to live, love, & look like Jesus.
Our heart is to see students develop a growing passion for Jesus and loving other people outside of our church walls, in their homes, and in their community throughout their everyday lives.
Whether you've been following Jesus your entire life, only a few weeks, or maybe you're not there yet, we want BSM North to be a place that feels like home. Our community is filled with people who are authentic, filled with life, and genuinely passionate about following Jesus every day.
BSM NORTH STUDENT PASTOR
I was born and raised right here in Abilene, TX. I grew up going to church, but it wasn’t until May 2007, at a youth camp in South Padre Island, TX, that the Lord graciously opened my eyes and heart to Him, and I have been pursuing Him ever since.
I originally started serving at Beltway Park as a college freshman in 2009 on the Youth Ministry worship team. Soon afterwards, I began an internship under the Worship Department, and in 2011 I joined the staff as an A/V Tech.
In June 2013, I married my incredible wife Mandy, and we quickly moved to the Dallas-area as I began to serve as a Worship Pastor in Forney, TX. Then, in August 2014, Mandy and I moved back to Abilene, and I once again started volunteering with Beltway’s Youth Ministry worship team.
Then in August 2016, I joined the Beltway Park staff as the North Campus Student Pastor. It is my utmost hope and prayer that every student in this city would come to know and be transformed by the love, grace, and abundant life found in Jesus.
BSM NORTH ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT
I am from Albany, Texas and have been attending Beltway since 2009. I was a student at the South Campus and grew up in their ministry throughout middle school and high school. I went to Texas Tech University and interned with Beltway youth after my freshman year of college. In Lubbock, I worked at my church as the Prayer and Missions Projects Coordinator, and in May 2017, I was brought on staff at Beltway as the North Campus Student Administrative Assistant. My hope is that students will begin to whole-heartedly pursue Jesus and have lives that are marked by their abundant love for God and for people.