Today was bittersweet as we attended Port City Community Church (PC3) as locals for the last time (for the foreseeable future). And I still can’t believe this day actually arrived. I stepped into the doors of Roland Grise Middle School 14 years ago as I attended PC3 for the very first time and fell in love with it. Less than a year later I began my journey on staff and have served an unforgettable 13 years there. Over the last 13 years I have learned and experienced way to much to even remember.
Now in just seven days I will be driving a Uhaul full of practically everything we own down to Atlanta, GA and starting a brand new job as the Video Director at Victory World Church. I’m stoked about this new oppurtinity and church family. And at the same time we are very sad to leave our family and friends here in Wilmington!
Over the next few weeks as I transition into my new role I hope to share both how we ended up in ATL and how things are shaking out with our new adventure 🚀. God has guided us through every step over the last six months and we are stoked to see what He is going to do in this next season of our lives and our ministry!
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I reside in Atlanta, GA with my incredible wife (Kirsten) and little man (Noah).
Currently work as the Video Director at Victory World Church in Atlanta and on the board of directors with Church Technical Leaders.