Pastor Kent began serving Prince of Peace in April of 2015. He grew up in Davenport, Iowa and earned a B.A. in Social Work from the University of Northern Iowa in 1995. He then prepared for ministry at American Lutheran Theological Seminary, which was then located in St. Paul, MN, graduating in 1998. He has since served congregations in California, Illinois, and North Dakota. He and his wife, Cheryl, have six children. His purpose is to faithfully teach the Word of God that others might be brought to faith, grow in their faith, and be equipped to serve the Lord.
Email Pastor Kent at [email protected]
Jordan Langness grew up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in a town named Ishpeming. After graduating from high school Jordan departed to Minneapolis, MN to attend the Association Free Lutheran Bible School and left the other nine of his family members at home. Following the completion of AFLBS, Jordan attended Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minnesota to complete his B.S. in Youth Ministry. During this time, Jordan worked with youth in two churches in the Twin Cities area as well serving as dorm staff at AFLBS for one year. Upon the completion of his studies, Jordan concluded his time in Minnesota and ventured to Beulah to serve the wonderful folks at Prince of Peace. Since arriving in the area, Jordan grew his own family with the addition of his wife, Sarah, son Ezekiel, Daughter Micaiah, and most recently his daughter, Reaiah. Together they hope to live out God’s purpose for them in Beulah as they seek to Expose youth to Jesus, Equip them to tell others, Encourage them to live large in faith, and encounter others with the Gospel of Truth.
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Darcee began working at Prince of Peace as the part time secretary in January 2010. Darcee, her husband Jim, and their 4 children have lived in Beulah since 1997.
Joshua 1:9 “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” (ESV)
Email her at [email protected]ebeulah.org