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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

    Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

    Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

    After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

    Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

    Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

    Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

    Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

    After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

    Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

    Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

    Steve and Connie Larson have been on a journey with God and each other for over 38 years. For 34 of those years, they founded and pastored The Bridge Church in Thousand Oaks, CA. Now they are Senior Staff Members with Global Training Network and their lives are devoted to equipping believers who can equip others who can equip others. (2 Timothy 2:2 )

    They do not believe in instant answers, but seek to help you “sow” into your marriage the seeds that will result in peace, joy, intimacy, and growth. (James 3:16-18 ) They have learned that God’s ways are not our ways (Isaiah 55:8-11 ) and so if we are going to make progress, it will be through God’s wisdom.

    Checkup

    If you'd like, you may go to CoupleCheckup.com and fill out the $35 questionnaire to learn more about your marriage.

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

    Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

    Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

    After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

    Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

    Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

    Steve and Connie Larson have been on a journey with God and each other for over 38 years. For 34 of those years, they founded and pastored The Bridge Church in Thousand Oaks, CA. Now they are Senior Staff Members with Global Training Network and their lives are devoted to equipping believers who can equip others who can equip others. (2 Timothy 2:2 )

    They do not believe in instant answers, but seek to help you “sow” into your marriage the seeds that will result in peace, joy, intimacy, and growth. (James 3:16-18 ) They have learned that God’s ways are not our ways (Isaiah 55:8-11 ) and so if we are going to make progress, it will be through God’s wisdom.

    Checkup

    If you'd like, you may go to CoupleCheckup.com and fill out the $35 questionnaire to learn more about your marriage.

    I grew up in church in a small town called Hamilton, Alabama. I made a profession of faith at age five in the church I grew up in. At an early age, my father fostered in me a hunger for God's word. When I reached my teenage years, my youth pastor pushed me to dive deeper into my faith when I told him I was wrestling with the call of ministry. One summer at a youth camp, I submitted to the call of ministry at age fifteen. I joined the Army National Guard at age 17. After graduating high school, I attended Bevill State Community College to begin working on my degree. I met my wife Lauren while attending Bevill State and we now have two boys. I was called overseas to Kuwait to serve for a year, returned home, and moved to Huntsville to work while I finished my degree at Athens State University. We have lived in this area for six years, and it is now home to us. I enjoy watching my two boys play sports, and in my spare time I like to play my guitar and watch sports.

    You can contact me @ 256-830-5544 or follow me on Facebook

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

    Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

    Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

    After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

    Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

    Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

    Steve and Connie Larson have been on a journey with God and each other for over 38 years. For 34 of those years, they founded and pastored The Bridge Church in Thousand Oaks, CA. Now they are Senior Staff Members with Global Training Network and their lives are devoted to equipping believers who can equip others who can equip others. (2 Timothy 2:2 )

    They do not believe in instant answers, but seek to help you “sow” into your marriage the seeds that will result in peace, joy, intimacy, and growth. (James 3:16-18 ) They have learned that God’s ways are not our ways (Isaiah 55:8-11 ) and so if we are going to make progress, it will be through God’s wisdom.

    Checkup

    If you'd like, you may go to CoupleCheckup.com and fill out the $35 questionnaire to learn more about your marriage.

    I grew up in church in a small town called Hamilton, Alabama. I made a profession of faith at age five in the church I grew up in. At an early age, my father fostered in me a hunger for God's word. When I reached my teenage years, my youth pastor pushed me to dive deeper into my faith when I told him I was wrestling with the call of ministry. One summer at a youth camp, I submitted to the call of ministry at age fifteen. I joined the Army National Guard at age 17. After graduating high school, I attended Bevill State Community College to begin working on my degree. I met my wife Lauren while attending Bevill State and we now have two boys. I was called overseas to Kuwait to serve for a year, returned home, and moved to Huntsville to work while I finished my degree at Athens State University. We have lived in this area for six years, and it is now home to us. I enjoy watching my two boys play sports, and in my spare time I like to play my guitar and watch sports.

    You can contact me @ 256-830-5544 or follow me on Facebook

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

    Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

    Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

    After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

    Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

    Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

    Steve and Connie Larson have been on a journey with God and each other for over 38 years. For 34 of those years, they founded and pastored The Bridge Church in Thousand Oaks, CA. Now they are Senior Staff Members with Global Training Network and their lives are devoted to equipping believers who can equip others who can equip others. (2 Timothy 2:2 )

    They do not believe in instant answers, but seek to help you “sow” into your marriage the seeds that will result in peace, joy, intimacy, and growth. (James 3:16-18 ) They have learned that God’s ways are not our ways (Isaiah 55:8-11 ) and so if we are going to make progress, it will be through God’s wisdom.

