Meet our Hosts!
About Me: Hello everyone! My name is Zach Collins and I am one of the hosts of ‘Let’s Talk About Christianity’. I was born and raised in the small town of Paintsville, Kentucky, the home market for ‘LTA’. I am a faithful member of the Paintsville Church of Christ. I currently attend Morehead State University where I am seeking a degree in Middle Grades Education. I enjoy a variety of hobbies and interests including speaking, blogging, preaching, coaching, and teaching. In 1 Peter 4:10, Peter says, “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace:” Since a young age, I have felt that my gift was the ability to affect the lives of others through a positive impact. As a servant of God, it is my intent to use my gift to serve others as a steward of God. By co-hosting ‘LTA’, along with my future career choice and interests, I am afforded this opportunity daily. So, come along with Keith and I on our journey to find the purest form of truth, love and answers, which is the Bible. Through our podcast and blog, it is my prayer that our presence, words, and ideals can make a difference in your relationship with God.
About Me: Hey y’all! My name is Keith Olbricht and I am one of the hosts of “Let’s Talk About Christianity.” I am a native of rural Southern Missouri. My wife Stacy and I have been married for two and a half decades and together we have four children: Ben (and his wife Sarah), Kaitlyn, Shelby, and Emma. I am a graduate of Memphis School of Preaching, and I also have a degree in Business Administration. I have been the preacher at Paintsville Church of Christ since 2013. I enjoy a variety of hobbies and interests including writing, woodworking, the outdoors, and being a dad.
One of the greatest blessings of preaching is constantly being afforded the opportunity to interact with people. Sure, sometimes I see people at their worst, but I also get to see them at their very best. One of our goals of this blog and podcast is to open the dialogue through which all of us can hopefully rise above those “worst” times to walk beautifully in the glorious light of our Lord and Savior.