I used to think that ministry was going to be an easy job. It was an inside, you got to eat a lot of pizza and there was no heavy lifting. Today, after serving in student ministries for 7 years and now with three as the Executive Pastor of a large, multisite and multi-staff church on my resume, I realize I know that ministry is a lot of work. It is a job that I love and I  would never do anything else.

I am thankful for the help I have received along the way. After graduating with a ministry degree in 2007, I entered ministry with little idea of how to lead myself, cultivate necessary ministry skills like preaching and counselling and navigate practical leadership issues I was facing. I encountered many difficult seasons of learning and growth as I grew and implemented the rhythms, habits, and patterns of healthy Christian leadership. Many people have helped me become the man that I am today. It is a privilege now to be able to do the same for others. My role as coach is to come alongside young church helping them navigate the issues that I encountered along the way.


MA in Biblical and Theological Studies from Knox Theological Seminary


Married to Krista, Dad to Hannah, Micah and Mattea


Executive Pastor at Coquitlam Alliance Church


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