    Checkup

    If you'd like, you may go to CoupleCheckup.com and fill out the $35 questionnaire to learn more about your marriage.

    I grew up in church in a small town called Hamilton, Alabama. I made a profession of faith at age five in the church I grew up in. At an early age, my father fostered in me a hunger for God's word. When I reached my teenage years, my youth pastor pushed me to dive deeper into my faith when I told him I was wrestling with the call of ministry. One summer at a youth camp, I submitted to the call of ministry at age fifteen. I joined the Army National Guard at age 17. After graduating high school, I attended Bevill State Community College to begin working on my degree. I met my wife Lauren while attending Bevill State and we now have two boys. I was called overseas to Kuwait to serve for a year, returned home, and moved to Huntsville to work while I finished my degree at Athens State University. We have lived in this area for six years, and it is now home to us. I enjoy watching my two boys play sports, and in my spare time I like to play my guitar and watch sports.

    You can contact me @ 256-830-5544 or follow me on Facebook

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

    Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

    Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

    After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

    Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

    Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

    Steve and Connie Larson have been on a journey with God and each other for over 38 years. For 34 of those years, they founded and pastored The Bridge Church in Thousand Oaks, CA. Now they are Senior Staff Members with Global Training Network and their lives are devoted to equipping believers who can equip others who can equip others. (2 Timothy 2:2 )

    They do not believe in instant answers, but seek to help you “sow” into your marriage the seeds that will result in peace, joy, intimacy, and growth. (James 3:16-18 ) They have learned that God’s ways are not our ways (Isaiah 55:8-11 ) and so if we are going to make progress, it will be through God’s wisdom.

    Checkup

    If you'd like, you may go to CoupleCheckup.com and fill out the $35 questionnaire to learn more about your marriage.

    I grew up in church in a small town called Hamilton, Alabama. I made a profession of faith at age five in the church I grew up in. At an early age, my father fostered in me a hunger for God's word. When I reached my teenage years, my youth pastor pushed me to dive deeper into my faith when I told him I was wrestling with the call of ministry. One summer at a youth camp, I submitted to the call of ministry at age fifteen. I joined the Army National Guard at age 17. After graduating high school, I attended Bevill State Community College to begin working on my degree. I met my wife Lauren while attending Bevill State and we now have two boys. I was called overseas to Kuwait to serve for a year, returned home, and moved to Huntsville to work while I finished my degree at Athens State University. We have lived in this area for six years, and it is now home to us. I enjoy watching my two boys play sports, and in my spare time I like to play my guitar and watch sports.

    You can contact me @ 256-830-5544 or follow me on Facebook

    I’m a pastor’s kid that survived moving from the Midwest to So Cal between Jr. High and High School. I made a profession of faith at age 5 but grew tremendously when several men invested in my life during my high school years. It was then I sensed God moving me toward ministry. In 1993, I married my high school sweetheart, Melissa. And since then God has given us 5 kids.

    In 2005 God brought us to Huntsville. As transplants to the south, we quickly fell in love with the area and now call it home. In my spare time, which isn’t much with 5 kids, I enjoy woodworking and watching football.

    You can contact me @ 256-830-5544 x11 or follow me on Facebook or Twitter

    Dr. Jon Wymer was appointed in November 2009 as the Lead Pastor of York E-Free Church. His primary role in our church is communicating the Bible (preaching, teaching, counseling, etc.) in a simple, humorous, and passionate way that impacts our lives and our church. Jon and Tiffani have been married since 2005, and enjoy living in small town Nebraska with their three kids.

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    Michael was adopted as a son of God in 2005 solely because of God's grace through the righteousness of Jesus Christ.  Michael is married to Ana and God has blessed them with three littles ones (one set of fraternal twins boys and one girl). Michael is an engineer with the Army at Redstone Arsenal.  Michael and Ana have been attending Hope since March 2016.
    Mickey serves with World Team Missions in Farroupilha, Brazil. Mickey works with pastors of churches in the region and encourages new believers through discipleship.
    John and Wendy have been serving inner-city New Orleans since 1991. Originally from Wisconsin and Iowa, John spent time as a History teacher, and Wendy received her Masters in Midwifery. When first called to ministry they served as youth workers in Minneapolis, MN. It was after taking their youth on a mission trip to New Orleans, that John and Wendy realized God had given them a heart for the inner-city poor. By 1992 the Gerhardts had moved to New Orleans. Over the past 12 years, the Gerhardts have been actively involved in transforming the Central City of New Orleans through Bible Studies, mentoring of children and adults, and through Castle Rock Community Church (CRCC) established in 1998. John is currently the Pastor of CRCC, and the Executive Director of Urban Impact. Wendy is busy with their four children, and the mentoring of young women in the community. Please pray for their ministry in the Central City of New Orleans. Wanna learn more?

