My Favorites

  • Hot coffee with cream and no sugar.
  • Treasure hunting at thrift shops.
  • Reading classic literature.
  • Attempting DIY home décor.
  • Sneaking bites of dark chocolate in between playing my toddler and snuggling my baby.

My Story

I was born into a Christian home. My parents were very passionate about teaching their children about Christ, and I came to an understanding of the gospel at a very early age. I was four years old when I expressed a desire to be saved. My mom carefully explained the gospel to me, and I placed my faith in Christ. As time passed, I struggled often with the assurance of my salvation, making multiple professions of faith through the years. By God’s grace, I was put into a position in which I heard a great deal of excellent preaching on the subject of assurance, and I came to understand that my assurance is not based on anything that I can do, but on the work of Christ and the promises of God.

When I was fourteen years old, I surrendered my life to the Lord for full time vocational ministry, and I had big dreams of what I would do for the Lord. I entered Bible College and graduated with a degree in Bible and Sacred Music, and soon afterward, I married my best friend and we entered full time evangelism. I loved the itinerant ministry, and fully expected to spend the rest of my life pursuing that calling. However, the Lord began to show my husband a need for church planting in America. When he posed the idea to me, I was very resistant to it at first, wanting to remain in a ministry I loved. God greatly worked in my heart, and I submitted my dreams for my life to him. His plans for our lives far surpass any dream that I could imagine. I can’t wait to serve alongside my husband and our children planting Christian churches in the city of Seattle and to see the Lord work there for his glory.

Favorite Verse
Isaiah 40:28 Have you not known? Have you not heard? The everlasting God, the Lord, The Creator of the ends of the earth, Neither faints nor is weary. His understanding is unsearchable.