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Aaron has served as pastor of Maranatha Bible Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, since 1999. He is a graduate of Emmaus Bible College which is also where he met his wife, Beth.
While Aaron has always had a passion for preaching the Word, his commitment to building a culture of worship-based prayer at Maranatha was ignited when he stepped into a prayer session facilitated by Daniel Henderson at the Moody Bible Institute Pastors’ Conference more than a decade ago. In the years since, Aaron has participated in prayer coaching with The 6:4 Fellowship and initiated several ongoing weekly prayer groups within the church and also with fellow pastors in the community.
Aaron and Beth have been blessed with six children, two of whom are married, and also have two (soon to be three) grandchildren. In his free time, Aaron enjoys gardening, watching his kids play ball, and serving as the athletics PA announcer for a local high school.
“It is impossible for me to express the impact that my involvement with The 6:4 Fellowship has had on both my personal and ministry lives. I’ve always believed in the importance of prayer, but it wasn’t until I began learning the rhythms of worship-based prayer that seeking the Lord became a genuine passion. Now there are few things that give me greater joy than to look out on our church family on Sunday morning and see clusters of men, women and young people freely seeking the Lord in worship, confession and petition, believing that the Lord truly is “a rewarder of those who seek Him.”