Pastor Nathan Ramer
I have been on staff at DMC since 2004, working with youth has been the constant. I am married to Erin, living on my family’s farm with our daughters Kaet and Tess and sons Zane and Theo.
I grew up going to DMC, and felt a call to ministry while at Columbia Bible College. I have been so blessed to learn and grow in ministry in my home congregation. I love the opportunity to connect with people and look to Jesus together.
It is very difficult to put a value on home, and that would be the idea that resonates deepest with me about being a part of the body at DMC. Home is where you are known and loved, imperfectly by imperfect people, who are empowered by a perfect God. Home is where you are safe to take risks, where you first find out who you are, and where you belong. I am blessed to call DMC home.
Pastor Terry Jackson
My journey to DMC started with a girl, who I am thankful to now call my wife. Back in 2018 I first attended the church as part of dating Roxanne. It became pretty apparent how important her church was in her life during my weekend dating trips from Medicine Hat. I ended up falling in love with her church as I fell in love with her (more her and then the church to be clear). We got married the Summer of 2018 and I relocated to Brooks at that time.
God has blessed me with a wonderful wife and now a welcoming church, who since May of 2020 invited me to pastor. This is the second stage of a pastor development program that started in the spring of 2019. This development program has reawakened in my life God’s calling to pastor. I have rediscovered my “voice” and am thrilled to be used by God here to encourage and instruct these brothers and sisters.
I love preaching and being able to walk alongside my church family. I believe that God has a had a specific plan and timing for bringing me here and look forward to what He wants to do in and through me.