Author Archives: weylin

Part-Time Space12 Events Coordinator

Since we started Vox, our hope was to be in a space that would allow us to be good neighbors with our city and neighborhood. Space12 was our attempt at living out that dream and hope. In order to keep Space12 sustainable while hosting other non-profits in Austin like Inside Books Project, Allies Against Slavery and various neighborhood associations, we […]

Child Dedication 2016

This past Sunday, we had the privilege to partner with parents and families who are committing to teach and model the life and words of Christ for their own children. As a community, we are committing to support these parents and children and model for them the grace Christ has given to us. Below are some of the families who […]

Baptism 2016

This past Sunday, we celebrated the baptism of 2 people from the Vox community as they publicly marked their journey of faith and their desire to live a Christ-following life. You can read more about their stories below: Colin Simmer Greg Mullen [Photo by brandonfwilson @ Flickr] [Baptism photo by Elaine Roome]

Baptism Profile: Greg Mullen

Name: Greg Mullen Hometown: Harare, Zimbabwe Vocation: Musician Favorite Ice Cream: Mint Chocolate Chip 1. Tell us how your story started. I was born and raised in Zimbabwe and moved to Massachusetts when I was 15. I was brought up in a culture informed by post-colonial British sensibilities and attended a Christian school called St. John’s where we sang hymns […]

Baptism Profile: Colin Simmer

Name: Colin Simmer Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA Vocation: Architect Favorite Ice Cream: Chocolate (New York Super Fudge Chunk) 1. Tell us how your story started. I was raised in Pittsburgh and went to architecture school at Syracuse. After college I moved to LA where I met my wife Sarah. We lived there about 8 years and moved to Austin soon after […]

Part-Time Pastor of Community and Care

As Vox continues to grow, we recognize our need to deepen our community and become more rooted in order to continue to serve our neighborhood and city in a healthy way. In order to better support our church community, we’re praying that someone can help put their gifts and passion of pastoral care to use and serve the Vox community […]

You Get Your Life Back

At the end of October, the Vox and Austin Mustard Seed communities had the privilege of hearing Cherith Fee Nordling speak at our community retreat. The following is a reflection by one of Austin Mustard Seed’s community members after the retreat. “You get your life back.” That one short sentence is how Cherith Fee Nordling encapsulates the entire story of […]