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My family began attending church faithfully when I was young. I am thankful to God that my parents raised me in church, and really encouraged my brother and I to live for Christ. I accepted Christ Jesus as my Savior at home one night when I was fourteen years old. I knew that I was lost and needed to be saved. Before I went to sleep that night, I prayed and asked God to forgive me of my sins, and I asked Jesus to save me. When I was twenty years old, God called me to preach. From there I went on to Bible college to study for the ministry. In the summer of 1999, God opened His door of opportunity for me to become the Youth and Assistant Pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church.
Melissa and I were married in December of 1999, and we served the Lord together there for over 15 years. During this time, God blessed us with a wonderful daughter, Kiera. She has been such a joy and a blessing to our lives. After serving the Lord at Cornerstone, God called us to Florida to pastor at Gulf Shores Baptist Church. My family and I served the Lord there for a little over two years. We are thankful for God's blessing during that time. While in Florida, God began to deal with us about working with the ministry of All Points Baptist Mission. Over a period of about three months, God confirmed this call to each of us through prayer and His Word. It was during this time of transition that God showed to us the need for the Heirloom Seed Project. I heard Bro. Robbie Morrison share his heart about the need to help the teenagers of missionary and military chaplain families because of the problems and struggles they often deal with. As I listened, God broke my heart for this need. It was through this burden, that God placed us into this work of the Heirloom Seed Project. Working with these young people and alongside of these families has been such a blessing for us. We have watched God do some amazing and wonderful things, and we are so thankful to Him for all He has done! To God alone be the glory!
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