Gregg Louis Taylor

Gregg Louis Taylor

Recognized and sought out for his compassionate and relatable way of inviting and inspiring others to love and be loved, Gregg Louis Taylor speaks regularly to a variety of audiences in large and small gatherings, including churches, conferences, and leadership events. Gregg co-hosts the reClaimed Podcast, is a Fellow with Project CURATE (Center for Urban Reconciliation and Theological Education), and a former board chair of the NACR (National Association for Christian Recovery), which offers resources and training and hope to individuals and churches engaged in addiction recovery.

An ordained pastor in The United Methodist Church, Gregg’s 30-year pastoral and leadership journey has taken him into multiple contexts: from major urban environments to maximum-security prisons, stripped down rooms of AA, NA (and many other A’s) to well-adorned sanctuaries of big-steeple churches. Gregg has worked to close gaps that separate people, give voice to the voiceless, and build communities of authenticity and hope.

Currently, Gregg serves as pastor with Houston: reVision, an organization which connects the city’s most disconnected youth with caring adults and positive peer relationships. Prior to joining the reVision team, Gregg was the pastor of Mercy Street, a diverse community of radical grace and hospitality for marginalized and hurting people, many recovering from addiction.

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Books by Gregg Louis Taylor