Wes Neal is a pastor at Asbury United Methodist Church in Durham, North Carolina. Before Wes and his family came to North Carolina, he taught for three years at Davuilevu Theological College in Fiji. He was raised in Virginia and the Philippines, and, after graduating with a BA in History and Asian Studies from the University of Michigan, has lived in both Indonesia and India. Wes his exposure to different cultures in the world, definitely make his stories very compelling and interesting. He is a real humanitarian champion, being involved in the CROP Hunger Walks as well as refugee resettlement activities. When Wes is asked by Maurice about his thoughts on the younger generation, Wes uses the words invite, relate, welcome and connect regularly and explains how he is able to engage the younger generation in a range of activities. Please like this podcast and follow Maurice Bloem on twitter: @mauricebloem.