Steve has been involved in pastoral ministry since 1993. Since 2014, he has served as the lead pastor for Sovereign Grace Church Dayton. After serving in two churches in Iowa and Minnesota, Steve had the privilege of attending and graduating from the Sovereign Grace Pastors College in Louisville, KY. After a brief internship, Steve was sent out from Sovereign Grace Church Louisville to lead and care for SGC Dayton. Steve and his wife, Joy, have three adult children. Being Canadian, Steve loves hockey, cheers for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Team Canada, and loves a good cup of coffee.
Chris serves as Pastor of Family Life overseeing Sovereign Grace Kids (SGC’s children’s ministry) and 15:5 (SGC’s youth ministry). Chris also serves through periodic preaching, and worship leadership. He has been a member of the church since 2011 and has served in a variety of areas including community group leadership, and teaching. Currently, he serves as a bi-vocational pastor while working full time as a relationship manager for a pharmaceutical distributor. He is a graduate of Wright State University and is a native of Vandalia, OH. Chris is married to his sweetheart Niki and they have two children.
Dan was born in India and moved to Ohio in 1998 with his family. He graduated from Wright State University with his B.S. and M.S in Electrical Engineering while playing college tennis for the Raiders. He has been attending Sovereign Grace Church Dayton since the church was planted in 2011 and has loved being a part of the community ever since. Dan serves as a bi-vocational pastor while working full time as an electrical engineer. He is also currently pursuing his M.A. in Biblical Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. Dan enjoys discussions on theology, politics, and life over coffee. But most of all, he enjoys spending time with his lovely wife, Jensey. He also loves playing sports, hiking, traveling the world, and meeting new people. Since the Raiders lack a football team, Dan is an avid Ohio State Football fan who believes that (some) Michigan fans can be good people.