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Nate Foreman

Youth & Family Pastor

Cell Phone: 208-340-3812
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Nathan grew up in France for the first 12 years of his life. Through the influence of godly parents, there was never a time when he didn’t know or love the God of the Bible, but it was in college where he really understood that repentance meant a life-transformation. After finishing a degree in Israel, Nathan taught for four years at Eternity Bible College, and then was mentored for three years by the CEO of US Digital. Although thinking that this was leading to overseas work, he is so grateful to return to Idaho and serve the body of Christ through discipleship of the next generation. He is married to the love of his life, Michelle, and together they have four children: Rynn, Jace, Micah, and Summer.


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Luke Miller

Elder

Cell Phone: 208-860-4342
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Luke was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. He began his relationship with Jesus in elementary school while attending Camp Perkins in the Sawtooth Mountains, but it was in college that he understood that Christ was interested in full surrender. He and his wife, Katie, now live in his childhood home and have repopulated it with four children of their own: Hadley, Taylor, Hutch, and Ellie. Among Luke’s passions are fly-fishing, recreational swimming, and sharing his faith with neighbors and youth through relationships. He is a firefighter with the city of Boise and volunteers at Timberline High School with the LaunchPad program; a Christian release-time class for high school students.


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David O'Hara

Elder

Cell Phone: 208-447-7600
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David was saved at the age of fifteen while attending a winter retreat at Hume Lake Christian Camps. He and his wife, Linda, have been married for thirty-one years and have five children. David works as a Technical Program Manager for HP. He is currently pursuing further education in Biblical Counseling and is seeking new ways to serve God as an older man.

Psalm 103:11


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Jim Stout

Elder

Cell Phone: 208-794-0702
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Jim was raised in Kirkland, Washington and moved to Idaho in 1985 to attend college. Although coming to a saving knowledge of Christ at an early age, Jim continually felt defeated in his spiritual walk. It wasn’t until he began to study the Bible inductively that he learned, ‘Victory isn’t Jim trying to overcome sin, but victory is Jim allowing Jesus to overcome him’. Jim has been married to Kristie, the woman of his dreams, for 26+ years. They have two sons in college and one married daughter.  As Jim enters this new ‘empty nest’ phase of his life, he is excited to devote more time and energy to his ‘other family’; the body of Christ at FCBC. Jim is an avid bicyclist and backpacker, and enjoys his job as a web application developer.

Romans 6:8-18


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Ben Tyson

Elder

Cell Phone: 208-870-1083
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Ben was born in Cleveland, Ohio and lived many places during his early years, including two years in Spain. He accepted Christ the summer before starting college, and it was three years later that he met his wonderful wife-to-be, Elaine, at Stanford University. They have five children now spread across the US. Ben worked 33 years for HP (including two foreign assignments in Mexico and China) before recently leaving to dedicate more time to ministry and woodworking. He has a special interest in music, missions, and foreign cultures.


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Jason Wolin

Teaching Pastor

Cell Phone: 208-866-1795
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The Lord got a hold of Jason’s affections at a young age through the loving influence of godly parents. In high school, the Lord changed his vocational desires, leading him first to seek an undergraduate degree in Bible exposition, then to study overseas, and finally enroll in seminary. He is married to Lisa and they have five children: Caleb, Brock, Marc, Dawson, and Kaylia. His passion is to help people maintain perspective by showcasing the all-satisfying person of Jesus Christ.

2 Corinthians 4:17-18