Jeremy has a passion to magnify the Word of God and be radically obedient to Jesus. A Wisconsin Rapids native, he served a megachurch in the Fargo area for two years before serving as lead pastor of a church outside of Austin, Texas for ten years.
From 2017–2021, he planted a church in Mesa, Arizona focusing on following the way of Jesus every day.
Jeremy has been married to Michelle since 2002 and they have four daughters and a boy dog. Besides Jesus and his family, Jeremy also enjoys golf, guitar, and coffee.
Jeremy is also the instructor of preaching for Harvest Workers (an online ministry training program) and a regular contributor to the LCMC’s quarterly publication.
Dorothy and her husband, Scott, have been members of Olivet for over 15 years. She was on the Stewardship Committee for several years and was the Church bookkeeper for two years before taking the job as Church Administrator.
Dorothy and Scott have also led several Financial Peace University classes. Prior to being full-time at Olivet, Dorothy worked 32 years at a local law firm. She was a legal secretary and then technology manager, providing computer and software support as well as bookkeeping.
She enjoys traveling, eating out, camping, geocaching, scrapbooking and reading. She has two children and five grandchildren.
Trish and her family are excited to be part of the Olivet family as we reach the Coulee Region with the love of Christ. She and her husband of 25 years, Jim, have been in ministry together for over 20 years and have seven children.
She has spent most of her career as both a middle school teacher and a children and family minister. Her hobbies include singing, sewing, reading, spending time with her family and playing volleyball.
A verse that challenges and inspires Trish is Psalm 139:14, which talks about how each of us are “fearfully and wonderfully made” and how God’s works are “wonderful.” This means that each student, child, adult and stranger have been made by God’s hands and deserve to know the amazing love that He has for them. Another verse that she strives to live out everyday is Genesis 50:20, which talks about how the sinful world may desire to harm us or speak poorly about us, yet God uses our circumstances to bring Him honor and glory.
Abigail has experience planning and leading traditional and contemporary services in her home state of Alaska as well as Louisiana, where she attended college. She has a deep love for the Lord and has felt that God has always been calling her to lead others in worship.
She plays bass, piano, guitar and bassoon. She leads many of our worship services and directs the worship teams and musicians. She has a love for children and is excited to work with our children and youth in the area of music ministry as well.
Abigail has also worked as a tour guide in Juneau, Alaska. She has a love for the outdoors and enjoys being outside. She is married to Connor and has a daughter named Astrid.