My wife Debbie and I both grew up in Mora, Mn. We have/are raising our 4 children (Emily married to Chris, Max, Kennadie and Tayah) here for the last 25 years.
Our life together has been a journey, where God has given us many opportunities to take great steps of faith. When we have followed God’s calling, we have learned what a faithful God we serve. We are an imperfect family, so grateful for a forgiving and loving Father, who gives us opportunities to be used by Him each day.
It is my desire to be a part of a church full of sinners who are real and seek to follow God. A church that reads God’s word and simply does what it says. Love God and Love people. It is our hope to serve alongside the people of Trio Church and our community, building relationships and loving others well.
Mark Stegeman started as an elder at Trio in 2017 and has been attending Trio regularly for 4 years. He and his wife Trista have been married to Trista since 2012. They have three Children, Harper (6), Cooper (4), and Afton (1). Mark currently runs a private practice that specializes in providing mental health therapy. He spends most of time with his wife, kids and friends. Mark enjoys anything sports related, exercising, and eating his wife’s home-cooked meals.
Matt Schultz started as an elder in the Fall of 2019. He and his wife Amy moved back to Mora in 2011 and have been very involved in the ministry at Trio. They have been married over 20 years and have five children- Abijah, Joah, Zethan, Tirzah, and Mnason. They have also fostered children in their home. Matt works as a Family Medicine doctor at Welia Health here in Mora.
“I have always had a heart for the Mora area and serving this community. Through my work, I see many broken and desperate people. God has a plan for each of our lives and my prayer is that through Trio church people will come to know and follow Jesus Christ and live according to His will.”
Matt likes coffee. He also enjoys deer hunting, outdoor activities, playing cards, and traveling. He is currently busy planning a short term Christian medical mission trip to Kenya.