Steve Curtis

steveanddawn_webSteve has served over 20 years in full-time ministry in a variety of roles. He has worked in foreign missions in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Russia, India, Haiti. Guatemala and Mexico. He has also served as a campus minister at Louisiana State University, University of Colorado, University of Denver, Arapahoe Community College and Metropolitan State University of Denver.

He received his Bachelor of Arts from David Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN with a double major in Communication and Missions and a minor in Psychology. He has a Master of Arts in Religion from Harding School of Theology (Memphis, TN) with an emphasis in Counseling and a Master of Divinity (also from Harding). Steve also studied at Denver Seminary and has done doctoral work at Abilene Christian University with an emphasis in Conflict Resolution.

Steve is passionate about walking through life with others and pointing them to Jesus. In addition to his administrative role as lead minister he is involved in preaching, teaching, counseling, discipling, sharing the Gospel, and “visioneering.” Steve also serves as Executive Vice-President for New Horizons House – an organization dedicated to providing restoration for girls in India who are being rescued from human trafficking (www.newhorizonshouse.org).

“I am so blessed to have my incredible wife, Dawn, as my partner in life and ministry. I’m also blessed with two daughters, a stepson, a son-in-law and two grandchildren. One of my favorite quotes outside of the Bible is actually from Bob Marley. ‘The people who are trying to make the world worse never take a day off. Why should I? Light up the darkness’.”