Before I was born, my parents were in full-time ministry. I grew up in church and had the privilege of encountering the love of Christ at the age of 8. When I was 12, I went to a kids’ summer camp and was compelled by the Lord to pursue Him in ministry as I had seen my parents do. As a teenager, I continued to help my parents with their ministry and began to get serious about my daily walk with God and the things I felt He had laid on my heart to do. Namely music ministry.
I am now a student at Southwestern Assemblies of God University, pursuing degrees in Worship Arts, English, and Bible. I continue to pursue God’s calling on my life through my classes, leading worship in chapel, and now, interning at Stonegate Church.
A few of my hobbies are writing poetry, playing and writing music, watching movies, and reading.
My hope for Stonegate Church is that people will continue to truly discover Christ-like communities and encounter the freedom that comes from doing life together as a body. That Stonegate Church will continue to love and receive everyone with open arms, even as the Father loves and receives us.