Youth Pastor

Kevin Taylor

    Whenever I was 16 years old God told me what I was supposed to do for the rest of my life. Preach and teach the bible, one day get married and have kids, build a legacy that honors God. This is a calling that God placed on my life at 16, and I have tried to pursue that calling ever since that day.   That's the big picture of the calling that God has placed on my life. Now, let me tell you the basics of who I am, and the story that God is writing for my life.


Whenever I was 8 years old God saved me. I don't remember all of the details, I just know that I knew I was a sinner, in need of a savior. I knew that God sent his only son, Jesus to die for me. And so, at 8 years old I gave my life to Christ. That has been the best decision that I have ever made in my life.


 At 8 years old, I never imagined that 8 years later God would place another calling on my life. That is the calling that I mentioned earlier, the call to ministry. It is a calling that at first I was hesitant to embrace. Much like Many other people that God calls on to do his work, I asked the question why me? And over many, many months God confirmed that I was supposed to go into the ministry. This is a calling that I take very seriously, and I am thankful that God would choose me for such a high calling.


My vision for student ministry is first and foremost, to see students come to know Jesus as their savior. That is what my ministry will always be about. I believe that if we, as a church, do not reach the next generation, then the future of the church is very dark. My vision is to build a student ministry where students are passionate about Jesus. I want the students to be excited about coming to church on Wednesday nights. I want the student ministry to be energetic, passionate, and faithful. I want to build up a student ministry that long after I have gone, the ministry is still thriving and changing student's lives.