Rev. Chris Moles is an ordained minister with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. In addition to serving as a pastor Chris is a certified counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors, as well as a certified batterer intervention group facilitator. He is a popular conference speaker, and the author of The Heart of Domestic Abuse. Pastor Chris holds a B.A. in comprehensive Bible from Cedarville College, an M.A. in Biblical counseling from Faith Bible Seminary, and is currently pursuing his doctorate of Theology (Th.d) from Evangelical Seminary. Chris and his wife Kathleen have two sons (Deacon and Levi) and live on the Moles family farm in North Putnam county.
Hello, I'm Tommy Wolfe. Son of the Rev. Joe Wolfe and Teresa Wolfe. My parents are extremely talented musicians and singers and they have been my main inspiration for my endeavour in music. I started young at the age of 9 with piano lessons, playing trumpet by the 4th grade, progressed to guitar in 6th grade and have adopted other instruments along the way such as bass guitar, banjo, mandolin, and drums. I love music and have always felt blessed to have the opportunity to praise God with it. I have had great mentors along the way who have discipled me into music ministry. I truly love being a Worship Leader; enjoying the fellowship with the band, and seeing God work through music to preach and impact individual lives. I do not believe that music should be the foundation of our faith, that foundation is built on Christ, however, I believe that it does play a positive roll in our daily walk.
My wife, Samantha, is equally as talented musically, and I enjoy doing ministry with her. She's an amazing woman and I'm blessed God brought us together. We have two wonderful young girls, Faith and Myleigh, who also like to participate in singing. We are thankful God has their hearts and voices and are willing to share them with others.
Currently I am a student at Liberty University Online working towards an undergraduate degree focused on the Christian religion and behavioral studies. I hope to continue on to seminary through Liberty pushing towards chaplaincy. I also own and operate a small contracting business and I find great joy in working with my hands.
I hope you would consider worshiping with us as we continue to grow in our individual relationships with Christ and as a congregation!
Join us on Sunday Mornings at 10:45 AM