Mark has 30-plus years of experience in fulltime ministry. He has been privileged to be a part of three amazing global ministries, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Compassion International and Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child. His specific calling is inspired by John 17:23, "May they be brought to complete unity to let the world know that you sent me and have loved them". To this end he has pursued building his skills as a certified professional facilitator, learning and ministry development consultant and Biblical peacemaker, with an intentional purpose to equip churches and ministries to thrive together as they fulfill God’s purpose. Mark has facilitated dozens of leadership development, ministry training and program design workshops in over 30 countries. He has built 2 global training departments, a short-term missions program, and a literacy program, and has coached multiple ministry leadership teams through ministry development and transition processes. Mark has taught adult Sunday school for over 20 years, provided leadership for Helping the Hurting and Stephen Ministry programs and served as an elder in his local church. Mark has been married for 30+ years and has 3 adult children and 2 grandchildren (soon to be 3)
Some people “just have a knack” for working with kids. Jay Vonesh is one of those people. He knows the unique balance between helping kids have a good time and leading them toward surrender to God. One day they will rock somewhere in the world to share the love of Christ. No wonder we have loved him for the last 27 years.
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Key Responsibilities of the Elders
1. Shepherd those God gives us
2. Provide leadership and governance of the church
3 Protect the body from false teaching and division
4. Humbly participate and be mutually accountable as a part of the elder team.
More than number crunchers, they are dedicated to serving people in the name of Christ. They look after the financial matters and physical property of the church as well as helping those in need here in our mountain community. They know that people who give funds to the church are really giving offerings to God, and these men/women are committed to using these funds in a way pleasing to Christ.
She is the face of PCCC to anyone who drops in or calls our church office.