Who Am I?

I am Jeremy Blount a Passionate Follower of Christ.  Currently God has me as the Youth and Young Adult Pastor at Pathway Community Church. I am a class of 2005 graduate from Lancaster Bible College.  My wife Nicole (Teague) is also a graduate of Lancaster Bible College.  Currently she is working as a teacher at Shippensburg High School.

I love to read Gods Word, books, ride motorcyle and spend time with my wife and our family.

My Mission in life is to do everything for God’s Glory. I will love Him with my body, mind, heart, marriage, time, and possessions. I desire to drink deep of Christ and allow His love to flow through me as God makes disciples throughout the Nations.


13 Responses

  1. Jer-Bear…

    I just wanted to let you know that we are praying for you and Nicole and your church family during this difficult time. We are praying that God will use this situation to draw your students closer to each other and to him. Our hearts break for you and just know that you have people even in Virginia praying for you and this is not something you can handle with your own strength, only God can sustain you.

    Take care,
    Ryan and Jadee Preacher

  2. Hey Jer,

    MCCS is praying for you all! It is exciting to see how God is using you and Nicole in that ministry. I can’t imagine what your youth must feel right now. We hold them in our prayers. We serve a sovereign God. All things work together for good to them that love God. May God be exalted!
    –Dan & Maribeth Davis

  3. Dear Jeremy & Nicole,
    We so enjoyed reading your blog and seeing what a GREAT Youth Pastor you are. We know you had great training!!!
    We are praying for you and your youth family and friends. How difficult these things are but God knew those boys were ready and that is the bottom line–are we all ready?
    Enjoyed the UNC comments, too.
    GO-Penn State! Love you, The Rutts

  4. hello! i luv your site, and I’m glad to meet another Christian blogger! stop by mine @ http://scripture4u.wordpress.com
    Keep in the Faith!!

  5. Jeremy,
    Do you have a contact email?

  6. I was doing an image search, and it brought me to your page somehow. I must say that the content is outstanding. It is encouraging and really inspiring. Thanks for posting such great things in the Net. Rock on, man of God! 🙂

  7. Jeremy and Nicole,
    Our family just watched your baby’s video — amazing. We will pray for the health of your baby.

    Your site is great! Dennie

  8. Good to meet you Jeremy! You remind me very much of my youth leader/pastor from a few years ago. Take care and God bless.

  9. Hi Jeremy!

    I googled your name to see if I could find you and learn what you’ve been up to. I guess this Web site answers my question 🙂 Cathy Walls and I would love to talk with you and get updated on your life both personally and professionally. Please write or give me a call!

    Beth Flynn

  10. I happened on your blog post about Marcus Buckingham’s strengths development work. Since you are interested in Marcus’ work, I thought you might also be interested in the work of Jenifer Fox. It may both touch your professional practice as a pastor, and have personal resonance.

    Jenifer is a lifelong educator. In 2007, she wrote Your Child’s Strengths, (Viking 2008) with an introduction by Marcus Buckingham. Right after finishing it, she traveled with Marcus on his Go Put Your Strengths to Work Tour to show the results a strengths approach can yield in a high school setting. Jenifer’s book describes how to get children involved in strengths discovery from an early age, not just high school. It both describes why this is important with great stories from schools, but also provides practical tools to get started. I think it is worth mentioning to someone like you because it helps parents and teachers help kids discover their God-given strengths before they get into the workplace and find themselves in jobs which don’t energize them.

    Since publication, Jenifer has been traveling the country and spreading her message to schools businesses and various organizations interested in strengths. I am reaching out to you as an adult interested in developing his own strengths whose work touches families and children who can also use this practice. Many churches and christian youth groups are interested in Jenifer’s ideas. For example, this spring she will speak at the Willow Creek Conspire conference.

    I hope you will take a look at this important book. It may be a great resource for your ministry. If you would talk about it on your website, I would be happy to send you a copy. Let me know. Thanks and good luck with your work.

  11. Jeremy i served with you at the open door church and i have to say you are all this and more. I love you brother you are a great friend GOD is good. GOD is using you in a great and powerful way may GOD bless u in everything u do. Love Brian PS thank you

  12. Wow! I can see you have a relationship with Jesus.

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