Brian Seidel and Wife Maureen
Sons Colin, Curtis, and Cameron
Pastor Brian is an ordained minister for the Church of God (Anderson, IN). He graduated from Northwest Nazarene University in 2002. Brian has a passion for God’s word and ministry that goes beyond the local church, and hopes to pass the “Kingdom mindset” on to all believers. He is also an author, speaker, and writer; you can follow these adventures at brianseidel.net . God has blessed he and his wife Maureen with three boys; Colin, Curtis, and Cameron.
Youth Ministry Director
Dusti Hall and Husband Clifton
Children Noah, Elie, Whitney, Airika, and Kade
Dusti has taken on the role as Youth Director in August of 2017 and is loving it!! She loves working with the middle school and high school age kids, and also enjoys teaching a Christian release class for Middleton High School. Although new to the ministry, she really enjoys teaching these kids the Bible and about who God is and how they can apply it to everyday life. She plans to go to school in the near future to earn a degree in Ministry to better improve her knowledge to help upcoming youth age kids. Dusti has a wonderful husband, Clifton, as well as two amazing young boys, Noah and Elie. Upon marrying Clifton, her family grew with Whitney, Airika, and Kade.
Church Communications Director
Jeremy Felkel and Wife Jessica
Jeremy Felkel is a licensed minister of the Church of God (Anderson, IN). He graduated from Warner Pacific College in 2007. For the next 10 years Jeremy has served with three churches in Portland Oregon and in the Treasure Valley. Jeremy has a passion for God’s word and welcoming all ages to the Journey. Since joining Oregon Trail in 2014, God has opened a new frontier before him in communications, technology, and graphic art production. He believes the most important thing for a Christ follower is to challenge others to take the next step and see Christ in all facets of their lives. He and his wife Jessica are excited to be a part of the Oregon Trail family.
Matt Moxham & Fiancee Alisha Kodesh