Real Faith is a family Bible-teaching ministry from Pastor Mark Driscoll, his wife Grace Driscoll, and their oldest daughter Ashley Chase.
It’s All About Jesus!
Faith that does not result in good deeds is not real faith. -James 2:20
Real Faith is truly a family ministry, founded by Pastor Mark Driscoll and his wife Grace as well as their daughter Ashley. Together, they cover topics for the whole family from leadership to marriage and parenting, Spanish resources, and beyond. As always, it’s all about Jesus, so you’ll find Bible-centered teaching, daily devotions, classes, videos, study guides, and more, created for real people with real questions about real life with Jesus. You can even sign up for emails so all these resources are delivered to your inbox. We hope and pray that God transforms your life and legacy as you discover His Word and are empowered by His Spirit.
Pastor Mark Driscoll
With Pastor Mark, it’s all about Jesus! He is a spiritual leader, prolific author, and compelling speaker, but at his core, he is a family man. Mark and his wife Grace have been married and doing vocational ministry together since 1993 and, along with their five kids, planted Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Arizona as a family ministry.
Pastor Mark, Grace, and their oldest daughter, Ashley, also started RealFaith Ministries, which contains a mountain of Bible teaching for men, women, couples, parents, pastors, leaders, Spanish speakers, and more.
With a master’s degree in exegetical theology from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, he has spent the better part of his life teaching verse-by-verse through books of the Bible, contextualizing its timeless truths and never shying away from challenging, convicting passages that speak to the heart of current cultural dilemmas.
Together, Mark and Grace have co-authored Win Your War and Real Marriage, and he co-authored a father-daughter project called Pray Like Jesus with his daughter, Ashley. Pastor Mark has also written numerous other books including Spirit-Filled Jesus, Who Do You Think You Are?, Vintage Jesus, and Doctrine.
Grace Driscoll loves to talk about Jesus, and her life reflects it. Since her early years as a pastor’s daughter, Grace has had a passion for God’s Word and sharing the hope of the Gospel with others, including a young high schooler named Mark Driscoll who didn’t know Jesus from a hole in the ground. She gave him a Bible, and they have been together ever since. One marriage and five kids later their ministry is thriving, and Jesus gets all the glory!
Born and raised in Seattle, Grace holds a B.A. in Communications from Washington State University, which she’s put to use in interviews on The View, Fox and Friends, and Loveline. She currently oversees the women’s ministry at Trinity Church, Real Women, which she helped plant with Mark and her kids, and has also co-authored two books, Real Marriage and Win Your War.
With a heart for helping women grow in God’s Word and live in his wisdom, Grace thanks God every day for the journey he has her on and can’t wait to see what’s next.
The oldest of the Driscoll’s five children, Ashley grew up traveling with her dad as he preached God’s Word—and Mark’s passion for the Gospel rubbed off. Ashley’s heart to reach the nations for Jesus led her to study theology at Capernwray Bible School in Costa Rica, as well as pursue studies in Linguistics and a Master’s in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Arizona State University’s Barrett Honors College. While at ASU, Ashley helped organize a prayer tent that has prayed night and day since 2004 for the awakening of a generation to God.
Ashley now serves as Executive Director of RealFaith Ministries and oversees the translation of resources into Spanish and Portuguese, languages in which she’s proficient. She’s co-authored the book Pray Like Jesus and also hosts the weekly program RealFaith Live.
Married to Landon Chase, a pastor at Trinity Church, since 2020, Ashley loves how God has centered her family around the singular calling to reach others for Christ—whether at a coffee shop in Scottsdale, a community in Brazil, or wherever. Because like her dad and mom, for Ashley it’s all about Jesus!