Nathan lived much of his early teenage years thinking his eternal destiny was secured in heaven. After facing the gripping truth that "a good tree bears good fruit" he realized he did not have an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ. It was in college that the Holy Spirit revealed the depth of Nathan's sin and he fully trusted in the atoning work of Christ for his salvation from the condemnation of God. Upon receiving new life in Christ, he began growing in his understanding of the Scriptures and he faithfully served his church body. This led to a desire to further his education in seminary and serve the church in gospel ministry. He earned his Masters of Divinity degree at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary and he finds his greatest joys in shepherding the flock of God.
Before his responsibility as Pastor, Nathan strives to lead his wife and children in a biblical way. He is married to his incredible wife Amy and they are graciously blessed with five children: Molly, Grace Ann, Lily, Peter and Mila.