Our Leaders

TEAMM, as an Indiana non-profit corporation, is led by an Executive Leadership Team composed of ministry leaders to be elected annually in March from among its members to serve a one-year term.

The Executive Leadership Team is composed of a Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary/Treasurer, and up to seven other Directors who may serve from time to time as leaders of sub-committees.

Brad Bush, Pastor of Maple Ridge Community Church

Brad has served as pastor of Maple Ridge Community Church since 1983. During most of this time he has provided leadership for city and campus prayer gatherings along with leadership for TEAMM. He serves as TEAMM’s representative on the Advisory Council for the State Office of Faith-based and Community Initiatives. Brad also serves on the Executive Leadership team for the National Revival Network and provides leadership for a denomination renewal movement called Rekindle the Flame. He lives in West Lafayette with his wife Susan and his two sons Braden and Christopher.

 

Joe Bell, Pastor of Calvary Chapel

Joe is the Pastor of Calvary Chapel.

 

Jeff Mikels, Pastor of Lafayette Community Church

Born in Colorado, and raised in California as the son of a Pastor, Jeff came to the midwest for college and received a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Philosophy from Wheaton College. But don’t let the degree fool you. He’s not your typical anti-social math nerd! Jeff has always had a passion for helping others get closer to God, so after graduating, he and Jen moved to Denver where he completed the Master of Divinity program at Denver Seminary and was recognized by professors and peers for his gift of communicating the relevance of God’s Word for today both through personal counseling and public preaching.

After spending five years in Chicago as a pastor, Jeff and his wife Jennifer followed God’s call to Lafayette in 2006 to plant a church on the southside of the city. Lafayette Community Church is now a thriving community of believers committed to helping people find full life in Christ.

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