A Jewish Baptist Preacher
After my salvation, I became very burdened for the salvation of my Jewish father, and felt like the Lord was calling me to preach.
One Sunday evening service, a Jewish missionary came to our church and spoke about Jewish missions. I had never heard of such a thing! I felt like the ugly duckling who had just found his family.
After graduating from Pensacola Christian College (where I met my wife, Lois) in 2006 with a B.A. in Missions, I did a two year internship at Grace Bible Independent Baptist Church in Shinglehouse, PA. I was ordained there in 2009.
We came on board with Jewish Awareness Ministries in 2010, and served as missionaries in the Cleveland, OH area until 2015. In January of 2015, I believe the Lord called me to expand my outreach and vision to the Jewish population of the entire world, and to seek more laborers for the harvest. We moved to North Carolina in July of 2015 to work out of our headquarters, and to help grow and strengthen the ministry.
The Need for Jewish Missions
He also teaches Hebrew at Jewish Awareness Ministries’ headquarters.
He is also the graphic designer, web designer, and video producer for the ministry.