Pastor / Author / Speaker
Christopher Alessi was born and raised In the beautiful and diverse city of Miami Florida. He earned his bachelors degree in psychology with a minor in leadership communication at Florida international University.
Christopher serves as the next generation pastor in the church that his parents, Pastor Steve and Mary Alessi, founded and continue to lead, Metro Life Church. His desire is that all children, youth and young adults would recognize the true Ephesians 3:20 nature of God and inspire others to do the same. At his side in ministry and in life are his wife Richelle and his three young adult sisters, Stephanie, Lauren and Gabrielle.
When you're starting your family as a young couple, things can get interesting quickly! Here, the newest parents in the Alessi family compare how they are starting their families right in their early years of marriage.
We're giving you an exclusive inside view of the "Forty-Two" book launch party, and we decided to get some reactions from our "Podience" live - bringing them on as surprise guests!
When a parent faces a challenge, so do the children. Chris Alessi and Stephanie Muiña interview their dad, Steve Alessi, and reveal the powerful lessons they learned during his comeback from a devastating heart attack.
Being newlyweds can be challenging - especially as you learn to communicate with each other! In this episode Chris and Richelle Alessi share effective communication tips they've discovered during their first year of marriage!
There's nothing like family at the holidays - and the Alessis are sharing some of their funniest and most heartfelt Thanksgiving moments in this special episode!
It's clear - social media is here to stay. So how should our families use it? We discuss how your family can find the right balance, avoid negative influences and adopt healthy habits when using social media!
In Part 4 of our Clickbait series, Chris sits down with his sister Gabrielle Alessi, youth director at Metro Life Church, to hammer out the real-deal practices of renewing your mind.
In this 3rd installment of the Clickbait series, Chris Alessi shares the solutions we must employ if we want to take control of our thought life, and win the war against the enemy's attempt to deceive us.
Money! We all need it...but how do we make more of it, and manage it better as a family? Steve and Chris Alessi sit down at the Family Business table to share their money management strategies, including how to build a side hustle, managing your monthly budget, and more!
In this second episode of the "'Clickbait" mini-series, author Chris Alessi explains the root behind each of the clickbait tactics we should watch out for in our thoughts.
In this first episode of this mini-series, Chris talks about how we can define "clickbait' in the spiritual sense, and explains why we often misinterpret and allow the voice of the enemy to knock us off track.
How can we keep ourselves from thinking the wrong thoughts? Chris Alessi shares the revelations that helped him write his new book "Clickbait", so that you can have the right voices guiding you in every decision.
The Family Business sits down with David Roman and discuss his amazing story of adopting two beautiful daughters, and unearth the lessons of love and devotion he and his wife Paola discovered as they fought to become a family.
We are helping our young people find love this week on The Family Business with The Alessis - by helping our young men re-learn the art of dating!
The Alessi men break down the (man) plan to a hassle-free Christmas - so you can keep your family in the holiday spirit and keep the stress and conflict out.
When a senior and junior leader occupy a similar role as communicators, ego and pride can take root, unless the leaders are open and honest. Steve and Chris Alessi share how they blend their unique styles to communicate truth and a common vision to their congregation.
We're tackling sibling rivalry and showing you how to keep the peace between your brothers and sisters, even when you work together.
The Alessis tackle the not-so-minor conflicts in their family business and reveal how they stay strong - not split apart - when things get heated.