Chapel

I Am Not the Gardener

Dr. Jake Gross, dean of DTS-ATL, takes a moment to reflect on how peace is not found in planning, but rather in the confession that God is the Gardener of life and the actions of abiding in Jesus, the Vine.

Jake Gross
Dr. Jake Gross has been with DTS for the past four years and was recently appointed Dean of DTS-Atlanta. Prior to this role, Jake served as the Director of Passion Global Institute, DTS’s partnership with Passion City Church in Atlanta. Jake completed his undergrad and master’s work at Auburn University and his Ph.D. in Higher Education from Azusa Pacific University. He and his wife, Emily, reside in Marietta, GA and are the proud parents of three daughters, Abby Jane, 12, and Blythe & Joy, twin 10 year olds.
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