He and his wife Michelle are impacting thousands of people with the gospel each year through live events and online. Their speaking ministry has taken them to the ends of the earth, and thousands of people have trusted in Christ as a result of their ministry. They also minister to more than half million followers on social media daily.
Everything For the Gospel
The point of everything we do is to point to Christ.
Think Eternity puts on multiple live events each year in various cities bringing together hundreds of churches, and thousands of people around the gospel.
Matt has been taking dozens of speaking invitations each year for over a decade in a variety of denominational and generational settings.
Even though he is a simple gospel preacher, God has allowed him to share the goodness of Jesus alongside well known artists such as Third Day, MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Lecrae, Kari Jobe, Tenth Avenue North, Switchfoot, Big Daddy Weave, Shane & Shane, and Christian speakers such as Francis Chan, Will Graham, Dr. Ronnie Floyd, Ed Stetzer, Brad Lomenick, Kevin Palau, Jefferson Bethke, John Luke Robertson, Ron Luce and more.
Matt shares regularly on Christian radio, and has been a guest on dozens of stations across the nation.
Our team ministers to more than half million followers on social media daily.
Matt Brown & Think Eternity have been featured on The Bible App, Bible Gateway, CATALYST, The Christian Post, LifeWay, Focus on the Family, The Willow Creek Association, ChurchLeaders.com, Pastors.com, The Gospel Coalition and other leading Christian ministries.
History and Upbringing
Matt and Michelle Brown's heritage is one of rich spiritual DNA and a strong picture of many Christian denominations coming together.
It is no wonder their passion is to unify churches and denominations around the cross, and carrying the message of the Gospel to those outside the Church.
Matt's ethnic heritage includes Italian Catholics who were known for praying for their future ancestors, and German Mennonnites, including one ancestor who served as the first missionary to China for the Anabaptist Mennonite movement in 1909 and even spent time in prison for spreading the Gospel.
Michelle's family comes from a line of preachers. One of her ancestors was ordained by John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement. Michelle's grandfather, G. Mark Denyes was the founding Pastor of Emmanuel, a mega-church near the Twin Cities, while it was still just a few families meeting in the basement of a home. He served as the Lead Pastor, followed by Michelle's dad. Together, they led the church for more than a half century - seeing the church grow from a handful of families in the basement of a home, to what is today one of the largest Assemblies of God churches in the nation.
Matt and Michelle were both impacted by a several year revival called "Monday Night Jam" that took place just before their twenties in the town of Delano, Minnesota. God moved powerfully on a group of Catholic youth who met for a weekly worship night. This student-led gathering soon included band members from various denominational backgrounds, including Baptist, Lutheran, Catholic, Assemblies of God and Evangelical Free. For several years, 4-600 students gathered in worship each week in a Public High School with a population of 650 students. Church groups drove in from several hours away for a one hour worship night, as they heard of what was taking place. For an entire school year during this time, zero disciplinary problems were reported in the entire student body. Many students experienced the Presence of God, many Biblical miracles took place and countless people turned to follow Christ as a result of what took place.