John Robert Biggs
John Robert graduated with a degree in English from the University of Central Oklahoma and recently finished an internship with Reformed University Fellowship at New Mexico State University. He has been married to his wife Mary for three and a half years and together they have a two-year old daughter named Annie Louisa, a one-year old son named Gilbert, and a baby boy due in April. John Robert moved to Charlotte in July 2017 and began attending Reformed Theological Seminary.
Tom was born and raised in a large family near Grand Rapids, Michigan. By God's grace he came to know the Lord at very young age. Tom attended Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia where he graduated with a degree in History in 2016. After college he spent a year as a pastoral intern at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, MI under Pastor Kevin DeYoung. Tom moved to Charlotte in 2017 and began the Master of Divinity program at Reformed Theological Seminary.
Peter is from the UK but actually grew up in Mozambique in Africa, where his parents work for Wycliffe. After coming back to the UK for school, he studied math at college and then made "the obvious move into church ministry!" He spent some time as a youth worker before then being a trainee minister and finally coming to seminary at RTS Charlotte. So far he is very much enjoying his second intercontinental move!
Matthew was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. By the Lord's grace, he cannot remember a day that he did not trust Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Matthew began to sense the Lord calling him to ministry early in high school. After completing his undergraduate degree at Covenant College, Matthew began seminary in Dallas while interning at his home church, Park Cities PCA. He moved to Charlotte in January 2017 to finish his Master of Divinity at Reformed Theological Seminary. After finishing seminary in May 2018, Matthew began interning at Christ Covenant while looking for where the Lord will call him next.
Pedro was born in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. He has been married to his wife, Jaris, since 2014 and together they have 14-month-old daughter, Zoe. Pedro came to Charlotte to study at Reformed Theological Seminary where he is currently pursuing his dual Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Counseling. He plans to be ordained through Mission to the World and return to his hometown to work alongside the Mexican National Presbyterian Church planting churches on the West Coast.
Marcus is a native of Western Pennsylvania and a second year Master of Divinity student at Reformed Theological Seminary. While serving in the military, he sensed a call to serve as a chaplain. Marcus has been married to his bride, Bethany, for five years and together, they have two daughters.