LOVING, PRAISING & SERVING TOGETHER.

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One of my favorite authors, CS Lewis, once said: 



Maybe you’ve never produced music or baptized anyone, but I think we can still be friends since I'm pretty sure you and I still have something in common: YOU'RE SCREWED UP! 

I know I just insulted you/us, but keep reading!  

Truth be told, some of my greatest life stories capture "Heck yeah!" successes, but most of my experiences include “What did I just do?!” failures. It makes sense though. Somewhere along the way I bought into the idea that failure doesn’t have to be permanent.  Failure is merely a learning opportunity and brings you one step closer to getting it right. It is for this reason that failure has led me to some of my sweetest victories. 

“Friendship is born at the moment when one man says to another 'What! You too?'”

If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 


There's a lot of leaders out there, but I've discovered that about 90% of them aren't worth following. Become a leader worth following. You may figure out how based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. 

Let's play leapfrog. 

It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have found a leader worth following: Jesus. I invite you to join my journey as I continue to explore and apply what I have learned from the greatest leader of all time. Simple and small action steps will not only help you become a leader worth following, but a leader who IS followed. Let's do this.

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

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If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 



You can become a leader worth following by figuring it out on your own based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. Let's play leapfrog.  It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have definitely learned things along the way and would love to share the good and the bad so you can leapfrog me. My hope is that you can take simple and small action steps based on each blog post that will help you become a better leader. You’ll be amazed at how far you can go by taking one small step at at time. 

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

ONECHURCH SERVE DAY: POSTPONED

You're invited to serve the people of San Juan County with the love of Christ! This year we will be joining together to serve others in a variety of projects on the same day, April 4, 2020. We will all meet at the Farmington Civic Center for a group photo and send-off, and then we'll divide into various teams to complete projects throughout Farmington, Aztec and Bloomfield. 

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DUE TO HEALTH CONCERNS RELATED TO COVID-19, WE WILL BE POSTPONING ALL ONECHURCH SERVE DAY PROJECTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

ALL VOLUNTEERS SHOULD SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS A LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. VOLUNTEERS WILL BE GIVEN EXACT ADDRESS OF PROJECT LOCATIONS AFTER THEY HAVE TURNED IN A LIABILITY FORM AT THE CIVIC CENTER. MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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HOW TO SERVE

SERVE DAY PROJECTS

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Gary Kavan
• Project Description: cleaning up, indoor & outdoor painting, craft preparation, materials organization, indoor plant rehabilitation, trash pickup, skatepark clean up
• Team Size: 30
• Difficulty Level: ranges from light to moderate; there are several projects that do not require physical labor or mobility
• Supplies Needed: provided

PROJECT #1:

SYCAMORE COMMUNITY CENTER

• Team Leader: Randy Joslin
• Project Description: light trash clean up
• Team size: 6
• Difficulty level: light work; walking required
• Supplies Needed: trash bags & gloves

PROJECT #2:

BERG PARK

• Team Leaders: Matt Mizell & Dane LePlatt
• Project Description: trash clean up
• Team Size: no maximum
• Difficulty Level: light work, walking
• Supplies Needed: trash bags, gloves

PROJECT #3:

FARMINGTON LAKE

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: PHSM Volunteer
• Project Description: painting art in the alley as preparation for the Farmington art walk 
• Team Size: 10-20 high school students
• Difficulty level: light work, requires mobility
• Supplies Needed: will be provided 

PROJECT #4:

ART IN THE ALLEY PROJECT

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Jeral Dickenson
• Project Description: yard clean up, raking leaves, trimming small shrubs, leaf removal, general spring cleaning
• Team Size: 10
• Difficulty Level: light work
• Supplies Needed: gloves, leaf bag, rakes, tree & shrub trimmers, general yard tools

PROJECT #5:

RESIDENCE CLEAN UP (Malone Pl, Farmington) 

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Bryan Corley
• Project Description: basic yard work, raking leaves, trimming of shrubs
• Team Size: 10 or less
• Difficulty Level: light work
• Supplies Needed: gloves, leaf bag, rakes, tree & shrub trimmers, general yard tools

