Dr. Bryan McCabe
Bryan serves as a pastor at North Way Christian Community, a multi-site, interdenominational church located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He serves as the founder and director of the Transformational Urban Leadership Institute. He also provides leadership with a faith-based, youth mentoring initiative called the Learning and Mentoring Partnership, or LAMP, in the Homewood neighborhood of Pittsburgh. He is actively engaged in urban church planting, having planted North Way’s East End location in 2012 and currently assisting with the launch of the House of Manna, an urban, missional faith community in Homewood. He also serves as a pastoral liaison with all of North Way’s local transformational outreach partners in the Pittsburgh region.
Bryan is passionate about urban missiology, multi-ethnic church, urban youth, justice, reconciliation, advocacy, and transformational leadership. He writes, speaks, and teaches locally and globally on those issues often. Bryan lives out incarnational leadership in Homewood with his wife, Julie, and his daughters, Kyra and Sierra. He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from Bakke Graduate University in Transformational Leadership for the Global City in 2012. He graduated from Fresno State University with a Master of Arts degree in Education Administration and Supervision in 2004, and he graduated from Malone University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education in 1998. He currently serves as a professor of urban missiology at Bakke Graduate University.