St. Peter the Fisherman, Mountain Home
Assigned to: St. Peter the Fisherman, Mountain Home
Employment: Law Enforcement and force protection
How did you hear your calling to become a deacon? During prayer in Eucharistic adoration, I heard God affirming yes as I discerned.
What ministries are you currently involved in? Catechism (Atrium) classes and working to serve parish organizations as needed.
Who have been the biggest influences in your diaconate formation? My wonderful wife Katie, Bishop-elect Erik Pohlmeier, the diaconate team, pastor Father Norbert Rappold, the parish priests (both active and retired), Deacon Bob Crawford, the Dominican sisters and all those that prayed with such dedication
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