What I Do:
I’m responsible for Christ Fellowship’s digital presence, which includes developing our websites and mobile app. I also design graphics you see everywhere as you experience Christ Fellowship and our ministries.
What I Love About Christ Fellowship:
I love the friendliness of the people who make up Christ Fellowship. They’re kind, helpful and want to see you live into the best version of yourself … a life that looks a lot like Jesus.
How I Ended Up at Christ Fellowship:
It’s a long story that only Jesus could author. A year of uncertainty and fear about what was next for our family led me to trust Jesus with our future. Matt Morrison, our Communications Pastor, reached out and the ball started rolling for me to join the CF team.
Before Christ Fellowship:
For six years, I was the Communications Director for Neighborhood Church, a phenomenal church in Visalia, CA. I’ve also spent time in radio broadcasting and TV production.
How I Met Jesus:
It’s another long story … but the church I grew up in taught me a lot of “Bible knowledge” but I didn’t understand what it meant to fully trust Jesus until my early 20s. That’s when two young pastors began investing in my life and I began building my faith around the life of Jesus and his resurrection.
Favorite Bible Verse:
The opening words from James … “Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.”
My favorite sports teams are the Atlanta Braves, Tennessee Vols, Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators. It’s been 20+ years since a team of mine has won a championship … but I’m holding out hope that this is my year! My wife says I need new teams.
Random Fun Fact:
Growing up, I never missed a David Copperfield TV special. I would set my VCR to record and I watched them over and over and over. In fact, I’ve seen his live show 18 times. I love how David uses his craft to tell stories and show his audience how to wonder.