MINISTRY Director of CONGREGATIONAL CARE
I grew up in a small town called Hurley, Mississippi near the coast of Pascagoula. I grew up with a family that did not value church and lived according to the world. I grew up playing baseball and football my whole life and continued to play collegiate baseball at the University of Mobile. I thought I was saved my junior year of high school because I said a prayer and felt good afterward. However as I went to college, it was apparent that I wasn’t saved because of the lifestyle I led. Living in the sin of a collegiate athlete, I never felt convicted. It was a rough time of trying to fit in, trying to find my self fulfillment in girls, alcohol, and other sinful things that left me feeling empty.
My Desire & Prayer for The Field Church
I want our church to never lose that genuine love for Christ, love for each other and for the lost world around us. I pray that we continue to go through the Bible and see God’s agenda for us and not our agenda that we want from God. We are here to glorify Him and make His name known. I pray that others see that and we continue to follow His will until we go home to Him.