Josh raises his own financial support as a minister of the Gospel of Jesus. He is a Bible teacher who serves the body of Christ full-time as a student pastor at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. He also travels for speaking engagements and short-term missions trips.
One of Josh's great passions is helping people understand the Bible. Josh is a teacher of the Scriptures with a particular emphasis on various subjects including the life of Christ, the cross of Christ, the Biblical story, the Great Commission, and the coming day of the Lord. Josh believes that sound doctrine and the ministry of the Word by the Holy Spirit is critical to strengthen the faith of God's people. Josh writes and speaks unto that end.
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Under the oversight and leadership of the Malachi Network and in partnership with various campus ministries, Josh serves the body of Christ as a student pastor at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The college years are a formative time for America's young people, where many often abandon their faith in Jesus. Josh is committed to teaching the Scriptures and discipling college students, endeavoring to strengthen them in their faith before they leave school to enter their careers.
Be sure to check out this article on why campus ministry is unique and necessary in our day.
Missions researcher and writer
Before serving as a campus pastor, Josh worked with the Antioch Center for Training and Sending (ACTS), an overseas missionary sending organization based in Colorado Springs. Josh gave his time and energy to the ACTS Research division as a writer, researcher, and web developer. ACTS Research exists to serve the missions movement worldwide with resources that explore what it means to bear witness to Jesus in the hardest and darkest places of the earth.
Josh continues to serve as a guest writer for the ACTS Research website.
As another practical expression to his ministry to the Lord and to others, Josh spent over 15 years serving on local church and parachurch ministry worship teams as a keyboard player.