We regard the office and the function of pastoral ministry and church leadership as a sacred trust granted by God. The Biblical requirements for ministry describe a life built on character and integrity. In a day when secular leaders try to draw a distinction between their private lives and their public service, we recognize that our private lives and our families are the validation of our public ministry.
The core of our leadership team has served together in ministry for more than 35 years. Our commitment to God, our families, and each other provide the context for our leadership in Christian service.
Taylor Stewart | Pastor
After several years of fruitful campus ministry beginning in 1984 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Virginia, Taylor established Cambridge Christian Fellowship at Duke University in 1989.
Taylor also served as the associate pastor of King’s Park International Church and was sent out in 1992 to plant Life in the Son Christian Fellowship in Guam, the first international church plant from King’s Park, and later Saipan in 1998. Following ten years of pastoring and church planting in Micronesia, Taylor and his family returned to King’s Park in 2002 to pastor and lead the church.
In the fall of 2011, Taylor and Elizabeth planted a new congregation in Raleigh called King’s Park Raleigh. Taylor also oversees King’s Park Association of Churches & Ministries (KPACM) which provides oversight for churches planted from King’s Park domestically and around the world.
Taylor and Elizabeth reside in Raleigh with their three daughters and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth Stewart | Women’s Ministry
After graduating from the University of Georgia and completing her masters at the University of Virginia, Elizabeth entered full-time campus ministry from 1982-1992, joining her husband Taylor Stewart as a campus minister at UNC, UVA, and in establishing Cambridge Christian Fellowship at Duke University.
Elizabeth and Taylor left for the mission field in 1992 traveling to Micronesia as missionary church planters where they started Life in the Son Christian Fellowship in Guam & later Saipan. After ten years of pastoring and church planting, Elizabeth and Taylor relocated to the U.S. in 2002 making Raleigh their home.
Elizabeth is Director of Women’s Ministry at King’s Park and Director of Friends of Mirembe where she serves the internationally acclaimed African Children’s Choir and their local home, Mirembe House.
Elizabeth can be contacted at email@example.com.
Alan Mitchell | Campus Director
Alan is a campus minister on staff with Every Nation Campus Ministries - Raleigh. He and his wife, Melissa, grew up on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, graduated from East Carolina University, and were married in 2007. They both became Christians in college, worked at ECU as campus missionaries for 7 years, and in 2013 felt called to North Carolina State University. Alan has two amazing sons named Liam and Keller. He is also enrolled at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary pursuing his Masters of Divinity. Alan spends most of his time playing trains, laughing with his wife, reading books, and telling college students about the amazingly good news of Christ’s boundless love for them. Alan can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Larron Yancey | Worship Leader
Larron is a graduate of N.C. State University where he joined the Wolfpack football team as a walk-on in 2004. Despite his love for sports, he decided to solely pursue his studies in Design and Entrepreneurship. During this season, Larron also felt God’s call for worship ministry and began leading in our N.C. State Every Nation Campus Ministry.
After college, Larron was on the football, basketball & track coaching teams at St. David’s School in Raleigh. Soon after, Larron joined the new church plant of King’s Park Raleigh where he today leads worship. He enjoys writing and composing worship songs that point people to the goodness of God. Larron lives in downtown Raleigh with his lovely wife Michelle.
Larron can be contacted at email@example.com
David Stremic | International Student Ministry
During college David encountered the good news of Jesus in a profound way that redirected the course of his life. After graduating from Belmont University in Nashville, TN with a degree in social entrepreneurship, David began working with Every Nation Campus at NC State University.
David enjoys meeting people from around the world, hiking and hosting house parties. David lives in Raleigh and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tyler Osborne | Campus Ministry
Tyler is a campus minister on staff with Every Nation Campus Raleigh at NC State University. He grew up in North Carolina and graduated from NC State after studying Computer Engineering. He was married this past year to Jean Osborne who works with him on campus to introduce students to a relationship with Jesus. Tyler became a Christian in high school and felt that God was calling him into ministry two years later after serving as a student leader in the Every Nation Campus ministry at NCSU.
Tyler enjoys spending time with his awesome wife, doing carpentry, and telling students about Jesus while in the gym. Tyler can be contacted at email@example.com
Jean Osborne | Campus Ministry
The daughter of South African missionaries and orphan ministers, Jean came to Raleigh to study social issues, majoring in Political Science with a concentration in Law in Justice at Meredith College. Jean now serves with her husband, Tyler Osborne, as a campus minister at her alma mater and in the King's Park Raleigh tutoring project serving local refugees.
Jean enjoys reading non-fiction with lots of footnotes, having tea parties, and cooking with Tyler. Jean can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amy Barton | Campus Ministry
Although Amy was raised in a Christian home, her college years at NCSU were when she truly encountered God's love in a personal way through the mentoring and investment of the local church and campus ministers. Because of this, Amy has a heart to see students experience God's healing and love for them too through the amazing news of what Jesus has done.
Amy enjoys meeting students from all over the world and loves that NCSU has the highest percentage of international students in the state! In her spare time she drinks coffee, hangs out with her 5 siblings, and tries to practice her 4 guitar chords. Amy can be contacted at email@example.com