Meet Your {Awesome} Blog Team

Posted by Martica.Luckey on May 8, 2018

Easter Acolyte

It was a turbulent Lenten season, followed by a triumphant Easter, and then came a brief (and well-deserved) break. Now we're back on track and ready to write.

Who's ready? Your NorthPark bloggers!

Take a quick moment to reintroduce yourselves; bios and snapshots are included below.

Next: Watch for new content coming weekly, as the Spirit calls these intrepid volunteers to write from the heart, share the good news (and their struggles), and welcome readers into conversation.

Your final task, should you choose to accept it, is to consider joining us. Do you want to be part of the team? Would you like to write for the blog? Pray on it, and let us know. We'd love to have you!

NorthPark Blog Contributors


Rev. Kelly Staples is NorthPark's Associate Pastor and Director of Youth Ministries. She is a graduate of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and is a fan of most fried foods and all the Texas Rangers.

Suthee Thumasathit 

Dr. Suthee Thumasathit is a Thailand native who grew up in Iowa and is now practices medicine for Texas Health Resources. He is a leader in NorthPark's Thai Fellowship and ordained church elder.

 Jennifer Gattis

Jennifer Hancock-Gattis joined NorthPark in 2007 and is an ordained elder. She holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from the College of William and Mary and an M.A. in Religion from Yale.

 Ty Gomez

Ty Gomez is a NorthPark member, PCUSA ordained elder, and soccer dad. In his spare time, he practices law, plans more unfinished woodworking projects, and cooks for the women in his home.

 Frank Lewis Blogger

Frank Lewis has been a NorthPark leader and member since 1998. Midwestern by birth, he currently resides in Ruston, Louisiana, with his family of five with their dog, Gumbo.

If you feel the call and would like to join our team, please email Seth Sebastian. Current job requirements include a working email address, a positive attitude,* and the ability to share an article every 6-8 weeks.

*Use of the oxford comma is encouraged, but we don't discriminate. 


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