Chairman of the Board
Jerry is the Founder and President of Reeves Consulting, Inc which provides roofing, paving and waterproofing consulting services nationwide. Jerry studied Bible Ministries at Tennessee Temple University and joined the GNC Board of Directors in 2017. Jerry is married to Beth Reeves and has three sons and four grandchildren including one who attends a Good News Club in Gwinnett County. Jerry and Beth are members of First Baptist Church in Duluth and Jerry teaches Bible lessons at GNC and AWANA Clubs.
Matthew 19:14 But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for such belongs the kingdom of heaven.”
Jeff is a two time graduate of Luther Rice College and Seminary earning his Bachelor's degree in Religion and his Masters degree in Biblical Counseling. While working at Luther Rice Seminary Jeff met his wife Andrea. Andrea is a 2nd grade teacher in Gwinnett County Schools. They are parents to two amazing and fun children named Liberty and Gideon. Jeff has worked with children since he was in middle school until the time he went into full time children’s ministry in 2008. Jeff is currently the Pastor to Kids at Shadowbrook Church. During this time he has been blessed to be a part of four Good News Clubs including the first in Gwinnett County.
Galatians 6:14 But far be it from me to boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.
Public Relations Chair
Loren graduated from Georgia Tech with a BS in Civil Engineering and a minor in Spanish. After spending time in Mexico and Spain, Loren worked on the oil rigs in North Dakota and in Ecuador. Returning to Georgia, Loren currently works in Public Works Department of Keck and Woods. Loren has four published novels and enjoys quilting and sewing in her spare time. Loren has worked in Good News Clubs as well as Kid’s Worship and AWANA’s. Loren currently a member at Free Chapel in Gainesville.
Dr. Evelyn Aremu
Board of Directors
Evelyn graduated with Bachelors in Botany from University of Ibadan, Nigeria and a PhD in Bioenvironmental Science from Tottori University, Japan. Evelyn has broad experience working across multicultural and multiethnic settings of Africa, Asia and America. Married to David and blessed with three boys, Evelyn is passionate about having children realize early their identity in Christ.
Evelyn has volunteered in VBS and AWANA and has led women bible-study groups. Evelyn volunteers time counseling younger people. She enjoys music, hiking, travelling and organizing parties.
Psalm 91:2 I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”
Member At Large
Mike Haswell, AFCPE, CPCU, is passionate about teaching financial principles to help people become free from the worries over debt and money. He has been independently involved with volunteer financial counseling through different churches and organizations over the past decade.
In his years of counseling, Mike has seen similar problems caused by similar issues. Families were in financial trouble due to an inability to communicate effectively about money, a lack of basic financial skills and knowledge and, most of all, poor decisions that were in conflict with their overall belief system.
His goal was to build a financial program that dealt not only with the money issues but also the personal issues behind them. His desire was to build a financial system different than any other on the market. Rather than a single set approach that everyone had to adopt, he wanted to design a program that had the flexibility to adapt to people’s varying personalities and needs. In short, a financial plan they could understand and stick with for life.
He is the Owner of Storing Treasures. He has a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Georgia Tech and has designations in both AFPCE and CPCU. He is serving as a current board member of the School of Economics at Georgia Tech since February of 2014.
Mike has worked in the insurance industry for almost 18 years in various leadership roles. He has also taught numerous financial management classes in different churches throughout the past 20 years and created the Storing Treasures Program in 2004 to help individuals better understand themselves regarding money.
Mike has previous experience as an officer in church leadership and is currently on the Board of a ministry that provides support to single mothers. He is married to Tonya. They have four children and live in Lawrenceville, GA.