About me

Who is Adam Lickey?

Well, I wear many hats! I am first and foremost a Christ-follower. I am a husband. Father of 5 totally cool kids (Karis, Eli, Luke, Silas, and Zoe). It is my joy to be the Lead Pastor of Northbrook Church. My family and I live just outside of Jackson, TN.

What’s your background?

I grew up in central Missouri. I attended a little country church all my childhood. After professing Jesus Christ as my Savior and the Leader of my life at 8 years old I was baptized in a muddy lake.  I have studied long and hard for a few pieces of paper on my wall:

  • M.Div from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY
  • B.A. in Christian Studies at Union University in Jackson, TN
  • Ph.D in Theology and Apologetics at Liberty University
What’s so special about this blog?
I have been in ministry my whole adult life. I was a paid intern for several years at a great church while finishing up college.  I worked as the sole part time youth guy at a small little church in MO right after getting married and going to seminary. Through God’s grace I secured a full time role at a great church in a small town in TN.  I now find myself in a bigger city, working with a larger staff and some amazing people.  God has been good.
This translates into many years of ministry experiences!  I believe this blog will draw from the variety of settings I have seen and be able to connect with wherever you are.
It is my prayer that you will find resources, encouragement, and challenge in on every page you come to.
Here is a sample of encouragement I hope you find on this site.  I preached about the Unbreakable Joy of the Lord.  Here is the video.


13 thoughts on “About me

    • Thanks Cameron,
      I love to link to solid stuff and the Rooted Blog is one of the best out there for youth ministry. Let’s connect more on the different ministries we have going. I would like to learn more about what you do. I am totally on board with the message of theology driving youth ministry, so thanks for your efforts in that direction!
      For His glory,

  1. Hi Adam,
    Thanks for visiting my blog and “liking” a post. Youth ministry always looks such a challenging but ultimately rewarding ministry, and I look forward to reading more about it on your blog.
    God bless you,

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