Trevor joined Lenawee Christian Ministries in February 2010. He served three years as Executive Vice President before assuming the role of President in June 2013. He provides executive leadership for Lenawee Christian Ministries, which operates both Lenawee Christian School and The Christian Family Centre. Prior to joining the ministry, Trevor worked in various strategic and operational capacities for Fortune 500 aerospace companies, but felt a clear call to use his gifts full-time for ministry. He holds a bachelor of arts in finance from the University of Iowa and a master’s of business administration from Wichita State University. Trevor has held church board positions and been active in numerous ministries and small groups. He currently serves on the board of Adrian First Church of the Nazarene and the Lenawee United Way. Trevor has a great heart for building community and impacting lives through the power and truth of Jesus Christ. He also loves hiking, playing and coaching a wide range of sports, and reading. Trevor and his wife Keri have three children who attend LCS. They attend Adrian First Church of the Nazarene.
Ryan joined Lenawee Christian Ministries in January 2013. He oversees daily operations for Lenawee Christian Ministries, which operates both Lenawee Christian School and The Christian Family Centre. These duties include supervision of facilities and grounds, the Centre Café and Catering, procurement, and development of special projects such as The Corner Park. Prior to joining the ministry, Ryan worked as a hospital administrator for some of the largest health systems in the country providing operations management, strategic planning, business development, and physician relations. He holds a master’s of healthcare administration degree from the University of Missouri and a bachelor of arts in business administration from the University of Sioux Falls. Ryan has many hobbies and interests including playing guitar for church worship teams, playing sports, camping, fishing and enjoying leisure time with family and friends. Ryan and his wife Jamie have two daughters who attend Lenawee Christian School. The Johnson family attends Grace Point Evangelical Free Church.
Craig joined the ministry of The Centre in 2002. He oversees community and corporate wellness. His role is to develop wellness programs that support local corporate businesses and be a connector for community ministries and organizations to utilize The Centre and its resources for physical, social and spiritual wellness. Prior to taking on this role, Craig helped develop various programs and events such as Impact Sports, Impact Camps, and a variety of Adult Sports leagues.
Prior to arriving in Adrian, he was an athletic director, initiated various summer sports camps, coached college basketball, and gave leadership to a variety of college outreach ministry trips. He holds a bachelor of arts in business administration from Briercrest College (Canada) and a master of arts in organizational leadership from Briercrest Seminary (Canada). Craig is a current elder at Grace Point EFC and part of the Awana leadership team. Craig is married to Christi and they have three girls who attend Lenawee Christian School.
Stacy joined The Centre in August 2010. She directs all Programs and Events at The Centre, ranging from Impact Sports & Camps to Conferences to Concerts to Fall Fest. Prior to joining the ministry, Stacy has held a variety of roles ranging from Office Manager of the Lenawee County Fair & Event Grounds to being a small business owner to being a homemaker. Stacy has a heart for the community and children, serving three years as the Adrian Area MOPS coordinator and currently on the board of Pajamarama, a non-profit organization focused on homeless children in Lenawee County. From a ministry standpoint, Stacy has years of experience leading Upward Basketball programs, Vacation Bible Schools, and other children’s events along with mission trips to Panama and Africa. Stacy and her husband John have two children. They attend Adrian First Church of the Nazarene.