Evangelist – Chad Hogue

Pastor Chad joined the New Hope staffing July of 2016.  He has served in ministry since 1996. Chad is a graduate of Mt. Vernon Nazarene University and is an ordained minister in the Brethren in Christ Church.  Chad and his wife Mindy are adoptive parents.  They serve as educators for adoption training, parenting classes, and home education.  They have served all over the US, Mexico and Canada.  They desire to experience God’s work in their lives, as well as to be an expression of Jesus Christ to any person or situation the God places them.


 

Evangelist – John Juneman

John is an evangelist, teacher, writer, husband, and father.  He travels to preach and teach the Word in churches throughout North America and to facilitate ongoing discipleship in Jesus Christ.  He serves as the Evangelist in Residence at Trevecca Community Church and faculty adjunct in the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN.  He also teaches live weekly online Bible classes to high school students around the world through The Potter’s School.  John’s highest calling is to disciple his family and to be the daily demonstration of Jesus to his wife, Trina, son, Carey and daughter and son-in-law, Chaili and Michael.  He graduated from Olivet Nazarene University, Nazarene Theological Seminary, and received the Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theology Seminary in 2004.  


First Saturday Morning/Sunday Morning – Hank Johnson

Hank joined the staff of the Harrisburg Brethren in Christ Church as Pastor of Youth Ministries in September 2008. In 2013, Hank accepted an invitation to become Pastor of Discipleship and Youth Ministries. The expansion of his responsibilities over the years has included work with HBIC’s Church Board and Mosaics Committee as well as our Adult Discipleship and Worship Ministry Teams. Hank began serving as Senior Pastor in October 2018.

Hank was born in Monrovia (Liberia). Due to Civil War, Hank’s family lived as immigrants and refugees in Freetown (Sierra Leone) and Abidjan (Ivory Coast), before settling in Palisades Park (New Jersey) and Philadelphia (Pennsylvania). Hank graduated from Central High School in Philadelphia, and then from Messiah College in 2004. He completed a Master of Divinity from Evangelical Theological Seminary in May 2014, graduating with high distinction.

Hank’s ministry experience has been gleaned through serving at camps, community and youth centers, and in the social work field. Hank and his wife, Shell, live in Harrisburg with their daughters, Harper and Kennedy.

When asked about his passions, Hank shared that he enjoys encouraging people, challenging them to take ownership of their faith, and living out the gospel of Jesus Christ. He believes our call is to live and love like Christ lived and loved. Hank also enjoys sports, fellowship with family and friends, traveling, good food, and board games.


First Saturday Night – Jeremy Spear

Jeremy grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and went to Kansas City College and Bible School in Overland Park, Kansas as well as Hobe Sound Bible College in Florida, where he met his wife Ronda. He knew they would get married the first time he saw her. After 30 years of marriage, he says it’s still her touch and her smile that he needs to have each day. Together they have been remodeling a 250+ year-old house—a place for their three grown children, one daughter-in-law, and one grandson to visit.

Jeremy directs all aspects of the camp’s ministry, prepares budgets and casts vision, which he’s been doing since 2011. He looks forward to continuing to lead the Roxbury team in serving people and sharing Christ’s love. He enjoys attending the services of the various groups and has found it to be spiritually encouraging—challenging him to study the scriptures to find the basis for his own faith. Before serving as the Camp Director, Jeremy pastored Lakeview Community Church in Goodrich, Michigan from 2008 – 2011. Prior to that he served as a youth pastor to churches in Michigan and Oklahoma. He always knows two things: how many days until Camp Meeting and how many days until his next cruise.

Jeremy has been Roxbury Holiness Camps Executive Director since July 2011.  Jeremy served as a youth pastor for 17 years in several states and revitalized a church in Goodrich Michigan from 2001 – 2011.

In his spare time Jeremy  makes custom pens and other woodworking projects.


Second Weekend MISSIONS DAY

Mission Day Speaker –

 

Weekday Morning Speakers

Monday and Tuesday  –  Evie Telfer

PASTOR & ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PASTORAL MINISTRIES AT MESSIAH LIFEWAYS

Educated at Vanderbilt University (BA), Asbury Seminary (MDiv) and Loyola University in Maryland (MS), she served for 22 years as Student Ministries pastor at Messiah University before joining the Messiah Lifeways team in 2019. Evie was raised in the Episcopal Church, came to personal faith through Young Life, served as a missionary in Kenya with Youth with a Mission and was licensed as a pastor in the Brethren in Christ Church in 2013. Evie earned her license as a professional counselor in 2017. She enjoys trips out West to visit family, gardening, hiking and riding her horse, Woozer.

Wednesday and Thursday Mornings – Idotress Joseph

Idotress has attended and been part of the Harrisburg BIC Church for the past several years.


 

Friday Morning – Dr. David Kent

Pastor Westside BIC

Dr. Kent is a retired Medical Doctor, that is now answering the call to Pastoral ministry.  Dr. Kent will be teaching us during the healing service on Friday morning.


Closing weekend Evangelist Steve DeNeff

Rev. Steve DeNeff graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) with an undergraduate degree in 1981 and with his M.Div. in 1996. He received an honorary Ph.D. from IWU in 2003.

Pastor DeNeff is the Lead Pastor at College Wesleyan Church (CWC), which is strategically located between IWU and the Marion community, “giving us the unique advantage (and call/mission) to serve both,” DeNeff said. “When we built the church at its current location, we purposely placed the cross on top of the building, facing north and south as opposed to the more traditional east and west. This is symbolic of our intent to not only serve both campus and community, but to be a bridge that opens doors for shared community, relationship and spiritual formation. At College Church, we are privileged to have a myriad of resources in our people. Through them, we are able to resource the greater Church. While there are churches who are really good at incorporating current trends into their DNA and others who hold fast to long-standing traditions, CWC finds itself standing in the strength of both heritage and a mission that is timeless in serving an ever-changing culture.”

DeNeff is an avid reader, and he enjoys jogging. He likes time away at his cottage in Holland, Michigan, a great donut, bold coffee and watching his kids grow up into the life God has placed them.