PROJECT #6:

RESIDENCE CLEAN UP (Plaza Drive, Farmington)

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Cody Stovall
• Project Description: leaf clean up, raking, and small outdoor chores (Note: resident has had a very long battle with cancer; he loves having a cleaned up yard, but this has been difficult due to his health)
• Team size: 10
• Difficulty Level: light work
• Supplies Needed: gloves, leaf bag, rakes, tree & shrub trimmers, general yard tools

PROJECT #7:

RESIDENCE CLEAN UP (Road 3020, Aztec)

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Monty Mullinex
• Project Description: yard clean up, raking leaves, general yard maintenance (Note: resident has recently had back surgery)
• Team Size: 10
• Difficulty Level: light work
• Supplies Needed: gloves, leaf bags, rakes, tree & shrub trimmers, general yard tools

PROJECT #8:

RESIDENCE CLEAN UP (West Hammond, Bloomfield)

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Canaan Myers
• Project Description: minor clean up, yard work, neighborhood work
• Team size: 10
• Difficulty Level: light work
• Supplies Needed: gloves, leaf bags, rakes, tree & shrub trimmers, general yard tools

PROJECT #9:

RESIDENCE CLEAN UP (North Cochiti, Farmington)

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Brian Adams
• Project Description: minor clean up, yard work, neighborhood work
• Team size: 10
• Difficulty Level: light work
• Supplies Needed: gloves, leaf bags, rakes, tree & shrub trimmers, general yard tools

PROJECT #10:

RESIDENCE CLEAN UP (East Navajo, Farmington)

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: Brent Heddin
• Project Description: minor clean up, leaf removal, trash removal
• Team size: 10 or less
• Difficulty Level: light work
• Supplies Needed: gloves, leaf bags, rakes, tree & shrub trimmers, general yard tools

PROJECT #11:

RESIDENCE CLEAN UP (Loma Alta, Farmington)

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leaders: Jeff Blackburn & Cindy Polk
• Project Description: removal of dumped trash & appliances
• Team size: 15+
• Difficulty level: moderate; some big items may need to be moved
• Supplies Needed: Jeff will bring truck and trailer, but other trucks and would be helpful.

PROJECT #12:

City of Aztec Public Lands Clean Up 

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leaders: Alan Wolford & Gabriel Salazar
• Project Description: roadside trash clean up
• Team size: scalable
• Difficulty level: moderate
• Supplies Needed: gloves & trash bags

PROJECT #13:

HIGHWAY CLEAN UP (Bloomfield 550)

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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• Team Leader: David Florez
• Project Description: roadside trash clean up between Broadway & West Main St.
• Team Size: 10+
• Difficulty Level: moderate
• Supplies Needed: gloves, trash bags

PROJECT #14:

HIGHWAY CLEAN UP (Broadway & West Main St.) 

ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHOW UP AT THE FARMINGTON CIVIC CENTER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020, AT 8:00AM. EACH PROJECT HAS LIMITED NUMBER OF POSITIONS, SO SHOW UP EARLY ON APRIL 4 SO YOU CAN JOIN THE PROJECT YOU WISH. 

IF THE PROJECT YOU SELECT IS FILLED UP, YOU MAY SELECT ANOTHER SERVICE PROJECT. SEVERAL PROJECTS HAVE AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS.

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One of my favorite authors, CS Lewis, once said: 



Maybe you’ve never produced music or baptized anyone, but I think we can still be friends since I'm pretty sure you and I still have something in common: YOU'RE SCREWED UP! 

I know I just insulted you/us, but keep reading!  

Truth be told, some of my greatest life stories capture "Heck yeah!" successes, but most of my experiences include “What did I just do?!” failures. It makes sense though. Somewhere along the way I bought into the idea that failure doesn’t have to be permanent.  Failure is merely a learning opportunity and brings you one step closer to getting it right. It is for this reason that failure has led me to some of my sweetest victories. 

