In keeping with our new team approach to church leadership, we currently have a team of teachers/preachers that rotate every Sunday. Below is our current speaking team.
Stew Sheckler is our Next-Generation Pastor who oversees cradle to college, and he works hands-on with our middle school through college students. He and his wife Dawn and their two daughters, Maddie and Abbi, have been part of BCC since 2013. Stew has been a pastor for 25 years, serving both in churches and with a para-church organization known as The Navigators. In each ministry, God has shown him over and over again the necessity for helping people become disciples who can pass along their walk with Jesus to another person. His entire ministry is centered around imitating Jesus and helping others do the same. Stew is also a huge comic book geek.
Ted Gatlin is a husband, dad, and a simple guy from Arkansas. He’s been married to Kristi, the love of his life for 22 years, and they have four children (Riley, Mary Beth, Cory, and Lucy). He recently retired from the US Air Force, and decided to make Beavercreek their long-term home. He found his way back onto the base as a civilian program manager shaping the future budget of the Air Force. He loves to ride his bike, watch movies/sports, and play with the kids. Ted also works with the middle-schoolers in our Student Community.
Isaac Seevers and his wife, Emily, live in Jamestown where they raise their three kids, Eliza, Abe, and Owen. Professionally, he is the Superintendent at Greeneview Local Schools. They have attended BCC for the past 7 years and have enjoyed serving on the worship team and children’s area. Isaac grew up as a preacher’s kid (and grandkid), but he chose education as his mission field. He enjoys golfing, fishing, watching/playing sports, and coaching his kids’ sports teams.
Jordan Curtis first got involved at BCC while he was in high school where he first felt the call to go into ministry. After studying at Cincinnati Christian University, he served as a youth minister at a local church for about 5 years before he felt the call to do something different with his life. He started attending BCC again where he met his wife, Stephanie. The two of them live in Beavercreek with their pup, Winston.