Brian and Megan met at church in middle school where God began calling them into full-time ministry. In high school and college they were active in short-term missions, which God used to mold their hearts to serve overseas. They married in 2010 and Brian began seminary. More recently Brian served as pastor to students in their home church, with Megan working closely at his side. Following ordination, Brian and Megan began seeking the Lord’s guidance on where He would have them serve, and their hearts were drawn to Berlin, Germany.
Berlin is known as the atheist capital of Europe. Self-reliance and efforts to attain significance through material success and prosperity often leave Berliners with a sense of emptiness. Additionally, the recent influx of refugees from middle-eastern cultures, as well as university students from around the world has created quite a unique mission field. In the midst of this is the Gospel Haus—a uniquely situated church able to draw people to Christ through missional living and gospel-centered preaching. Brian and Megan will join the team that works alongside Gospel Haus with the goal of bringing people closer to each other and to God through personal relationships and community events.