Chris Horst : Book Reviews

Chris Horst

Chris Horst

Since starting in 2006, Chris Horst has served in a variety of roles at HOPE International. As vice president of development, Chris employs his passion for advancing initiatives at the intersection of entrepreneurship and the Gospel to share HOPE International’s  story with new and existing supporters. In addition to his role at HOPE International, Chris serves on the boards of the Denver Institute for Faith & Work and the Colorado Microfinance Alliance. Chris has been published in Christianity Today and co-authored Mission Drift with Peter Greer (2014). Chris received his B.S. in business from Taylor University in Indiana and his MBA at Bakke Graduate University. He and his wife, Alli, have two sons and one daughter, Desmond, Abe, and June, and live in Denver, CO, where they are active members of City Church Denver.  

  • Book Review: Strong and Weak by Andy Crouch

    James P. Sullivan unleashed a soul-shaking roar. His patented bellow was the reason “Sully”—the lovable protagonist in Pixar’s Monsters, Inc.—was the best in the scaring business. But as he produced his textbook yell, he saw for the first time the result of his authority: fear. Scaring sleeping children, as his superiors told Sully, created the energy