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Steve & Cheryl Jamison

With more than three decades of ministry leadership experience, Cheryl Jamison has served with a call to lead women to live up to their full potential as women with passion, purpose and practical faith. Married for 37 years to her husband Steve Jamison, they serve Eastridge Church in Issaquah, Washington as Lead Pastors in ministry that spans from “The I-90 corridor to the ends of the Earth.” Currently she serves on the Executive Team of Eastridge Church overseeing Culture and DNA, and leading Women’s Ministries. In this role Cheryl has led the women through many areas of spiritual growth and discipline, intentionally creating a climate of grace that calls women to want to be more, to accomplish more, and to develop a deep and mature life of faith.

In addition to her role at Eastridge Church she serves on the governance board of Convoy of Hope; which is a faithbased, international, humanitarian-relief organization. Cheryl holds ministry credentials through The General Council of the Assemblies of God.

Her titles of wife, mother and grandmother are a special joy to her. Her greatest strengths are the combination of humor, grace, truth and God’s Word that will challenge and encourage the hearts others. Cheryl’s consistency is one of the greatest gifts she brings to the ministry team at Eastridge and is something that she places a high priority on—consistency as a wife, mother, grandmother, employee and most importantly woman of God. If you were to ask her what she loves the most about being a leader in ministry she would answer, “To celebrate the wins with others as they discover the truth about who they are in Christ, and how they are called to grow more every day.”

 

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