Sermons that are not associated with a particular series.
Pastor Brad was born and raised in Indiana. He graduated from Jennings County High School in 1986 and immediately entered the United States Marine Corps. In the Marine Corps Brad served as an engineer in the electrical supply and distribution areas. After the Marine Corps Brad joined the US Army and served as a medic. After the military service, Brad began to work as an industrial electrician. Brad met Angie in 1993, and they have been happily married ever since. It wouldn’t be until the summer of 1998 that Brad would even hear of a Seventh-day Adventist.
Brad went to study for the ministry at Southern Adventist University and graduated with a BA in Theology December 2002. A little known fact about Brad is his inventiveness that has led to a patent and the creation of his own label of hot sauce.
Brad’s hobbies are weight training, golf, cooking, and most anything geeky.
Pastor Brad and his wife Angie
Pastor Jerry was born and raised in Michigan graduating from Manistique High School in 1972. After high school he spent four years in the U.S. Coast Guard and in the summer of 1977 he began studying for the ministry at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. (Hear Pastor Jerry's testimony in Revelation Series Part 25—Saved by Grace.)
That fall he met and became engaged to Karen Horner from Indianapolis, Indiana; four months later, they married in February 1978. (In the sermon Parable of the Wedding Garment you can hear how they met.) Karen is an occupational therapist working in the Bradley County Schools in Tennessee.
Their daughter Hannah married Mickey Ortel; their son Jeremy married Laurel Towles and their youngest son Joshua married Amanda Hayes. They have six grandchildren.
Jerry has a BA in theology from Andrews University an MA in religion (homiletics and soul-winning) from Southern Adventist University and completed a Doctor of Ministry in Expository Preaching from Andrews University in 2008. His hobbies include reading, golfing, skeetshooting and cheering on the Colts. His greatest delight is spending time with Karen and their family.
Born in Argentina as the middle child of three girls. Alex is married to the wonderful Kris Harter. They have a daughter Gisela who is six and a son, Niko, who is four. ÂÂÂ
Alex graduated from Highland View Academy and started college at Columbia Union College (now called WAU). She finished her bachelor's at Southern Adventist University in both Theology and Business Administration. She then worked at Atlanta Adventist Academy four years teaching Bible and Business Ed classes. After that she moved to Forest Lake Academy where she was a chaplain and Bible teacher. She met and married her husband in the summer of 2001, and they were both hired at Loma Linda Academy. From there, she was called to be the associate pastor for young adult ministries at Azure Hills Church where she served the six years prior to transitioning to the Collegedale Community Church as the Children and Youth Pastor. She is currently earning her M.A. in Theology from Andrews University.
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