“Friendship is born at the moment when one man says to another 'What! You too?'”

If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 


There's a lot of leaders out there, but I've discovered that about 90% of them aren't worth following. Become a leader worth following. You may figure out how based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. 

Let's play leapfrog. 

It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have found a leader worth following: Jesus. I invite you to join my journey as I continue to explore and apply what I have learned from the greatest leader of all time. Simple and small action steps will not only help you become a leader worth following, but a leader who IS followed. Let's do this.

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

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If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 



You can become a leader worth following by figuring it out on your own based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. Let's play leapfrog.  It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have definitely learned things along the way and would love to share the good and the bad so you can leapfrog me. My hope is that you can take simple and small action steps based on each blog post that will help you become a better leader. You’ll be amazed at how far you can go by taking one small step at at time. 

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

CONNIE MACK: 07/26/20

Connie Mack is one of the biggest events each year in San Juan County. Hundreds of athletes from around the country compete for the title in the World Series of amateur baseball. In 2019, 12 congregations joined together to shut their doors on the Sunday of Connie Mack's kickoff to have a church service catered toward those visiting our area for the tournament. In 2020, we will join together once again to serve our community together. Join us at Rickett's Park at 7:30am on July 26, 2020, for one of the most exciting and energetic services of the entire year!  

COMING SOON

One of my favorite authors, CS Lewis, once said: 



Maybe you’ve never produced music or baptized anyone, but I think we can still be friends since I'm pretty sure you and I still have something in common: YOU'RE SCREWED UP! 

I know I just insulted you/us, but keep reading!  

Truth be told, some of my greatest life stories capture "Heck yeah!" successes, but most of my experiences include “What did I just do?!” failures. It makes sense though. Somewhere along the way I bought into the idea that failure doesn’t have to be permanent.  Failure is merely a learning opportunity and brings you one step closer to getting it right. It is for this reason that failure has led me to some of my sweetest victories. 

“Friendship is born at the moment when one man says to another 'What! You too?'”

If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 


There's a lot of leaders out there, but I've discovered that about 90% of them aren't worth following. Become a leader worth following. You may figure out how based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. 

Let's play leapfrog. 

It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have found a leader worth following: Jesus. I invite you to join my journey as I continue to explore and apply what I have learned from the greatest leader of all time. Simple and small action steps will not only help you become a leader worth following, but a leader who IS followed. Let's do this.

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

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If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 



You can become a leader worth following by figuring it out on your own based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. Let's play leapfrog.  It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have definitely learned things along the way and would love to share the good and the bad so you can leapfrog me. My hope is that you can take simple and small action steps based on each blog post that will help you become a better leader. You’ll be amazed at how far you can go by taking one small step at at time. 

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

NIGHT OF WORSHIP: 11/15/20

Anyone throughout San Juan County is invited to join our next Night of Worship on Sunday, November 15, 2020. This year's OneChurch Night of Worship  will be held at McGee Park from 6:00-7:30pm. A love offering will be taken, and all donations will go to fund OneChurch events rather than be distributed to any participating churches. 

COMING SOON

One of my favorite authors, CS Lewis, once said: 



Maybe you’ve never produced music or baptized anyone, but I think we can still be friends since I'm pretty sure you and I still have something in common: YOU'RE SCREWED UP! 

I know I just insulted you/us, but keep reading!  

Truth be told, some of my greatest life stories capture "Heck yeah!" successes, but most of my experiences include “What did I just do?!” failures. It makes sense though. Somewhere along the way I bought into the idea that failure doesn’t have to be permanent.  Failure is merely a learning opportunity and brings you one step closer to getting it right. It is for this reason that failure has led me to some of my sweetest victories. 

“Friendship is born at the moment when one man says to another 'What! You too?'”

If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 


There's a lot of leaders out there, but I've discovered that about 90% of them aren't worth following. Become a leader worth following. You may figure out how based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. 

Let's play leapfrog. 

It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have found a leader worth following: Jesus. I invite you to join my journey as I continue to explore and apply what I have learned from the greatest leader of all time. Simple and small action steps will not only help you become a leader worth following, but a leader who IS followed. Let's do this.

