Jeremy is a native Floridian and grew up in a small town in southeastern Hillsborough County. He surrendered to God’s call into ministry later in life, however he felt the call while still in high school.

Jeremy surrendered to God’s call into ministry in 2010 and served as a youth pastor and bi-vocational pastor at churches in central Florida before God called him to serve at Fellowship. Prior to ministry, Jeremy worked as a process server, roofing salesman and most recently as an operations manager for a local propane company in Hardee County.
Here is a portion of his testimony:

I was raised in a Southern Baptist church and repeated the ‘sinner’s prayer’ many times. This was the only assurance I had of my salvation. I struggled with this for many years. It was well into my adult life that God showed me that it was only by His grace that I was saved. My work profited nothing. I realized that being raised in church or repeating a prayer did not obligate God to save me. God is obligated to no man and owes him nothing. God showed me through Scripture that I was only saved by the sovereign grace shown in God’s calling and choosing of me.

Jeremy has been married to Charla since 2000 and they have 2 daughters, Kayleigh and Paige, whom they homeschool.