What’s with all the Green?

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In short, green represents growth. Green represents the cultivation of growth. God has called me to cultivate growth within myself and others.

Jeremy Norton - Harley MugMy name’s Jeremy and this is my blog. I’ve designed it around my personal mission statement: “Serving Christ by cultivating biblical leadership through writing, equipping and communications.” Within a few clicks, you’ll find a wealth of biblical leadership content and useful ministry resources.

I strive to write three times per week. Most content stems from a Christian world-view and contains many biblical references. However, you’ll also find a fair share of personal life experience, as I strive to become the leader God has called me to be.


Perhaps, you’re a first time reader? Feel free to use the search tool located to the right of the screen (under the title banner), to look for specific content. Alternately, check my Archives Page (under the About drop-down menu) and scroll through a variety of posts and resources that may be of interest to you.

If all that seems like a bit too much work, I’d suggest starting with the following; seven of my most popular posts, chosen by readers just like you.


I live in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. I serve as Pastor of Community Life & Equipping with Whitehorse Baptist Church, which includes a seasonal position as Camp Director with Marsh Lake Bible Camp.

I have not taken the most direct career path to get me where I am today. Both in education and experience, I have moved in and out of the ministry and business worlds. I don’t believe this has been by mistake. God has clearly meshed these two career paths to provide me with some valuable insight into reaching and teaching others.

Over the past fifteen years, I have served in a variety of ministries; youth, college, men’s, small groups, outreach, missions, wilderness, camp and even preaching when the opportunity presents itself. In contrast, I have also held roles in the marketplace, specifically selling and coordinating guest experiences within the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. These positions have particularly impacted my view on outreach and evangelism. I often find myself wondering how a guest would experience a certain church or ministry.

When I’m not working, I obviously enjoy writing blog posts or content for book projects. Moreover, connecting with others energizes me; be it face-to-face or online through social media. I’m a podcast and audio book junky, based more in non-fiction genres with leadership content or How To themes. I like anything made by Apple and find myself Jeremy - Cherrydabbling in photo and video editing from time to time.

When the tech side of my brain needs a break, I enjoy riding my motorcycle. Cruising down a country road on my ’79 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead is pure bliss. In 2013, I decided to match my love for motorcycles with my desire to share the Gospel, by joining the Holy Ghost Riders Motorcycle Ministry.

I’m an average guitar player and have always been involved in music and church worship teams. Though, my iTunes playlists carry a wide variety of genres. Spending time in God’s creation also refreshes me, so I try to engage in a wide variety of outdoor pursuits, depending on the season. And no matter what I’m doing, coffee is a staple. From high-priced espresso to gas-station joe; I’ve tried it all and I’m just happy to get a cup.

Lastly and most importantly, I cherish my time with my wife (Nicole) and our two boys (Jude and Luke). Outdoor activity with them is often the most memorable. However, some days, nothing’s better than a family movie night, with all four of us snuggled on the couch with a big bowl of popcorn.

I try to remind myself daily, that biblical leadership begins at home.


Please feel free to send me a message at jeremy@leadbiblically.com or give me a call at (867) 335-7524. Alternately, visit my Contact page (under the About drop-down menu) to connect via Skype, FaceTime or through your favourite social network. For local contacts, I’d be more than willing to meet and grab a coffee.

To fellow authors, I’m always looking for new resources. If the fit is right, I’d welcome your content as a potential guest-post. At your convenience, fill out the contact form below. Please note that all submitted posts should hold a 200-500 word-count and should fit into one of the categories found in the above menu bar.

Once again, enjoy your time browsing my blog. Thanks for joining me on this journey, serving Christ by cultivating biblical leadership!

In His Service,


This is my personal blog. The thoughts and opinions shared on this site do not necessarily represent those of Whitehorse Baptist Church or Marsh Lake Bible Camp. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays, in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

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