    Ryan is a native to Nashville, and grew up here at CBC. At the age of 15, God opened Ryan’s eyes to his need for a savior and the greatness of the Gospel. During his high school years, Ryan developed a great desire to pursue full time ministry. After high school, God allowed Ryan’s trajectory to follow that desire.

    Ryan went to Moody Bible Institute for his undergraduate degree.  During the summer between his sophomore and junior year, Ryan married his wife, Amie. At that time, Ryan returned to CBC to finish up his degree online and serve as an intern at the church for his junior and senior years of college.

    After graduation, in May of 2010, Ryan and Amie moved to Southern California were Ryan completed an M.Div from The Master’s Seminary.

    Ryan joined the staff at CBC as Pastor of Student Ministries in July of 2013. He is excited about the opportunity to serve and proclaim the Gospel in the very same church that so impacted him over his life.

    Ryan and Amie are blessed to have two daughters. Noelle, who was born August of 2010, and Layla, who was born February of 2012.

    Steve and Connie Larson have been on a journey with God and each other for over 38 years. For 34 of those years, they founded and pastored The Bridge Church in Thousand Oaks, CA. Now they are Senior Staff Members with Global Training Network and their lives are devoted to equipping believers who can equip others who can equip others. (2 Timothy 2:2 )

    They do not believe in instant answers, but seek to help you “sow” into your marriage the seeds that will result in peace, joy, intimacy, and growth. (James 3:16-18 ) They have learned that God’s ways are not our ways (Isaiah 55:8-11 ) and so if we are going to make progress, it will be through God’s wisdom.

    Checkup

    If you'd like, you may go to CoupleCheckup.com and fill out the $35 questionnaire to learn more about your marriage.

    I grew up in church in a small town called Hamilton, Alabama. I made a profession of faith at age five in the church I grew up in. At an early age, my father fostered in me a hunger for God's word. When I reached my teenage years, my youth pastor pushed me to dive deeper into my faith when I told him I was wrestling with the call of ministry. One summer at a youth camp, I submitted to the call of ministry at age fifteen. I joined the Army National Guard at age 17. After graduating high school, I attended Bevill State Community College to begin working on my degree. I met my wife Lauren while attending Bevill State and we now have two boys. I was called overseas to Kuwait to serve for a year, returned home, and moved to Huntsville to work while I finished my degree at Athens State University. We have lived in this area for six years, and it is now home to us. I enjoy watching my two boys play sports, and in my spare time I like to play my guitar and watch sports.

    You can contact me @ 256-830-5544 or follow me on Facebook

    I’m a pastor’s kid that survived moving from the Midwest to So Cal between Jr. High and High School. I made a profession of faith at age 5 but grew tremendously when several men invested in my life during my high school years. It was then I sensed God moving me toward ministry. In 1993, I married my high school sweetheart, Melissa. And since then God has given us 5 kids.

    In 2005 God brought us to Huntsville. As transplants to the south, we quickly fell in love with the area and now call it home. In my spare time, which isn’t much with 5 kids, I enjoy woodworking and watching football.

    You can contact me @ 256-830-5544 x11 or follow me on Facebook or Twitter

    Dr. Jon Wymer was appointed in November 2009 as the Lead Pastor of York E-Free Church. His primary role in our church is communicating the Bible (preaching, teaching, counseling, etc.) in a simple, humorous, and passionate way that impacts our lives and our church. Jon and Tiffani have been married since 2005, and enjoy living in small town Nebraska with their three kids.
    Byron Yawn and his wife Robin grew up down the street from each other. They were high school sweethearts and had the special blessing of coming to faith during the same period of their lives. Their marriage has been about the Gospel from the very beginning. They have three children; Lauren, Wade and Blake. They arrived at Community Bible Church in early 2001. During their years there, they have seen the church flourish under a continuing commitment to expository preaching.

    Today, the basic commitments of Byron’s ministry still guide everything he does. The tremendous pressure upon today’s pastor to stay “relevant” leads many pastors to adopt the latest evangelical fad. Byron’s heart is to stay basic. In his own words, “The most relevant aspect of our message will never make sense to the world. The Cross is an offensive thing. The Cross is the only thing.”

     

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