Ben Stuart

Ben Stuart is the pastor of Passion City Church, Washington D.C. Prior to joining Passion City Church, Ben served for eleven years as the executive director of Breakaway Ministries, a weekly Bible study attended by thousands of college students on the campus of Texas A&M. Ben earned a master’s degree in historical theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. Ben and his wife, Donna, live to inspire and equip people to walk with God for a lifetime. They live in the District with their three kids, Hannah, Sparrow, and Owen.

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Pastor Ben Stuart remembers the first time he saw his wife, Donna. He talks about the circumstances that lead to their courtship and eventual engagement. View Show Notes →
Ben Stuart remembers the season he took a "time out" from the dating scene to focus on the Lord and recover emotionally after his parents' divorce. He also presents the purpose for singleness. View Show Notes →
Would you like your son or daughter to have the same dating experience as you? Ben Stuart talks with Dave and Ann Wilson about the dating culture and practices on today's college campuses. View Show Notes →
Pastor Ben Stuart remembers the first time he saw his wife, Donna. He talks about the circumstances that lead to their courtship and eventual engagement. View Show Notes →
Ben Stuart remembers the season he took a "time out" from the dating scene to focus on the Lord and recover emotionally after his parents' divorce. Ben talks about the purpose for singleness. View Show Notes →
Would you like your son or daughter to have the same dating experience as you? Ben Stuart talks with Dave and Ann Wilson about the dating culture and practices on today's college campuses. View Show Notes →
Ben Stuart gives some guidelines for parents to consider as they prepare their kids for the dating years. View Show Notes →
Is singleness a gift? View Show Notes →
What kind of temptations can a student be expected to face on the college campus? View Show Notes →
Ben Stuart talks with Dennis Rainey about the spiritual hunger on today's college campus. View Show Notes →