Brandon CoxHey, welcome! I’m glad you’re here!

I’d love to hear about YOU and what you do (using the form below…) but first, let me share a little more about who I am…


I’m a communications guy.

I create websites and web-based platforms for organizations and leaders. I specialize in faith-based and nonprofit communications, social media management, and email marketing.

I write. I’ve been blogging for over 15 years. I’ve had articles published in a number of major online publications including Leadership JournalMinistry Today, Outreach, and The Church Executive. I wrote a book about how churches can utilize social media to spread their message more effectively called Rewired and have spoken in various conferences on this topic.

I’m an ordained Pastor and church planter and have served local churches for twenty-five years ranging in size from a few dozen to over 30,000 per weekend. I’ve coached pastors and ministry leaders and spent a decade re-launching and managing one of the largest online communities for church leaders in the world, Rick Warren’s

I’m also the founder of Preaching for Change and it’s accompanying weekly newsletter, The Reflectionary, which is sent to over 25,000 subscribers, many of whom are pastors, church leaders, and entrepreneurs.


I’m originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky where my family goes back a couple of centuries. My sweet, beautiful wife, Angie, and I were high school sweethearts and have been married since June 14, 1997. She’s a very talented therapist. Her heart breaks for the broken and she’s changed my life by loving me so faithfully and graciously.

We have three awesome kids and an affectionate little dog, all of whom you can meet via Instagram.

I’m passionate about a lot of issues. I care a lot about leaders who are walking through pain and need friends and allies. I’m burdened for the broken, the oppressed, and the marginalized. I’m an unapologetic social justice advocate. And I love wrestling through faith issues with people who have big doubts and questions.

I love to travel, hike, read, and see the world, especially with my wife and kids.

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