Brian grew up in Mississippi, as did his wife, Dana, and graduated from Mississippi State University and Covenant Theological Seminary. After seminary, he served as a campus minister with Reformed University Fellowship at MSU and at Vanderbilt University. The Habigs moved to Greenville in May 2005. Brian and Dana have three children: Henry ('99), John ('02), and Betsy ('05). Brian likes working in his yard and figuring out arrangements of 80s songs for the acoustic guitar.
Jake grew up all over the US having moved 15 times. But he is a Texan at heart. He graduated from Covenant College and Covenant Theological Seminary. After Seminary he served several churches, most recently Southwood Presbyterian Church in Huntsville Alabama. Jake and Paige have four children: Laci ('05), Luke ('07), Aubrey ('09), and Brooke ('13). Jake enjoys most outdoor activities, particularly gardening, home improvement projects, and hiking with the family. He also appreciates live music and films.
Jonathan hails from Kansas City, MO, received his undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University, and graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary in May 2011. He is married to Erin, and they have two daughters: Caroline ('09) and Margaret ('12). Erin is from St. Louis, MO and attended Southern Methodist University. Jonathan served as the RUF Campus Minister at the University of Kentucky from 2011 - 2017 and moved to Greenville in June of 2017.
Jonathan enjoys running, Netflix, reading, and generally creating hype around anything he finds interesting.
Originally from West Virginia, Adam is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. During and after seminary, he served as a pastoral intern at Lincoln Square Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Chicago before moving to Greenville in the summer of 2013 to join the staff of Grace Church. He has served at Downtown Presbyterian since 2016. Adam is married to Natalie, a native of Illinois, and together they have two children: Vivian (’15) and Charles (’17).
Adam enjoys coffee and would love to grab some with you. Feel free to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike grew up in Germany and England as a Department of Defense kid. His family is originally from Gastonia, NC. He attended Erskine College as well as Erskine Theological Seminary. He has worked in Youth Ministry for the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church for several years and recently served in the Chaplains Corps of the South Carolina Army National Guard. He joined the staff in August 2013. Mike enjoys stand up paddle boarding in the Upstate and on the coast as well as snowboarding during the winter. He also enjoys making furniture out of reclaimed pallet wood.
Ryan is from St. Louis, Missouri, but spent time growing up on both coasts. He studied theology at Covenant Seminary and prior to that music at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, where he met and married his wife, Erin. She is from Laurel, Maryland and they have three children: Adelaide (‘01), Colin (‘03), and Arden (‘06). The McMillens recently came to Greenville after serving at Chesterfield Presbyterian Church in St. Louis since 2002. Ryan enjoys getting together over good food or drink, going outside to travel, hike and camp with his family, and working on projects around the house.
Tiffany grew up in Pleasanton California but has lived in Greenville for fifteen years. She received her Masters degree in Counseling in 2006 and then worked for the SC Department of Mental Health as a child and adolescent therapist. These days Tiffany is a stay at home mom and the office manager of her husband’s landscaping business. Andy and Tiffany have two children: Charlie ('11) and Sophia ('13). She enjoys bringing old furniture back to life through re-finishing and painting, decorating with garage sale finds, and baking when she has the time.
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Brittany grew up in Dallas, Texas, graduated from Ole Miss, and worked as an intern with Reformed University Fellowship at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia for three years. She graduated in May 2012 with a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She joined the staff in July 2012. Brittany enjoys riding her bike around town, all things related to Community Tap, and hiking the Brushy Creek Trail at Paris Mountain.