I've been a reluctant leader for most of my adult life. Unaware that leading people to understand their true purpose in life is my passion and calling. I believe true purpose can only be found when a person places their hope in Jesus Christ. Equipped with a strong knowledge of Scripture and a passion to lead others, I have been blessed to see the impact of my teaching in people’s lives over the past 15 years in the U.S. and internationally. A strong ability to relate biblical concepts to a wide variety of people gives me the opportunity to engage in many culturally diverse settings.
God has been faithful to this kid from the projects
We planted a local congregation in our community in which the members come from all walks of life. I enjoy leading others to grow in their intimacy with Christ. My mantra is "know God, love people and show it". More about our community: Norteast Community Church
I've always been creative, but circumstances throughout life have often caused my creativity to be supressed. Since the pandemic of 2020 I've had a lot more time to devote towards creative outlets. It has been reinvigorating to tackle some of the passions I have always had. Stick around and see what I'm creating these days.
I didn't even know that this term meant until my brother Ryan Nowakowski. A polymath is a person whose knowledge spans a substantial range of subjects, known to draw on complex bodies of knowledge to solve specific problems. He's always getting me into trouble, so if it sound pretencious blame him. I always used terms like "looking for another data point", or "overly cautious" to describe myself, when it came to making decisions and solving problems. I would master a subject until it fulfilled its purpose and then move on to the next issue. Evidentally this term fits much better. Who knew? I think I'm going to stick with Polymath, again if you don't like it blame Ryan.
Author is the latest endeavor I am embarking on. Stay tuned for my bestseller. At least it will be in my own mind.