My ministry philosophy is based upon the primary focus to spend the whole of our lives sharing the gospel and growing in the knowledge and understanding of our Lord. The command to make disciples recorded in Matthew 28:19-20 and to do so as you go creates the framework behind a missional outreach lifestyle. In two short verses, the gospel writer records a high calling for believers to share the good news of Jesus Christ and to get plugged-in to God’s redemptive plan for the entirety of their lives. In these verses, discipleship is purposed as an intentional ongoing culture, not just an organized church led event, but rather as our only way of life!
My passion is to see people grow in grace and truth through the teaching of sound biblical theology. I pursue that passion in in my role as a minister to Refuge Church by leading congregational worship music that is rooted in God’s word and by leading a study on Christian Apologetics and Theology called Doctrine Matters.
David Brown has been a Senior Pastor for over 20 years and has been privileged to serve in churches in Louisiana & Mississippi. He sits on the board of directors for New Testament Textual Studies Foundation at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary where he is also an Adjunct Professor. His passion is to provide sound theological teaching in the pulpit by bridging the gap between Biblical interpretation and sermon proclamation. David and his wife, Melinda have been married since 1995. For more biographical information, please click on davidbrownministries.net.
Brady Bachhofer has served at several churches in North East Louisiana and Texas as a musician. He is a recent graduate from the University of Louisiana, Monroe with a degree in Computer Information Systems and currently works as a Systems Administrator. His passion is to see people grow in grace and truth through the teaching of sound biblical theology. He pursues that passion in his current role as a minister to Refuge Church by leading congregational worship music that is rooted in God’s word and by leading a study on Christian Apologetics and Theology called Doctrine Matters. Brady and his wife, Madison have been married since May, 2019.