Staff

Junior High Youth Leader

Tim DeWitt

Tim is Elk City UMC’s Junior High Youth Leader. He’s been wrangling teens here at Elk City UMC since 2005, but has worked in the Methodist Church since he was in college. In 1992, Tim served as an intern at the SWOSU Wesley Foundation and as youth leader for the combined Thomas, Custer City and Independence United Methodist Churches. He also worked with the Hobart UMC. His spiritual gifts are shepherding and encouragement. It is his mission to lead and promote youth programming, activities and Bible-based studies that target the spiritual development for the youth of our church and community. Tim really loves working with kids. His day job is a band director. There, he gets to know the youth in this community. Here at the church, he gets to teach kids about the love of God and about the importance of a loving church community. He truly enjoys working with the leaders in the church. He believes that their varied skill sets makes a complete team. Tim loves his family. He has a beautiful wife, Crystal, and five kids: Conner, Cade, Andrew, Aiden and Evelyn. Tim enjoys golf, cooking and traveling with his family. His greatest hope and prayer is that his children will love God, their family, and to have the ability to choose what is right. Tim values respect, hard work and commitment. These qualities drive his day to day and his work and play. His favorite saying is “Work Hard, Play Hard, Pray Hard!! Do it all for the glory of God”.  His favorite Bible verse is Jeremiah 29:11-13: For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.  

 
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