How I came into relationship with Jesus Christ

My relationship with Jesus began my sophomore year of college. I gave my life to Christ during the summer as I was working at a Young Life Camp. When I came back to college, I got plugged into a local church where I grew in my relationship with Christ through a discipleship relationship, my small group, serving in our church and also as a Young Life leader.

What I do at Mosaic Community

My role includes helping students and young adults in our church grow in their relationship with Christ. I love connecting with girls in both ministries over coffee or a meal, or doing a book study and helping equip them in their relationship with Christ.

Why I do what I do

I have a deep passion and desire to see students and young adults grow in a deeper understanding of who Jesus is, how much He loves them and how He calls them to live for Him. I love seeing others grow in their love for Jesus and getting to walk alongside them in their journey. I would also say I do what I do because I get to partner alongside my husband David which for me is a God-sized dream come true!


Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (University of South Carolina, 2011). Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation (Asbury Theological Seminary, 2014).

My Family

I am married to my handsome husband David and we have one super cute and sweet dog named Sinopaw.

People would be surprised if they knew...

I can’t wink or whistle!

If you had to eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?

For sure Chick-fil-a 8 count nuggets, waffle fries and an Arnold Palmer to drink.

A favorite childhood memory

Building a fort in the woods with my best friends and eating WarHeads sour candy while doing it.

Hidden talent

I’m pretty good at telling what the make and model of a vehicle is.

Favorite place you've visited

Glacier National Park in Montana (specifically, hiking in Two Medicine)