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Ministry Vision & Leadership

Our vision and hope is that Christ Church will become a maturing and growing community of Christians who together live all of life in light of the gospel.

It is our utmost desire to see every member of Christ Church faithfully fulfill God’s call on their life by living all of life in light of the gospel. As a leadership team, we hope to lovingly guide our church family into this way of life for God’s glory, our joy, and the good of our families to the third and fourth generation!

All of Life in Light of the Gospel

The good news of the gospel proclaims what God has already done for us in Christ for our salvation and knowing him transforms the way we view everything else. To live "all of life in light of the gospel" is our way of saying that since we have come to know the one true God through his Son we long to see Him glorified in every area of our life.

Life Before God // Treasuring Christ Over All Things

The light of the gospel reveals the glory of Christ and radically changes our relationship with God. Jesus becomes the greatest Treasure of our hearts because he is the one that fuels every aspect of the Christian life. The unity of the Church is rooted in him.

Life with One Another // Maturing in Christ-like Love

Believing the gospel radically changes our relationships with one another. Understanding the depths of God’s grace frees us to be patiently and lovingly committed to each other’s good as we follow the pattern of our Savior.

Life in the World // Spreading the Glory of Christ

Believing the gospel gives us God’s heart for this lost and broken world. We long to leverage every part of our lives to welcome others to know the love of Christ. We are intentional and strategic in spreading the glory of Christ everywhere God has placed us.


Leadership of Christ Church


Elders, also called pastors, are called to shepherd the congregation and carry out Christ’s pastoral care for his church.

Zach Fallon (wife Christine)


Zach serves as the staff pastor at Christ Church. He saw his need for Christ and received him the summer after his freshman year in college. Christine trusted in Christ with her parents (also in full-time ministry) when she was six years old. The Fallons met while students at Wheaton College and have been married since 2010. Together they have four children and are excited to live all of life in light of the gospel and invite others to do the same.

Previously, Zach served as a pastor for five years at College Church in Wheaton, IL. Before that, he and Christine lived and served in ministry for five years at Montana Wilderness School of the Bible. Zach has been privileged to be trained for ministry through Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. You can get in touch with Zach via email here.

Steve Krogh (wife Lois)


Steve serves as an elder of Christ Church. He placed his faith in Christ at the age of ten, when his mother explained the gospel to him. Lois' first awareness of God’s work in her heart was at the age of 5 listening to sermons at the church her family attended and she later came to the realization of the ugliness of her sin of pride which made her ready to hear the truth about God’s grace. The Kroghs met at Biola University and were married in 1981. They have six children and four grandchildren.

Steve served as the Senior Pastor of two churches, the Orland Evangelical Free Church in Orland, California (1985-1998) and Grace Community Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan (1998-2014). Since 2014 he has served with Training Leaders International, providing theological training for pastors around the world who otherwise have little or no access to pastoral training. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary (ThM, Old Testament, 1985). You can get in touch with Steve via email here or with Lois via email here.

David Meade (wife Kathy)

David Kathy profile

David serves as an elder of Christ Church. Both David and Kathy came to know Christ as Lord and Savior at a young age from Christian parents. Scripture-based family devotions, biblical local church involvement, and Gospel-oriented kids’ clubs continued to strengthen their faith growing up. The Meades met at Moody Bible Institute (Chicago) preparing for the mission field and were married in 1976. Together they have served in the local church, on the foreign field in the Philippines, and in equipping of churches and their missionaries for involvement in strategic, challenging fields. They have three children and ten grandchildren.

David has served in church planting, local church leadership, and overseas missions leadership since 1975, including the founding of Propempo International in 2003. After Moody, his further training included linguistics (UT-Arlington), physics and math teaching certification (VSU), missions field and agency leadership, graduate missions degree (GTS), Endorsed Chaplaincy, and the school of hard knocks. You can get in touch with David via email here or with Kathy via email here.