About

Chase Walker Lindley was born in 1992 to originally southern parents in St. Louis, Missouri. Raised in the tiny town of Pilot Knob, Missouri, Chase found his life’s purpose at the local Baptist church when he accepted Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord at a young age.

After graduating from Arcadia Valley High School in nearby Ironton, Missouri, Chase then received an associate degree from Mineral Area College. He then left the foothills of the Ozarks behind and relocated to Columbia, Missouri, where he studied at the world-renowned Missouri School of Journalism and received a bachelor’s degree.

Chase’s interest in politics soon resulted in him volunteering for various candidates seeking state offices. His work benefitting conservative candidates in highly competitive areas saw that he was invited to work as an assistant to a Missouri state legislator – a position he holds to this day. Chase has worked for the Missouri House of Representatives since 2015.

Underpinning everything Chase does is his Christian faith. As such, his interests include theology, apologetics, church history, and religious philosophy. He hopes to obtain an additional college degree in one or more of these areas of interest in the future.

In his free time, Chase enjoys reading, writing, playing video games, walking, and listening to music. His passion is using words to glorify God and inspire others.

Chase resides in Jefferson City, Missouri, with his wife Amanda and cat Allie.