MEET JESSE

   UTHENTIC STORIES AND INITIATIVES
WITH LEADERSHIP, SOCCER, HEALING,
ADOPTION, AND FAITH

Authentic stories and initiatives with leadership, soccer, healing, adoption, and faith

leadership

Jesse has served in a wide range of churches and ministries in New Hampshire, California, Texas, Iowa and Washington.
How can you collaborate with people in your city to experience deep transformation? 

esse leads a citywide movement in Seattle, and his current church is becoming more multicultural which is a passion deep in his heart. 

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 soccer 

Jesse has had incredible teammates and coaches. Life-long friendships are the best part of soccer. His playing career includes the US, Scotland, and Zimbabwe. His two state championships and two Ivy League championships are far more treasured than his individual awards.
Jesse has had a consistent passion for sports and the life lessons that are learned through them. 


t's been said that you have to be a little crazy to be a goalkeeper. Goalkeepers prefer to call it courage. 

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SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST

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healing

If you answered yes to any of these questions, your story and Jesse’s story overlap.
Jesse is very honest and transparent about the scariest and most painful moments of his life, the mourning, the coping mechanisms that didn’t work, and the resulting gratitude he has daily. Out of the worst experiences can come the greatest blessings.


ave you ever experienced a tragedy and trauma that drastically changed the direction of your life? Have you endured a decade-long painfully slow recovery? Have you barely escaped death several times?

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adoption

Dream big.
What if we no longer needed a foster care system in our country because all of the kids were loved and had a forever family?
It is more than just a beautiful goal; this picture is far more attainable than we realize. Let’s do this together!


hy is adoption so important? Why do so many people overlook their opportunity? How open are you to supporting children who don’t have a parent to take care of them?

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