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  • How I came into relationship with Jesus Christ
    I grew up in a Christian household and was at Church every Sunday for Church and every Wednesday for Youth Group. I remember when I was young accepting Jesus into my heart and desiring to live a God-centered life. In addition, when I was a Sophomore in High School, I remember specifically surrendering my life to Christ and was baptized soon after that.
  • What I do at Mosaic Community
    I lead our Youth and Young Adult ministries. With help from many volunteers we seek to lead our students and young adults into a life-transforming, joy-filled relationship with God.
  • Why I do what I do
    I have a huge passion for young people! Being able to connect with them, getting to know them, and helping them experience the living God who loves them so much! It's so encouraging when a young person experiences the love of Jesus, feels safe enough to be themselves, and discovers the gifts that God has given them.
  • Education
    I graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in 2019 with my bachelor's degree in Youth Ministry. I also graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in 2021 with my master's degree in Urban Ministry.
  • My Family
    On October 3rd of 2020, I married my amazing wife, Miriam. We met our senior year at school in 2018. Since we have been married, we have been sacrificially navigating married life as we seek to reflect Christ and the Church.
  • People would be surprised if they knew...
    My favorite animal is a Cow.
  • If you had to eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?"
  • A favorite childhood memory
    When my family was at a local grain mill picking up grain for our livestock, I took the grain mill's golf cart for a joy ride and almost fell into a river nearby.
  • Hidden talent
    I can pretty much tell you anything you want to know about College Football!
  • Favorite place you've visited
    Miriam and I went to Saint Lucia for our honeymoon which was absolutely amazing! I also have been to India for a Church Conference which was beautiful!
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