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ekklesiastaff-randyRandy Monk
Lead Pastor
randy@ekklesiaway.org

I get really excited about helping people discover the excitement of a deep and meaningful relationship with Jesus.  My own story covers a lot of ground- some good and some not so good.  It was an incredibly freeing feeling when I realized that God’s grace doesn’t depend on me at all.  Since I embraced that simple truth, I have fallen so in love with Jesus that tree is literally nothing that i don’t trust Him with.

I learned theology and earned a Master of Divinity at Erskine Theological Seminary.  I learned to be a follower of Christ  by serving with really faithful people through two church plants, including Ekklesia.  I’d love to share your journey with you.

 

ekklesiastaff-maryMary Meagher
Ministry Assistant
mary@ekklesiaway.org

It is exciting for me to see how children grow in their understanding of who God is and how much He loves them.  My own faith story began as a religious routine when I was young, but has become a real and meaningful experience in recent years.  It was a great moment for my faith when I discovered that spending time with God makes such a huge difference in my relationship with him.  Since that discovery, I have made spending time with God a priority in my life.

I studied Accounting at USC-Aiken, and later opened my own Hair Salon.  I learned to be a follower of Christ by spending time with other believers and studying the life of Jesus.  I am passionate about helping children have a real relationship with Jesus.

 

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Adam Thompson
Worship Leader
adam@ekklesiaway.org

I get really excited about opportunities to travel and experience new cultures, especially if it involves a plane or boat.  My own faith story has been a decades-long journey that began when I was 5 years old, following a family devotional that introduced me to Christ’s sacrifice.  It was a great moment for my faith when I discovered that faith in God is not just a scientific or historical gamble, but can be rooted in a real relationship.  Since that discovery, I have grown in my prayer life, seen God at work more clearly, and become much more comfortable sharing my faith with others.

I studied psychology at Augusta State University.  I learned to be a follower of Christ by reading the Bible and allowing it to shape my behavior.   I am very passionate about music and would love to record more of the songs I write.