Micah Ray


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The One Thing

The one thing that is most important to me is being a Christ-follower.  I have spent a lot of time reading the teachings of Christ and what it means to be a true follower.  It isn’t always easy, but I’m on a journey -- with His help -- to follow Him faithfully until I die.  If something about that intrigues you, let me know, and we’ll strike up a conversation about what it means and how it can be right for you.  Or you can view the grand narrative of which I am a part -- and you are, too.


Favorite songs

  1. 1.Lose My Soul (TobyMac)

  2. 2.The Motions (Matthew West)

  3. 3.Steal My Show (TobyMac)

  4. 4.Background (Lecrae)

  5. 5.Revelation (Third Day)

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My family: Jennifer (wife), Hannah & Abby (daughters)

Home base: High Point, NC

Vacation: A different place every time

Favorite book: Radical by David Platt

Favorite movie: Lord of the Rings

Strengths: Connectedness,  Ideation, Strategic, Maximize, Belief

After working for Liberty Hardware 17 years, I felt a calling in my life to switch careers.  In 2011, I surrendered my life to full-time ministry.  Shortly thereafter, God opened a door for me to serve full-time as the campus pastor for Life Community Church’s first satellite church.

Now I work to develop organize, equip and mobilize volunteers at the Lexington campus in High Point.  I teach classes, lead community outreach projects and speak for our church services from time to time. 

I also love to spending time with my family.  I have an amazing wife and two great daughters.  I try my best to balance my time so that I can give to them as well.

I love to travel.  I am curious about other people and their cultures.  My trips have been a mix of pleasure, business and ministry.

I have a passion for creating ideas.  I can’t help it.  When I get into a conversation with someone, the ideas just start to flow.

Teaching is something that comes natural to me.  It doesn’t take much for me to slip into teaching mode, explaining and showing how something works or what can be learned from it.

You can a longer profile about my recent journey into full-time ministry here: