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.
financial manager / communications director
I started working at Legacy in November 2017. Jeff and I met in high school in Colorado and married in 1988 at the old Newnan Square. Being military, we have lived in several states, but have lived in Senoia since 2002 and have called Coweta/Fayette County home since 1988.
We have two grown children, Ashley and Tristan. Ashley is married and lives in Newnan with her sweet husband Tim. Tristan lives and works here in Senoia.
I have a BS in Business Management with 20+ years in medical/medical management and 13+ years in church/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.
More information to come about Colby. We are excited to have him as part of the team.
family ministry director
I am a true Floridian (born, raised, and lived most of my life) but ready to take on Georgia life and eager for the adventure God's brought before us here at Legacy.
Brian (whom I met at youth group when I was 16) and were married in 2006 and have a ‘circus’ of our own. We have 4 children, and what circus is complete without a dog and a cat?
I attended and graduated from Florida Christian College in Kissimmee, Florida.
I love to be around kids and students helping them to discover the life changing message of Jesus Christ and helping them to become lifelong disciples of Him. The great thing about my role at Legacy is that I have the best of both worlds leading kids and teens. With kids you can use fun ways to teach them and celebrate Jesus (like with confetti or ooblek) and they don’t look at you like a weirdo. Teens provide the opportunities for deeper theological discussions as they desire to dive deep in their own faith — where they’re branching off from the faith of their parents.
I love Coca-Cola, confetti eggs, Chick-fil-A, frozen pizza (cooked of course!), and all sorts of sweets! (I’m really like a kid!)
After quite a few moves over the past 11 years within Florida, to Delaware then finally settling here in Senoia 3 years ago. My husband Steve and our youngest daughter now call Senoia
home. Before we were even moved into our home the Lord directed our steps right to Legacy Christian Church. We have been attending ever since. We love our church family here. It's an
honor to work here.
Despite having a degree in marketing I chose to stay home and raise my children, all but the youngest are grown and building their own lives. I’m now in a season where I have a lot more
time to serve outside of the home. When I realized Legacy had a need for an administrative coordinator the timing was perfect. It is much like running a home just on a larger scale and a
lot more people to love on. So a perfect fit all around.
I love Jesus, the outdoors, sunset chasing especially at the beach. I’ve recently found a new hobby creating all things sourdough and that’s been fun to experiment with and in doing so it
has led me to areas of the Bible that reference bread and its amazing just how many times it is mentioned, then reflecting on those scriptures as I bake and how it draws me that much closer
to my Father. It has been neat! I also am a big foodie so I love cooking and serving and I am blessed enough to get to serve a meal the first Wednesday of the month right here at the