Job Title: Associate Pastor
Education: Missouri State University
Years in church ministry: 12
Describe your job: I lead CrossPoint Young Adults, teach on the weekend teaching team, and am the creative director.
Family: My wife’s name is Kyla and we have a little girl named Eleanor.
Hometown: Manila, Philippines
I started going to CrossPoint… I’ve been at CrossPoint since August of 2021. My family and I have loved being a part of this church family and so look forward to doing ministry together.
What is a random task that you do that not many people know about? I lead our creative team. Managing videos, graphics, livestream, and overall look and feel of CrossPoint Church.
What do you want people to know about the church staff? In my short time here, it’s clear that this is a staff that loves God and loves people. Pastor Bruce leads the way with character and integrity and it trickles down to the whole staff.
In what ways have you seen God move through your ministry? I love helping people take their next right step. Whether it be someone turning from their sin and trusting God for their eternity, growing in their discipleship, or discovering and activating their God-given gifts—there’s so many things worth celebrating.
THIS OR THAT?
Chick-Fil-A or Raising Cane's? Chick-Fil-A (many times a week)
Mountains or beach? The Beach
Early bird or night owl? Night owl
Coffee or tea? Sweet tea? Is that allowed?
Starbucks or Portola? I’ll stop by Chick-Fil-A to get a sweet tea and meet you at Starbucks
Casual or dressy? Little bit of both.
You have a free Saturday. What do you do? Brunch with my girls, afternoon movie, boba and fun errands, and dinner by the beach.
What’s the longest you would wait in the In n Out drive through? 15 minutes
One place I’ve always wanted to visit is… So-Fi Stadium
Favorite spot in Huntington Beach? Huntington Dog beach with my dog.
A book you would recommend to everyone? Soul Keeping by John Ortberg
What’s the weirdest thing about you? My wife and I do a lot of weird voices, dances, and faces to each other. We try and pretend we’re normal people as long as we can.