Rev. Yuki Scroggins - Japanese Language Pastor (ext. 26)
Born in Tokyo , Japan , Pastor Yuki Scroggins came to the United States as a high school student. After graduating from high school in Ohio , she went to Seattle , Washington and graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a B.A. in linguistics. While she was in college, she accepted Jesus as the Savior and the Lord. Spending 4 years in Seattle , she realized she was to go back to Japan to share the Good News with her family and friends.
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Rev. Kathryn Ray - Pastor of Discipleship (ext. 28)
Rev. Kathryn Ray became a member of North Shore's pastoral team in 2016. As Pastor of Discipleship, she oversees programming for the youth and children of the church, as well as adult education. She also provides worship leadership in English and Spanish as needed and oversees the social media ministry of the church.
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Rev. Rony Reyes - Spanish Language Pastor (ext. 27)
El pastor Rony Reyes es un ministro ordenado con las Iglesias Bautistas de los Estados Unidos. El ganó su licenciatura pastoral de la Universidad Central del Norte en Minneapolis, Minnesota (Universidad de las Asambleas de Dios), y él se graduó con su primera maestría (M.A.T.S) del seminario Teológico Winebrenner en Findlay, Ohio.
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Rev. David Gregg - Interim English Language Pastor (ext. 23)
Rev. David Gregg joined us in September 2016 as our Interim English Language Pastor. Pastor David is well known in the ABC/MC Region and has been guest preacher on a number of occasions here at NSBC in the past.
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Rev. Roger Poenyunt - Karen Language Pastor
Rev. Roger Poenyunt grew up in the village of Ywaplaw in the Delta region of Burma (Myanmar). That region, which suffered the brunt of the hurricane in 2008, has a large number of the Karen ethnic people. He graduated from Karen Theological Seminary in Insein, Ragoon in 1972. Then for 17 years he was a pastor in the village of Jakyainn in Karen State in eastern Burma. In 1989, however, the Burmese military attacked and destroyed his village.
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