Gabe was born and raised in Kansas City. God opened his eyes to the gospel of Jesus in middle school. He loves and served in Young Life and in his local church. Gabe met his wife Heather in Chicago while they were at Moody Bible Institute. God has given them two kids, Tytus and Joelle. Gabe and Heather are both competitive board gamers and passionate about enjoying the outdoors through hiking and camping. Gabe loves coffee, burritos and burgers. His favorite tv shows are British mystery and drama. His favorite books are You Can Change by Tim Chester and The Cross Centered Life by CJ Mahaney. Gabe loves to be challenged and encouraged to grow in his relationship with Jesus. A life-long proverb is Proverbs 27:17: “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”
(Worship Leader and Admin)
Aaron was born and raised less than a mile from Calvary Summitview, attending Newton Middle School right across the street from the church and Arapahoe High School not too far away either. He loves being able to serve and minister in the area where he grew up! Aaron is married to Emma, and they met at Colorado Christian University when both were on the same RA team. They have been married for over 2 years, and they love traveling, cooking, and being with their golden retriever Russell. Aaron loves to read anything and everything (from theology and history to biographies and fantasy novels) and listen to all kinds of music (from hip hop and alternative to metal and classical). He also loves watching international and club soccer (particularly Manchester United), exploring new food and drinks, and spending as much time with his friends and family as he can. Some of his favorite books include The Christian Institutes by John Calvin, Knowing God by J.I. Packer, and The Stranger by Albert Camus. One of his favorite Bible verses is John 1:14: “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.” Aaron is a current M.Div. student at Denver Seminary and is scheduled to graduate in May 2018.