The Greater Heritage equips Christians for an abundant life of service, personal spiritual growth and character development through the study of God’s Word and the contributions of His people in the fields of art, literature and music throughout history.
The Greater Heritage is not affiliated with a specific Christian denomination however we are a community committed to the beliefs and doctrines of conservative evangelical Christianity within the Protestant tradition and hold to the core truths of scripture as outlined in our Basic Statement of Faith.
Sound Theology: Cultivating in our readers an understanding of God’s Word, Christian doctrines and spiritual truths so they may better serve God and grow spiritually.
Intellectual Rigor: Developing in our readers an appreciation of the works of His people in art, literature, and music so they may build well-rounded character.
To carry out its mission the Greater Heritage produces written content in the forms of original articles, books and Bible studies. The organization also hosts a digital museum that promotes great works of art, music and literature by Christians throughout history and a weekly podcast featuring Bible studies and Christian book reviews.
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Jeremy was saved at The Wilds Christian camp at age 13 and over the years has developed a passion for apologetics, theology, nonprofits and fundraising work.
Jeremy holds an MBA from the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business, B.S. in Psychology from The University of Central Florida, Certificate from the Stetson University Winter Pastor’s School, Certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, Certificate in Proposal Writing from the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership and Certificate in Nonprofit Management from The University of Central Florida.
He is former University of Central Florida Center for Public and Nonprofit Management Fellow and former James Madison Institute Leaders Fellow.
Jeremy serves as Secretary for the board of the Epilepsy Association of Central Florida and has published two collections of sermons Thoughts for Along the Journey and Something to Write About.
He has been featured in FrontLine Magazine, a publication of Foundations Baptist Fellowship International, and has appeared in the West Volusia Beacon and on WSBB 106.9 Radio’s Morning Show. Jeremy attends Starlight Baptist Church in Winter Springs, FL.
With over 7 years of freelance writing and editorial experience in the fields of mental and holistic health, Nasim serves as the Editor-in-Chief for The Greater Heritage. She possesses a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with over 6 years of professional experience as a social worker and researcher. Her goal is to help individuals to become healthier mentally and physically by adopting a more holistic and natural approach to their lives.