning with the mission. May God continue to bless your family and your ministry.

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