In 2002, Matt became the lead teaching pastor of Highland Village First Baptist Church, now known as The Village Church. He was rushed to a hospital where an MRI revealed a golf ball-size mass in his right frontal lobe.
Once the tumor was removed, he was diagnosed with anaplastic, or malignant, non-encapsulated oligodendroglioma, WHO grade three.
Matt was born near Seattle and, due to growing up with a father in the military, moved several times before settling in the Houston area.
He attended church during his childhood and adolescence but did not truly know and follow Jesus until the age of 17.
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:) I'm just on here looking for new experiences (I've yet to have my first kiss with anyone of the same sex), but I'm open to something deeper if things progress toward that.
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In the last 40 years, black women have had a harder time finding black men to marry for various reasons – high mortality, high incarceration rates and interracial marriage.
For single black women, that may mean being willing to go out.
In 2002, Seattle Times columnist Jerry Large wrote about the black experience in Seattle in which black women complained about how few black men there were to date.
One woman said to "bring your own black men (or women) to date because Seattle is hard on black women's dating aspirations." More than a decade later, black women say that’s still the case.