Get To Know is a weekly feature that highlights leaders within our church, how they serve, and any insights they can share.
In 10 words or less, tell us how you serve at Hulen Street.
I serve at Hulen Street by helping people tell their stories for kingdom impact. I also help run sound and media with the Hulen Street Worship Band on Sunday mornings.
How long have you been with Hulen Street?
I have gone to Hulen Street for a year and a half.
What's the best part about serving?
The best part about serving is the relationships I have built. I have been working with a truly amazing family and have become very close to them. I am so thankful for the impact they have had on my life.
What is the biggest challenge you face in serving?
The most challenging thing I have faced while doing the story telling is schedules. When people have kids, full-time jobs, and a routine, and then I have my job, it's very hard to get our schedules to match up at times.
How did you get started serving?
I got started serving in this area by just having a couple conversations with Wes Hamilton and Drew Caperton when I first came to Hulen Street. I was telling them about a desire I have to help people tell their story through film, pictures and writing. Everyone has a story, and their story could make a huge impact on people and grow God's Kingdom if heard. Even if it impacts just one life, the story has done its job.
What is something the Spirit is teaching you lately?
Lately the Spirit has been teaching and pressing me to strive to be wise and seek wisdom in everything I do. Therefore I have been studying the book of Proverbs the last few weeks.