Page2Podcast is a seasonal podcast by Eric Torrence and Greg Holmes, presented by Chase Oaks Church. We go behind the headlines and beyond Sunday morning sermons to discuss in-depth issues of faith, life, and culture. Listen, consider, connect, and converse with us—we’d love to hear from you!

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My name is Eric, and I love discussing life’s biggest questions, faith, culture, and public policy. Before becoming a pastor at Chase Oaks Church, I spent time working on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. I’d love to say I was at the heart of shaping hard-hitting policy, but I mostly opened mail. Ah, the life of an intern. However, my time there led me to re-evaluate a lot about my life, including why I believed what I believed and the power of learning the stories of people who are different than me.

As a child of the early 80s, I am not quite a millennial or a GenXer (though the fact that I resist being labeled might mean I’m a millennial). I grew up during the time of Apple 2Es, the Oregon Trail video game, Saved by the Bell, and the birth of the Internet.

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Hey there, I’m Greg. I am one of the pastors at Chase Oaks Church where I lead our Communications Team and speak as part of our teaching team. I have been a pastor for over 20 years in a variety of churches doing a bunch of different things, but my main interest lies at the intersections of art, theology, Christian community, and culture. I am thankful for the Page2Podcast and the forum it allows for discussion around the dicey dynamics of these important intersections.

I’m also an artist. If you are interested, you can see some of my work at If you like what you see, let me know. If you don’t, you might not need to. 🙂

I have an incredible wife and three extraordinary daughters. I am the most blessed guy I know. Seriously. I am an INTJ and an Enneagram 5 (if you are into those things). I like good art, good beer, and good BBQ. I don’t understand why people like cats, kale, or country music—but I know God loves those people, too.