180 Homes Pastor

Duncan Sprague

Originally from the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Duncan Sprague grew up in the rugged mountains and river breaks of Northern Idaho. It was there, in his late teens, he became a committed Christ-follower.

Duncan moved to Portland, OR, completing an undergraduate degree in Bible and Theology from Multnomah University. Throughout the 80s he was a youth, college, and young adults pastor, leading regular summer mission teams with Cadence International. That’s where he met his wife and they found their earliest passions for ministering together.

Duncan and Angie were married in 1990, spending their early years on staff at Multnomah before moving to Denver, CO, in 1994. Both worked at Colorado Christian University while Duncan completed a Master’s Degree in Counseling. Under supervision from Drs Larry Crabb and Dan Allender, Duncan devoted himself to a relational revolution made possible by God’s Spirit.

After graduate school, Duncan spent six years as the Creative Director & Producer at a Christian multimedia company creating Christ-centered online courses with many well-known Christian leaders. In 2001, he left the technology world to return to pastoral ministry. There, he spent many fruitful years shepherding local and international outreach efforts.

Since 2007, Duncan has been a bi-vocational missionary with several development and discipleship ministries, including International Christian Ministries (ICM), Compassion International, and Cadence International. Duncan regularly travels internationally to teach, preach and train indigenous pastors and leaders. As the newly appointed Alumni Pastor for Cadence International, Duncan serves with his wife, Angie to serve alumni needs within Cadence.

Duncan brings his pastoral passions for Spiritual Formation, SoulCare, and years of rich cross-cultural experience to serve as the 180Homes Pastor at 180Chicago.

Since 1994, Colorado has been home for the Spragues and is the birthplace for their four adult children: Zachary (1995), Joshua (1998), Benjamin (2000), and McKayla (2003).

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