Bill Sturm has served almost five years under the leadership of Pastor Sean first as a teacher then as an Assistant/Associate Pastor.
His responsibilities include tracking attendance, following up with visitors, integrating regular attenders, research & writing for Pastor Sean, coordinating the missions program, the transportation ministry, the duplication ministry, and the Wednesday meal. He also co-authors things like the Berean Missions Philosophy. He leads the mid-week service (presently preaching through Exodus), Pastors the Chapel Class Sunday School class (presently teaching through the book of Revelation), and teaches the 12th Grade Bible Class for BBA. He is also the boys' Varsity soccer coach for Berean Baptist Academy.
Pastor Bill is a Chaplain in the United States Army Reserve and has an M.R.E. and MDiv. from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
The Road to the Pastorate
After two short pastorates in Bowling Green and Central City, Kentucky and 8 1/2 years on Active Duty in which Bill served as a Prime Power Production Specialist, the Sturms moved back to Fayetteville to be a Pastoral Intern at Berean and a Chaplain Candidate in the USAR.
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Spending time with his wife; Raising his children; Standing in his backyard; Preaching; Preaching; Teaching; Preaching; Studying; Thinking; Spending time with his extended family; Preaching; Preaching; Winning Souls; Nature; Preaching; Teaching; Winning Souls; Preaching; Singing; Eating; Cleaning; Home Improvements; Machine Work; Electricity; Neurology; Soldiering; Playing the piano; Preaching; Animals; Preaching
God saved him after years of confusion--believing that he could be saved by "asking" for it. Though he was never assured he was saved, he was counseled to "pray again." God used Pastor Mike O'Neal to show Bill that he simply needed to trust the death of Christ for his salvation.