Nate is a full time vocational minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

He and his wife, Michelle, live in North Minneapolis where they are preparing their home for ministry. Nate was a carpenter for 8+ years and is doing most of the work himself, completely gutting and remodeling a large portion of the house. The goal is to be able to house people in need and minister to them as they stay there.

The two of them  also do Prayer Resolution out of their home and in partnership with other Prayer Resolution counselors in the Twin Cities. Prayer Resolution is an extensive prayer counseling technique through which God brings full emotional and spiritual healing.

Both Nate and Michelle are very active in their church, Substance Church. They are co-captains for the prayer team during the Saturday night services. Nate has started and runs a discipleship program called Immerse and is personally discipling 4 men into their own spiritual growth & leadership.

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