Following Jesus, leading others
Jesus is the head of the church. He’s the one who died for his bride. He’s the leader of ClearView. The rest of us are just trying to keep up.
John’s role at ClearView includes teaching and vision-casting. Some of his favorite moments are those when someone is surprised by the love of God, the presence of Jesus, the clarity of the Bible, or the beauty of the church.
He is married to Jessica, a graphic designer, owner of BlueJay Creative, and professor at Centenary College. Their daughters, Emma and Kate, are pretty great. A graduate of Harding University (Communication, Ministry), John also earned a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry.
He loves tennis, travel, reading, and writing.
Jacob leads our student ministry (6th – 12th grade). He plans and leads events through the year and ensures that our students feel welcome and included on Sundays. He is passionate about God’s people and eager to see Jesus at work in our students’ lives.
Jacob is married to Shelby. Shelby works for Volunteers of America. She is a huge fan of her Corgi, Weasley. Jacob and Shelby are both actively involved in non-profit work within our community.
He loves bears, the great outdoors, spaghetti, and pretty much any dog he comes into contact with.
Aaron guides the vision for our worship culture at ClearView. He plans our Sunday worship gatherings and mentors the worship team. He has a passion for bringing people to Jesus through music.
Aaron’s wife, Jordan, is a public relations professional, and they have two sons Henry and Miles. Aaron graduated from Louisiana State University in Shreveport with a degree in Business Administration.
He loves listening to and making music, reading extremely nerdy books, and watching his favorite soccer team, Tottenham Hotspur.
Children’s Ministry Intern
Abbey grew up here at ClearView and is excited to now lead and serve in KidsView! Along with our coordinators and volunteers, she makes sure that every Sunday in KidsView grows faith through fun.
She loves shopping, her dogs, reading, and spending time with her sisters.