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Samer Massad

Samer Massad is currently the Director of College Ministry at Woodstock City Church, one of the Atlanta area churches of North Point Ministries. After studying finance at the University of Georgia, he went on to study at Dallas Theological Seminary where he earned his Master's of Theology. Samer's role at Woodstock City affords him the unique opportunity to communicate to students of all ages on a weekly basis. His passion is to communicate the life-changing truth of Jesus in an engaging, relevant, and practical way. He enjoys getting to travel and speak to students ministries from across the country and has previously partnered with Orange, Big Stuf Camps, and High School Camps. 

Samer is one of the most relational and fun-loving guys you will ever meet. He is a coffee snob, a sports junkie and a book nerd. But more than anything he loves being a husband to his wife Julie and a dad to his daughter Harper.


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HOT TOPICS

  1. Reflecting the love of God

  2. What it means to follow Jesus

  3. Dating/Relationships

  4. Leveraging influence and stepping into purpose

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

"As the father of a teenage son and daughter, my wife and I understand how critical it is to have other voices speaking into their lives the things we consider so important. Samer Massad is such a voice. He is by far one of the most impressive emerging young communicators and leaders I have ever met.

Samer's ability to communicate is an incredible gift. He is genuine. He loves the Word. He is hysterical. He loves people. His joy is contagious. He is a servant. He is a leader. He is a man pursuing Jesus. Samer possesses the rare ability of balancing life-changing Biblical truth with practical relevance, all the while using his platform to make much of Jesus.

I believe with all my heart that this generation needs Samer Massad's voice. I cannot wait to see all the ways that God will use him for His renown and fame!"

- Stuart Hall
Communicator
Co Author / The Seven Checkpoints & MAX Q: Developing Students of Influence