I came on staff at New Life Dresher on January 1, 2013 as the Crossroads Coordinator. Crossroads is New Life’s Young Adult Group, which sprang up in the late spring of 2012. One of the reasons I am passionate about this ministry is because it is such an exciting time of transition for so many people. Some of life’s most important decisions are made between the ages of 18 and 30, I love getting to walk through those decisions with others. I also enjoy helping others to get involved in the ministry and begin to learn more about the gifts that God has given them.
Before moving to Willow Grove, I attended Penn State University. There I was involved in the ministry now known as Cru, where I began to learn what it meant to live out my faith. It was in this ministry that I met my wife Kate. I proposed to her in 2010, and she accepted. We married in 2011 and began renting an apartment in Willow Grove, where we currently reside.
I graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary in the spring of 2016. At that point, I began working full-time at New Life, adding the task of guiding our Jr. High student ministry to my work with Crossroads.
In my free time, I enjoy playing, watching, and breathing basketball (particularly the NBA variety), taking road trips, and watching the TV series Bones. I cherish the time spent with my wife, who is also an avid NBA fan and who has the most joyful laugh that has ever been heard. Together we also like to spend time with our guinea pig.