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27812 Forbes Rd Suite A
Laguna Niguel, California 92677
United States

(949) 582-1208



senior Pastor

David Reeve




San Juan Capistrano, Ca


Wife: Erin.  Children: Jacob , Leah, and Alanna

What lead you to Christ:

His Love

Heavy heart for:

Heavy hearts

Favorite Verse:

Proverbs 3:5,6

Trust in the Lord with all your heart,
and do not lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make straight your paths

What do you believe to be the biggest misconception of pastors:

That we know everything about everything.



Jeremiah Allianic


A trophy of His All sufficient grace


Irvine, Ca


Married to woman way better than I deserve, Rachel. 2 children Jayda & Isaiah. Who are 2 of my greatest ministers, as God continually teaches me through these who “to such (the children) belongs the kingdom of God”-Lk18:16

Your faith in 140 characters or less:

“the 5 solas.” Saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, according to the Scriptures alone, to the glory of God alone.

What lead you to Christ:

The triune Godhead who alone is worthy. The Father drew me, the Son bought me, the Spirit sealed me.

Heavy heart for: Feeding His sheep. That they may not “be tossed to & fro by the waves & carried about by every wind of deceitful doctrine” leading to a worship of God in Spirit and in truth. Motivated by the magnification of Gods glory and the joy of His people, and find that the latter serves the former.

Favorite Verse:

2 Corinthians 5:21

For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God

What do you believe to be the biggest misconception of pastors:

That Pastor _____ is awesome! I think people sometimes think that pastors are above the body of Christ. That they are in a sense, the Head. They are not the Head, but rather, another part of His body. Christ alone is the Head of His church, and He will perfectly build it. Pastors need not fold under the unrealistic pressure to appear to be “awesome”! The pressure often happens to them either through others ignorance or malicious intent that places an impossible burden upon them, often leading them to put forth a facade that their struggles are over, and that they “used” to be broken. No, pastors are very much broken, very much struggle with remaining corruption, and are very much on the exact same road of Sanctification Avenue with the rest of Christ’ body. Therefore, pastors need to be loved, cared for, prayed for and ministered to even as the rest of His flock. They need to feel that its ok… not to be ok. I believe this happens only in a church culture that has a steady healthy diet of the gospel of grace, and therefore can give it back to their pastors.