Who am I?
My name is Rob Touchstone. I am not my own. I was bought with a price. I am a son of God, a disciple of Jesus, a home for the Holy Spirit, a husband to a beautiful wife, a father of three precious children, a teacher, a church planter, a servant, a friend, an entrepreneur, a mentor, and an imperfect but moldable piece of clay in the hands of God.
I cherish every moment in this journey with my precious wife and three children, my extended family, my church family, my friends, my students, and all of the the amazing people I get to meet and work alongside every day.
This blog is simply an expression of my imperfect practice but passionate desire to listen to Jesus, go where He goes, and do what He does.
What Do I Do
I have a passion for the marginalized, impoverished, and oppressed and believe that one of the most effective ways to address local and global needs is through sustainable impact through business as mission. I wrote the vision for and co-founded The Well Coffeehouse in 2012 as a social enterprise that turns profits into hope for those in need globally while creating an inclusive space to love people locally.
I currently serve full time on the faculty of the College of Business at Lipscomb University and serve as the founding Director of our Center for Business As Mission. In 2013 I planted Well House, a missional network of churches that gather in The Well Coffeehouses each week. I earned a Master of Divinity from Lipscomb University and served students for over 16 years as a youth minister.
My greatest blessing is being a husband and father. I am happily married to Aimee and we have three children – Anna, John Mark, and Mary Ann.