The staff and leadership here at Fluvanna is comprised of men and women who love, care and pray for every single person in the church. If you have any questions for any of our staff, feel free to reach out and email them or call our church office to speak with them. You can contact the church office at email@example.com
Alan became pastor of Fluvanna Baptist in August of 1989. Yes, that’s a long time ago. Way back then he had just graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological seminary and believed that he and his wonderful wife Evie were heading to the mission field overseas. Alan grew up speaking Spanish in Uruguay, South America where his parents were missionaries and desired to see Christ proclaimed around the world. As God would have it, it has been the joy of his life to shepherd the people of God called Fluvanna. His desire is to see “Christ formed in us.”
Alan has been married to his wife Evie for 36 years and they have 8 children and 5 grandchildren with dreams of many more to come. With that many kids you wouldn’t expect that he would have many hobbies or free time. He loves being dad and is incredibly proud of his children and their spouses and grandchildren! His greatest joy and prayer is to see his “children walking in the truth.”
Alan’s prayer is that God would continue to advance His Kingdom in and through the body of Christ that is Fluvanna Baptist. He believes that the best days are always in the future for those who are completely surrendered to love and obey God. He would love for you to join with him in this vision.
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Jamie came on staff in October 1998. She and her husband, Keith have been married for 32 years. They are quite proud to talk with you about their growing family of 3 daughters and sons-in-law who have blessed their lives with 7 grandchildren. In addition to the family time that she cherishes with her husband, children, and grandchildren you can often find her with camera in tow shooting anything in nature or in the kitchen testing and experimenting with a new recipe.
At our church, you will hear the word “gospel” repeatedly because it is the most important truth that we can know and experience. The gospel is not merely a message that needs to be shared with non-Christians, but also with Christians. It is not something that mature Christians move on from, but rather something that they move deeper into. The gospel is the lens in which we should view theology, ministry, and all aspects of life.
The Apostle Paul defined the word “gospel” concisely in 1st Corinthians 15:3-5 when he wrote, “Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures, and that he appeared to Cephas, then to the twelve.” Simply put, the gospel is all about Jesus’ life, death and resurrection, and the implications it has for us.