While it is the staff's job to keep the day to day operations across multiple ministries of the church running smoothly, at Legacy we see the staff as leaders to the congregation. It is the staff's job to equip the body to reach, build, and send people for Christ. We encourage our members not just to attend church, but to be the church!
The state of Georgia has been my home for most of my life. I was born in Atlanta, raised in Woodstock, went to college in East Point, ministered in Carrollton, and now am thrilled to serve alongside the great people of Legacy in Senoia! My wife, Jessie, and I lived in central Illinois for 6 years while in seminary before coming back to Georgia.
Since Atlanta is my home, it was only natural that I am a huge Atlanta Braves fan. I never get tired of talking about baseball, and while I enjoy most sports, baseball is my favorite. Friends have even told me they would be hard pressed to find someone who has more (useless) Braves knowledge in their head than I have.
My father, Lynn, and grandfather, John, both devoted their lives as ministers in the local church. I have always been a part of the church and feel blessed that God has called me to serve as a minister. While I like enjoy talking all things Braves baseball, I really get excited when I can help others take their next step in trusting and following Jesus. Coke Zero is my beverage of choice and I think tomatoes are only useful to make pizza sauce and ketchup.
I have been working part-time as the financial manager at Legacy since November 2014 but I have been attending Legacy since it began. I graduated from Georgia State University and shortly after that married my husband, John. We have two children, Charlotte and Samuel. I have lived in Georgia all of my life but I enjoy visiting new places.
I started working at Legacy as the children’s director in August 2019 but have been attending since 2014. I am really excited about my journey - loving and teaching our children about our Lord and Savior. I met my husband, Gerry, in 2005 and we married in December 2006. Our son, Caden, was born in August of 2011 and he is the light of our lives. I was born and raised in Georgia and love spending time with my family and making memories. We are looking forward to seeing what God has planned for us and our church home.
Only God in His infinite wisdom could have paved the path that lead our family to Legacy Christian Church! It’s taken forty years, but in hindsight we can see so clearly how God was preparing us for such a time as this. We are thrilled to be coming alongside the youth in our community building them up in the faith with the same intentionality fostered by the leadership of the church.
Virginia and I got married in 2005 and the Lord has blessed us over the years with three wonderful children: Grace, Hope, and Micaiah. My work experiences have been quite a journey from teaching to the trades, fleet mechanic to restaurant management, and most recently the fire service. Now by the grace of God we’re circling back to youth work where it all began. Our family has been a part of Legacy since 2015 and couldn’t be happier about taking on this new role within our church home.
I began working as Legacy's as the discipleship pastor in mid 2019. I am married to Sue. We have been doing life together for 33 years. We have 3 grown sons, a daughter-in-love and the cutest grandson ever seen. There is another grandson due to arrive in November. Our joy and our passion is our family. We love to have them around and be with them.
We live in Fayetteville and Sue is an interpreter for the deaf. She also designs e-learning curriculum for a deaf video relay company (ask her all about it).
I have been a preacher, a youth minister, a school bus driver, a limousine chauffeur, a pastor and a few more things along the way. My passion is loving God and loving people (#lglp)
I started working at Legacy in November 2017. Jeff and I met in high school and married in 1988. Being military, we have lived in several states, but have lived in Senoia since 2002. We have two grown children, Ashley and Tristan. I have a BS in Business Management with 20+ years in medical/medical management and 8+ years in church management. My passion and my God-given gift is helping animals and their owners. I volunteer in multiple capacities with several rescues in the area and am on the board for Hearts N' Homes Rescue. I am a die-hard Bronco's fan!
I'm Sam Robinson, and I started officially working as the Technical Director here at Legacy November 2019. My wife, Lakin, and I graduated from the University of Georgia and moved to Newnan in 2017. We have three wonderful pets: two dogs, Elsa and Theo, and a cat, Emerson. I've been heavily involved in church since high school doing everything from playing in the worship band to being a Youth Worship Director during college. I have a background in audio and film production as well as business experience. Lakin and I are so excited to see where the Lord is leading us in life, and being a part of Legacy is an amazing step in our journey. God bless and Go Dawgs!
interim music minister
I have been serving as an interim music minister off and on for the past 13 years. The churches I have served range in both worship style and denomination, and my responsibilities have ranged from music composition, service design, and choir and orchestra conducting.
Currently, I am a full time filmmaker, businessman, EMBA candidate at UGA, and an Infantry Sergeant in the Ga Army National Guard