Robbie Stofel

 

411 Sherman Street

Decatur, AL 35601

 Robbie Stofel is the founding and senior pastor of Vintage Faith Church, which began in 2006. Vintage Faith Church is the “little church with a big heart”, particularly when it comes to uplifting those who are hurting. We reflect the love of our Savior, Jesus Christ, leading others to a deeper relationship with God.

Robbie is a “storytelling pastor”, with a talent for weaving the Gospel message into story, bringing the love of God within reach for each listener. Robbie has also established therapeutic writing programs, particularly for adolescents, including the award-winning 360West Project (www.360WestProject.com).

His Pastoral heart and love of creative writing combined in his own authored works:

  • God, Are We There Yet? Published by Cook Communications 2004—Also, translated into Spanish and published by Zondervan

  • God, How Much Longer? Published by Cook Communications 2005—Also translated into Spanish and published by Zondervan

  • Survival Notes for Graduates Published in 2004 by Ambassador Books

  • Survival Notes for Teens Published in 2005 by Ambassador Books

  • Survival Notes for New Parents Published in November 2008

  • Survival Notes for Race Fans Published in May 2010

  • Survival Notes for Those Who Mourn Published May 2013

 

Robbie was awarded the 2000 Writer’s Digest Essay Award for his work “Post-it Note at the Edge of Faulkner’s Yard”. He has appeared as guest on various radio and television shows, in addition to his numerous nationwide speaking engagements.

2010 - present

2010 - present

Our Pastor

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