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

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If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 



You can become a leader worth following by figuring it out on your own based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. Let's play leapfrog.  It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have definitely learned things along the way and would love to share the good and the bad so you can leapfrog me. My hope is that you can take simple and small action steps based on each blog post that will help you become a better leader. You’ll be amazed at how far you can go by taking one small step at at time. 

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

What is OneChurch? 

OneChurch is a network of churches from throughout San Juan County that have come together for the sake of unity in the name of Jesus Christ. We are more alike than unalike. 

OneChurch Mission

To love and serve others in the name of Jesus Christ together.

Who Can Join OneChurch?

Anyone may join the OneChurch movement. Pastors and church leaders who are interested in joining OneChurch must agree to the Statement of Faith to join. 

One of my favorite authors, CS Lewis, once said: 



Maybe you’ve never produced music or baptized anyone, but I think we can still be friends since I'm pretty sure you and I still have something in common: YOU'RE SCREWED UP! 

I know I just insulted you/us, but keep reading!  

Truth be told, some of my greatest life stories capture "Heck yeah!" successes, but most of my experiences include “What did I just do?!” failures. It makes sense though. Somewhere along the way I bought into the idea that failure doesn’t have to be permanent.  Failure is merely a learning opportunity and brings you one step closer to getting it right. It is for this reason that failure has led me to some of my sweetest victories. 

“Friendship is born at the moment when one man says to another 'What! You too?'”

If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 


There's a lot of leaders out there, but I've discovered that about 90% of them aren't worth following. Become a leader worth following. You may figure out how based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. 

Let's play leapfrog. 

It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have found a leader worth following: Jesus. I invite you to join my journey as I continue to explore and apply what I have learned from the greatest leader of all time. Simple and small action steps will not only help you become a leader worth following, but a leader who IS followed. Let's do this.

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

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If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 



You can become a leader worth following by figuring it out on your own based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. Let's play leapfrog.  It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have definitely learned things along the way and would love to share the good and the bad so you can leapfrog me. My hope is that you can take simple and small action steps based on each blog post that will help you become a better leader. You’ll be amazed at how far you can go by taking one small step at at time. 

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

OneChurch Statement of Faith

We believe in the name of Jesus.  We believe in unity in the church. We believe we are better together.

One of my favorite authors, CS Lewis, once said: 



Maybe you’ve never produced music or baptized anyone, but I think we can still be friends since I'm pretty sure you and I still have something in common: YOU'RE SCREWED UP! 

I know I just insulted you/us, but keep reading!  

Truth be told, some of my greatest life stories capture "Heck yeah!" successes, but most of my experiences include “What did I just do?!” failures. It makes sense though. Somewhere along the way I bought into the idea that failure doesn’t have to be permanent.  Failure is merely a learning opportunity and brings you one step closer to getting it right. It is for this reason that failure has led me to some of my sweetest victories. 

“Friendship is born at the moment when one man says to another 'What! You too?'”

If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 


There's a lot of leaders out there, but I've discovered that about 90% of them aren't worth following. Become a leader worth following. You may figure out how based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. 

Let's play leapfrog. 

It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have found a leader worth following: Jesus. I invite you to join my journey as I continue to explore and apply what I have learned from the greatest leader of all time. Simple and small action steps will not only help you become a leader worth following, but a leader who IS followed. Let's do this.

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.” 

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If you look close enough, every story from the past provides a learning opportunity for the future. My life mission statement is this: 



You can become a leader worth following by figuring it out on your own based on trial and error… OR you can learn from the past experiences of others so you can leapfrog over their failures and gain insight from their wins. Let's play leapfrog.  It's not that I believe I have mastered any of my passions, but I have definitely learned things along the way and would love to share the good and the bad so you can leapfrog me. My hope is that you can take simple and small action steps based on each blog post that will help you become a better leader. You’ll be amazed at how far you can go by taking one small step at at time. 

“To inspire and equip others to become leaders who are worth following.”