Thanks for stopping by. Here is a little bit about who I am.

I was born in a small town in Indiana and moved around a few times before my family eventually settled in San Deigo. Both of my parents are pastors at the church I grew up in and started in ministry in Rancho Bernardo. I met my beautiful wife, Amanda, in the High School Ministry and we married four years out of High School. I graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with a degree in Philosophy and Theology and immediately began working at a church in Temecula, CA. In September of 2009, Amanda and I moved to Livermore, CA to take the High School Director position at Cornerstone Fellowship. We have an adorable dog, Guinness (a pug-beagle-boxer mix, sounds ugly but I swear she’s cute), and at this point do not have any kids.

This blog is intended to share my thoughts on leadership, ministry, and spiritual development. I’m not an expert and still have a ton to learn. I hope some of my insights and experiences help us grow as Christ followers, leaders, pastors, and people. If you would like to listen to messages from our High School Ministry click here: http://soundcloud.com/cornerstonehsm

Disclaimer: Even though I am on the staff of Cornerstone Fellowship the views expressed on this blog don’t necessarily represent the views, positions, policies or opinions  of Cornerstone Fellowship.

2 responses

25 02 2011
Jody Falconer

Steve, your blog is great! I love what you’ve written about “You own the weekend” and the development our students are going through. They are an amazing group of students!

25 02 2011

Thanks Jody. You rock!

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