John wasadopted at an early age and raised by two of the most loving folks a baby boy could be blessed with. He grew up in Youngstown, Ohio, in the tumultuous 1960’s and his worldview was formed by those amazing times of change. John married the love of his life, Kelly, in 1980. Two years later, he came to a knowledge of the saving grace of our Father through His only Son, Jesus Christ.
Diane is one of those people for whom was composed the truism, "We couldn’t have done it without you." She’s the go-to person for many aspects of our church life, the often unsung hero behind many of our ministries and efforts, and she works doggedly to assist our pastoral staff, elders, deacons and ministry leaders. She’s been on staff since 2007,
when she began working part-time between shifts driving a school bus in Culpeper County. She parked her bus for good in 2010 when the church’s needs grew, and she became a full-time staff member.
Diane came to the Lord at a Christmas Eve service in 1997. It was then that her spiritual eyes were opened. She realized that the only thing that could make her right before God was trusting in Jesus Christ and His work on the cross - not her religion or good works. She enjoys studying the scriptures and the continual growth that comes from time in the Word. She has been particularly impacted by the Precept Bible study, and is thankful for how God reveals Himself through His Word, and continues to open her eyes to His truth. She’s a graduate of WBF’s Apollos class, and a member of the worship team.
Diane married her husband, Jon, in 1988 and they live in Culpeper County. They have two adult sons, Curtis and Dan, who also live in Culpeper. When she’s not keeping the pastors organized and on time, she enjoys quiet time in the Word, volunteering for community events, and doing home projects with her husband.