With a gift for molding and shaping particular themes into worship experiences, Chad’s deep passion lies in teaching others the truest nature of what worship is: a lifestyle. As Chad expressed, “My passion is leading God’s people in His praises. There are very few events in life as “centering” as congregational worship. In those moments, the worshiper is reminded of the reflection of heaven and moved to deeper devotion to God. My goal is to allow every worshiper an opportunity to find themselves in the presence of the Almighty God; just as they are, just as He is. In that transparency, only then can true discipleship take place.”
Chad enjoys cooking, building, and spending time with his wife Rhesa and their children, Raemey, Ryleigh and Caysson. Chad holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and a Master of Arts degree in Congregational Ministry from Abilene Christian University. Chad joined the Highland Oaks staff in December of 2003.