State Minister, North Carolina
Brad has served in pastoral ministry for over 30 years in Ohio, Michigan, and North Carolina. He served eleven years in youth and worship, ten years as senior pastor and most recently served in evangelism, outreach, adult and counseling ministries at Colonial Baptist, Cary, NC. He did his undergrad work at Summit University of Pennsylvania, holds a Master’s Degree from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary in Michigan, and completed his doctorate degree in counseling from Westminster, Philadelphia, Pa. Brad has served as adjunct professor at Shepherds Theological Seminary, Cary, NC.
God burdened his heart for people using years of secular work in engineering to deepen his compassion. In the local church and community, he has taught and exampled evangelism and community outreach. He has led Carpenters for Christ teams on many regional trips to build church or ministry projects. Internationally, he has led 5 teams to Northwestern Kenya, Africa, teaching pastor conferences and ministering in prisons.
His heart passion is to counsel, teach and preach the word of God and share the good news of Christ.
Brad loves working with his hands, hiking, biking, watching sports and spending time with his family; especially family gathering times at Emerald Isle and in the Carolina mountains.
He is excited about serving Christ in Capitol Commission.