Community Evangelical Free Church of Mahomet wants to make a lasting difference in the lives of people, our community, and in the world. Our mission is to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Christ "Loving God" first and foremost and then "Loving People". That's how we're able to make a difference, and it's the driving force behind everything we do. A church isn't a building - it's the people who gather in Jesus' Name.
Jason is married to Tasha, and father of Jakob, Mollie, Abigail and Samuel. Jason is a graduate of Liberty University with a Bachelors in Religion and Theology, and a minor in Christian Counseling.
Pastor Jason did not grow up in a Christian home, but in his mid 30's had his life, and the life of his family, radically changed by the power of Jesus Christ. Because of this, Pastor Jason firmly believes that Jesus has come to seek and save all. He also enjoys reading, writing, movies, laughing and spending time with his family.
Pastor Jason's hope for Community Evangelical Free Church of Mahomet is that we would be a family who know and worship God rightly, that in His majesty we would walk in compassion, mercy and grace and that both our minds and our hearts would be shaped by Jesus Christ.
You can hear Pastor Jason on WGNN/WGNJ, co-hosting for the Wednesday and Friday editions of Mark and Friends, airing at 7:32 a.m. and 7:32 p.m. (www.greatnewsradio.org).
He also co-leads trips to Israel with station manager Mark Burns, including one this very month.
Jacob is first a follower of Christ and second a husband to Sarah. Pastor Jacob is a graduate of Lincoln Christian University with a Bachelors in Worship Ministry and is pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology at Lincoln Christian University. Jacob loves Jesus, his family, teaching, cream soda, a good cheeseburger, and bow ties. He has a fascination of history, specifically in the development of theology and philosophy over time and the context out of which they are born.
He grew up in a multiple generation Christian home and has vivid memories of sitting at the Sunday lunch table while his grandfather would poke and prod theological questions to his children (Jacob’s parents, and aunts and uncles). He was encouraged by his high school pastor to not just read the words of the Bible but to critically think about what he was reading; to not just read the words but read the meaning. And since then Jacob has had a passion for teaching people, specifically young students, to do the same.
Jan joined the staff at CEFCM as secretary in March of 2014 after retiring from teaching at Judah Christian School. You will find her in the office on Mondays and Thursdays from 12-5:00pm and Fridays from 11:00am-4:00pm. Jan and her husband, Mike have two adult sons, Chris (Lyuda) and Ben (Liz), and 3 granddaughters. They have been members of CEFCM since 2012.