Jamie Rogers - Lead Pastor Farmingdale Campus
I’m Jamie and I serve as one of the pastors here at Crossroads. My primary role is to share preaching/teaching responsibilities with Sterling. We rotate preaching at the two campuses on a weekly basis. I love being actively involved in what God is doing in/around Long Island and long to see people begin the journey to transformation that begins by us placing our faith/trust in the work of Jesus!
I’ve been married to Tasha for 14 years & love it! We have been blessed with four children, Matthan, Anna Beth, Ruthie & Josie. Being originally from SC, we moved to Long Island in March 2014 to begin serving God here. I’ve been serving God’s Church full time for about 16 years (14 of those as a pastor). I graduated from USC-Aiken (Elementary Education) & Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity). We were glad to follow God’s call for us to move to Long Island and look forward to seeing how He plans to use us in a variety of ways.
BIRTHDAY: April 16, 1977
INTERESTS & FAVORITES
Places: Anywhere my family is! We love the Long Island beaches & ice cream shops!
What I’m listening to on my iphone?I listen mostly to podcasts; Timothy Keller sermons, Hardcore History, FamilyLife Today. As far as music goes; Chris Tomlin, Lecrae, Hall & Oates, James Taylor, Sinatra, etc…
Books: Bonhoeffer, Amazing Grace (biography of William Wilberforce), The Last Stand, Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology
TV Shows: Survivor, College Gameday, 24
Movies: Lonesome Dove, Star Wars (episode 1 does not count), The Man From Snowy River, The Patriot
Sports Team: THE University of South Carolina Gamecocks, and any team my fantasy football players are on!
Hobbies: Jogging, reading, golf, hanging with my family
Dislikes: Wasting time, people leaving shopping carts in the parking lot (!!!), slow drivers
Odd Fact: I do not like any veggies. Meat & potatoes for me!
“Being confident of this very thing, that He Who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it until the day of Christ.” Philippians 1:6
“There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus…” Romans 8:1