Brandon
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About Brandon...

Brandon Hatmaker is co-founder of Restore Communities, a missional strategist with Missio, and author of "Barefoot Church: Serving the Least in a Consumer Culture".

He is married to author and speaker Jen Hatmaker and has recently added to his family via adoption from Ethiopia. Brandon and Jen are the proud parents to five of the coolest kids in the world: Gavin (15), Sydney Beth (13), Caleb (11), Beniam (10), and Remy (7).

In the fall of 2007, Brandon and Jen started ANC, a faith community focused on equipping the body to serve the poor and marginalized of Austin. As a part of their new adventure in serving their city, they started the organization South Austin Cares. It didn't take long before they realized that more than just South Austin "cared". With so many people and organizations now involved, they changed the name to Restore Austin.

Three years later, and after a new relationship with non-profit leader and now ANC staffer Matthew Hansen, Restore Austin had expanded beyond the Austin city limits to serving across central texas and partnering with several global non-profits. Restore Austin is now Restore Communities serving through a collective effort to impact their city and world.
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Brandon Hatmaker reveals the bridge that links worship and mission and proves how our life becomes authentic to the world and acceptable to God by having our feet firmly planted on each shore.” Andy Hein, Church Mobilization Director, International Justice Mission
“Brandon Hatmaker issues a clear call to the church: to remember her practical, spiritual heritage as the visible manifestation of God’s kingdom rule.” - Ed Stetzer, President of LifeWay Research
"From a deep well of experience, Brandon exposes and then calls us toward a faith that Jesus calls "PURE!" - Hugh Halter, National Director of Missio, Author of Sacrilege & The Tangible Kingdom.
“Brandon Hatmaker offers us an articulate vision of a church that lives true to her calling to be God’s agents of change in a broken world.” - Alan Hirsch, Founder of the Forge Mission Training Network and Author of The Forgotten Ways & Faith of Leap.