Allen serves as the Lead Pastor at Sunrise Community Church in Atlantic Beach, FL, in the Jacksonville area. He graduated from The Master’s Seminary (MDiv) in 2005 and from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2017 (DMin). Allen is married to Mindy and has three kids.
John has served as shepherd of Piedmont Bible Church, a Grace Advance church plant in Haymarket Virginia since 2012, where he hopes to be the rest of his life. Prior to ministry John worked as a lacrosse coach, a pizza maker, a writer, a marketing executive, and just about everything in between. He is a graduate of The Master’s Seminary and The Grace Advance Academy. He hails from The City of Champions, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, and is blessed to be married to his wife Cassandra.
Greg is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute (B.A. in Bible/Theology) and received his M.Div and Th.M. from The Master’s Seminary. Greg has served in many areas of the church, and currently serves as the Pastor of Anchored Student Ministries at Fellowship Bible Church in Springdale, AR. Greg is married to Michelle and looks forward to one day being blessed with children. He spends his football seasons cheering on the Denver Broncos!
Greg is a graduate of The Master’s Seminary and serves as Teaching Pastor at Crossway Bible Church in his hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee. He loves to spend time with his wife, Tracee, and their four wonderful children.
Zach is the Pastor for Preaching at Shepherd’s Community Church in Lafayette, CO. Originally from Tonganoxie, KS, Zach has been married to his wife Noelle for 16 years. They have two children, Paige (12) and Clay (10) and are in the process of adopting a very sweet #3. Zach graduate from the Moody Bible Institute in 2004, spent an additional year in Chicago studying NT Greek after graduation, and took a few years of graduate level courses in Biblical Counseling at The Master’s University. Next to spending time with his family, Zach enjoys reading, playing basketball, and rooting for the Denver Broncos.
Jason serves as the Pastor of Cornerstone Las Vegas. He grew up in Oklahoma graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma. He then went to Seminary at The Master’s Seminary earning his MDiv and advanced studies in New Testament. He loves Christ, His church, his wife and children. He enjoys roasting and drinking coffee, board games, satire, Thunder basketball, and fellowshipping with others.
Darren received his B.Mus from the Moody Bible Institute and graduated with his M.Div. from The Master’s Seminary in 2014, where he is currently enrolled in the ThM program. A proud Canadian, eh, Darren has served as a pastor of music and youth in both Alberta, and Alaska; and now serves as Associate Pastor of Grace Bible Church of Bakersfield, CA.
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