Aaron and Beth are the Crossroads Senior Pastors. While they’ve been married for 8 years, they have been serving God together for nearly 12 years. The Ringerings are passionate about the word of God and reaching their community with the gospel. They have two kids – an adventurous, large-hearted boy and a silly, joyful little girl. While they are most often chasing their merry children, they sometimes can be found taking long walks around Home Depot or pretending to be Food Network Stars.
“I have stored up Your word in my heart, that I might not sin against You.” Psalms 119:11 (ESV)
Rachel is the Crossroads Administrative Pastor. After over 10 years of marriage, the Guddats have embraced ministry as a family and include their 3 daughters whenever they can in church work. Jason and Rachel were both raised as pastors kids and have the support of multiple generations serving the church. Jason works as a contractor in Thurston county and can be seen serving on the worship and tech teams on Sunday mornings.
"Our soul waits for the LORD; He is our help and our shield. For our heart is glad in Him, because we trust in His holy name. Let Your steadfast love, O LORD, be upon us, even as we hope in You."
Psalm 33:20-22 (ESV)
Jake and Amanda Aseltine serve as Crossroads Technical Director and Worship Pastors. Having been raised in the church, Amanda met Jake at a worship event leading to their eventual marriage and later, the addition of a precious daughter. Jake also works locally for a company that provides audio/visual solutions to churches nationwide. These songbirds enjoy a good BBQ and spending time with friends.
Michael Hoskinson is the Crossroads Youth Pastor. He has been a part of the Crossroads church family for most of his life serving as VBS game leader in years past, leading worship at various times and helping around the grounds. A former music teacher, Michael owns multiple guitars, none are currently named. He is accepting name suggestions.
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.
Romans 12:2 (ESV)