Our Staff

  • Nathan is an Idaho native of Kuna & Meridian for all but just shy of a year of his life.  His leanings toward tech and audio started early in life.  One day as a kid walking and talking to God, because he was too timid to ask for it, said, “If it is ok, I think I’d like to learn about sound.”  Years later he was asked if he would learn to run sound for his church.  He now enjoys helping our extended brothers & sisters in Christ glorify him with sound across the valley whenever he’s called upon. Outside of church, he enjoys time spent on the basketball court.  This is something a member of All Saints reintroduced him to, and he’s been grateful for it ever since.

  • Lynda came to All Saints after 30 years in Business as an Administrative Professional.  She manages the office and helps with personnel matters for the church, always willing to lend a hand to help others.  In her spare time, she enjoys time with her friends and family, watching her granddaughter grow, crafting, and experiencing all the activities that Idaho offers.

  • After retiring from the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Deke worked as the Director of Children’s Ministry at his church in California. Carol also worked at their church as the Business manager after 17 years at a Christian School as the assistant to the Administrator. Deke currently works at the Boise Rescue Mission, where Carol also volunteers. Deke and Carol feel blessed to have been able to serve together in Children’s Ministry the last few years. They have 4 children and 6 grandchildren between them. They love hiking, walks by the river and playing games. They consider themselves homebodies and love to just hang out with their dog Tony, and their cat, Gus when time allows.


    Genuine relationships are harder to come by, and as a result, more vital than ever before. One of our values is to be radically relational. A wise counselor defined his role quite simply: “A counselor is a paid friend.” He wasn’t happy about it.  It was a reflection on how hard it is to find a good friend. Real friendship may be the most important ministry the church can offer. Jesus calls himself “a friend of sinners.”

    A friend, first and foremost, listens in order to know you. A friend seeks to understand you on a deeper level – to understand your context, your background, your strengths and weaknesses, and help you see your own blindspots in order to grow. A friend enables you to slow down and see better, both the big picture and yourself. Most importantly, a friend helps you know the one friend who will never let you down – Jesus.

    Appointed Counselors of All Saints work to close the friendship gap, providing a relational depth that our world is often too busy for. If this is something you’re interested in, reach out to our office manager for more information at office@allsaintspca.org.

    Meet our Counselors