Pastor of Student Ministry
Joey is a Cedarville University grad from Beavercreek, OH.
His three greatest gifts are:
1. His salvation through Christ
2. His wife Jenny
3. His three crazy children: JoJo, Maddie, and Cora.
Joey loves working with students because they know how to have fun, ask big questions, and take risks. He dreams of running the Amazing Race with his brother Ryan and believes the combination of their skills would make them unbeatable. He is also an avid fan of The Ohio State Buckeyes, he enjoys good stories, good music, and good coffee.
If he were a dinosaur he would be a Tricerotops.
Middle School (6th - 8th)
In our Middle School ministry Parents and Leaders are key. We seek to serve the Church by equipping families with a gospel-centered foundation through learning and studying the Word of God and living it out in inner-generational ministry. Parents and Guardians are called to lead their family in what group life is like within the church. Our hope is to serve families by helping students go deeper in their relationship with family, with others, with their leaders and, most importantly, God.
Parents and Leaders interact with 6-8 students to equip them with tools to know the story of God, know their own story, and apply the Word of God to their lives.
Every Sunday night during the school year, our middle school students gather together for a time of Bible teaching, small discussion groups and games. Small groups are broken up by age and gender.
High School (9th - 12th)
In our High School ministry, we seek to keep building gospel maturity in our students and help them grow in deeper relationships with their families, each other, their leaders and, most importantly, the Lord. On a weekly basis, our students meet in small groups to learn and study God’s Word and to foster biblical community at a young age.
Parents and Leaders interact with 9-12 students in smaller groups focused on Apologetics, Personal Growth, and Understanding the Gospel. Schedule Coming Soon
Led by trained adult leaders, our weekly groups foster community, accountability and friendships. Fuse meets Sunday evenings during the school year and is broken up by age and gender.