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Mark Sooy

Biblical Worldview, Government/Economics, Shakespeare

Dr. Mark Sooy has served as a teacher with First Addition for many years. He is a teacher, theologian, author, pastor, worship leader and musician. He has served in ministry as a college/university professor, in pastoral ministry, and in ministry consulting. In addition, he teaches private music lessons in partnership with his wife through their home music studio.

Mark holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from LBC | Capital Seminary with a focus on the spiritual formation of leaders, a Master of Arts in Historical Theology from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary of Cornerstone University, and a Bachelor of Theology degree with an emphasis in Pastoral Studies from Grace Bible College (with majors in Bible, Theology and Music).

He is also a commissioned graduate of the Centurions Program and trained by Charles Colson (of Prison Fellowship and Breakpoint) and other leading Christian thinkers to declare and defend the Truth of the Christian Worldview.

Mark’s published work includes articles for periodical publications, devotionals, as well as three books:
Essays on Martin Luther’s Theology of Music;
The Life of Worship: Rethink, Reform, Renew; and,
Lessons in the Silence of God.
A fourth book, co-authored with Elisabeth Sooy, is titled:
Weekday Wisdom: Daily Reflections for Leaders and Administrators

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