Jesus is the hope of the world and the local church is the vehicle of expressing that hope to the world.
— Andy Stanley

Everything we do is directly connected to the local church. We don't look at the local church as a religious institution or building, instead the local church is a hub where life-change happens with individuals.

Our idea of the local church isn't just a Sunday thing. It's an everyday thing!

Some of the best leaders, musicians, business owners, employees, parents and sons and daughters are in our local church. We feel our part to the local church is help people take steps spiritually, whatever that may be for each individual.

We don't like the word, complacent, and we feel like it doesn't belong in the local church! 


We've been actively engaged in the local church since 2011. We've volunteered in a large church and worked in a very small church. We've been a part of well tuned systems and structures and then in a place where there weren't any. We've had to work in the marketplace for income to minister, and we've been full-time church employees.

We served as youth and associate pastors for three years at First Assembly of God in Pineville, La., after graduating from LSU. In 2015, we joined the team at Crossing Place Church in Morgan City, La. where we currently serve. 

In the summer of 2016, we obtained our M.A. in Organizational Leadership from SUM Theological Seminary.

We've also had some great opportunities within the Louisiana Assemblies of God Ministry Network to serve on various discipleship and leadership teams as ordained ministers.