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Fellowship of Christian Athletes brings Robby Gallaty to The Sheid

The local chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Burlsworth Foundation will bring Robby Gallaty to The Sheid for a presentation at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 26. 

Gallaty battled a drug addiction that ravaged his life, but today serves as a senior pastor at Long Hollow Church and is the author of several books.   

For three years, he battled a drug addiction that ravaged his life. A $180 a day heroin and cocaine addiction forced him to steal $15,000 from his parents. After living without gas, electricity, and water for months, losing 8 of his friends to drug related deaths, watching 6 friends arrested, and completing two rehab treatments, Robby remembered the gospel that was shared with him by a friend in college and was radically saved on November 12, 2002.

Eight months later, David Platt, a seminary student and church member at the time, asked Robby to meet weekly for accountability, prayer, and bible study. For the next 2 years, David installed a passion for missions, expository preaching, and disciple-making in his life. He also encouraged Robby to go back to school to pursue theological education.

Robby completed his Masters of Divinity Degree in Expository Preaching in 2007 and his Ph.D. in Preaching in 2011 from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Today, Robby’s gospel conviction and evangelistic zeal drive him to passionately “make disciples who make disciples.”

In addition to his leadership at Long Hollow, Robby is also the founder of Replicate Ministries and the author of several books, including Growing Up, Firmly Planted, and Rediscovering Discipleship.

Robby and his beautiful wife, Kandi, have two young sons: Rig and Ryder.

Admission is free and no tickets are required. 

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