Jeremy Baldwin spent most of his years in Northeast Michigan, where he would not only love its surroundings but its people. He graduated from Oscoda High School, and attended Northwood University, and Alpena Community College. It would be in Oscoda, Michigan that he would marry his wife, Nanci Brown (1999). They would begin their ministerial journey in 2010 when Jeremy served an internship at The Pentecostals of Alexandria in Alexandria, Louisiana. In 2011 they moved to Kansas City, Missouri to serve as Student Pastors at The Life Church. It would be here that they would receive the burden to plant churches, and would be called back home to Northeast Michigan. In 2016 they received training from the United Pentecostal Church through a program called Launch, this program would help equip them with the tools that they needed, and help fan the flame that burned within them to plant churches. In late 2017 they began Pastoring The Pentecostals of Alpena with a vision of establishing daughter works, and spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ, fulfilling His great commission. Jeremy and Nanci, along with their three children, Monroe, Selah and Xavier, are passionate about serving the Lord, which also means serving one another. They strongly believe in one on one Discipling and Bible Studies, and reaching one soul at a time. A family answering the call.
“How then will they call on Him in whom they have not believed? How will they believe in Him whom they have not heard? And how will they hear without a preacher?” Romans 10:14