Email Jeff Executive Pastor Jeff moved to FBC Mustang in May 2012, where he serves as the Executive Pastor. Prior to coming to FBC, Jeff served at Southern Hills Baptist Church in Oklahoma City since 2004. He was the Minister of Missions and Evangelism and then the Associate Pastor for Education. Jeff was born and raised just outside of Boston, MA, and then moved to Oklahoma to study at Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City. Family: He married Shawnna (Shipley) August 5th, 1995. They have three children – Aleigh (20); Collin (16); Kinlee (6). Jeff has a passion for his family and loves spending time together watching their various activities. He is an avid reader and loves Boston sports!Education: Mid-America Christian University (B.S. Pastoral Ministry); Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.) Life Verse(s): “But I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may finish my course and the ministry that I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God.” Acts 20:24Favorite book of the Bible: Romans & PsalmsFavorite Bible character: DavidBooks you would recommend: The ESV Reader's Bible (6 volume set); Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, by Don Whitney; The Pleasures of God, by John Piper; Tell the Truth, by Will Metzger; Humility, by C.J. Mahaney; Nine Marks of a Healthy Church, by Mark Dever; The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis; Chosen by God, by R.C. Sproul; 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You, Tony Reinke; every book by John MacArthurHobbies: Spending time with my family; Reading; Landscaping; Watching my beloved Boston Red SoxFavorite Meal: Baked Stuffed "Lobstahh"; Mexican; Poppy Seed ChickenFavorite Vacation Spot: Cape Cod; FloridaFavorite Sports Team(s): Boston Red Sox; New England Patriots; Boston Celtics; Boston Bruins; Notre Dame Fightin’ IrishSomething people may not know about you that they would find interesting: People are usually surprised when they hear that I am an introvert by nature – I love people and spending time with them – but I get “recharged” when I am alone with a book in my hand; I love Oklahoma but miss the trees and ocean in the Northeast.