We were joyfully joined in marriage with the blessing of both sets of parents on February 4, 2012 and have been having a blast every day since. Our goal is to advance God’s Kingdom in every way He leads. So far, this has included a trip to the Philippines, Romania, Australia and numerous cities from coast to coast in the United States. We have really enjoyed all of this travel.
Raised in strong Christian families with conservative Biblical values, both of us were involved in ministry with our families prior to marriage, which really prepared us for the current opportunities that we have embarked upon. Priscilla faithfully served with her family in many types of ministry including her dad’s ministry to the incarcerated. She has also ministered in Oak Brook, IL where David served since his family arrived back from serving in Mongolia on July 11, 2007. Priscilla first came to the Headquarters for a ten-day Journey to the Heart in September, 2007 and then later returned to serve each summer leading more Journey to the Heart girl’s retreats. Her dedication to the Lord and her love for serving people is a real blessing to all she meets. We have enjoyed ministering to young and old alike focusing on helping people resolve parent/teen conflicts, financial pressures, health problems, and develop marriage oneness.
Our vision is to impact the world for Christ. Whether by raising the foundations of many Godly generations or sharing the Good News of Salvation and seeing people come to saving knowledge of Christ, we desire to lead lives fruitful in advancing the Kingdom of God.
On March 16, 2013 our son Paul William was born. Life has taken on a whole new dimension and we have enjoyed every bit of it! Watching Paul grow and develop has been so much fun. David often jokes that he wears a tie to hide the buttons that have popped. Priscilla enjoys caring for Paul as she reaches out to young ladies the Lord brings across her path. Our home has become a center for hospitality and discipleship and with each guest we see a special blessing added to our lives as we learn from them and share what God has taught us.
We always enjoy a little adventure and if someone says that something cannot be done, that gives us all the more motivation to try. We enjoy playing pick-up sports such as volleyball or soccer with fellow young people and are always up for a couple mile jog or a nice long bike ride together.