Matthew Bradley, Organizing Pastor
Pastor Matt grew up in a Christian home and the US Air Force. After graduating from East Tennessee State University in 1996 (BA, History) he served four years as an artillery officer in the US Army. He's a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary (ThM, 2006) and he's been an ordained minister in the PCA since 2009. Matt is married to Leslie, his wife of more than 20 years, and together they have two boys, Ian and Xavier. He loves flying, sailing, and the Oxford comma.
Nathan McCall, Associate Pastor
Nathan McCall was born in Reading, PA and has lived most of his life in North Carolina. He moved to Nashville in 2011. Nathan is a graduate of Appalachian State University with an Applied Communication degree (2004) and Reformed Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity (2009). He grew up in the PCA as a pastor’s child and was ordained in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian denomination (ARP) before returning to the PCA in 2011. Nathan has been married to Ruth since 2004 and they have three children: Adah, Jonah, and Merrimac. He enjoys camping, running, hunting, and reading.
Nathan is a Twin Lakes Fellow since 2012 and travels with Equipping Leaders International as an instructor.
Jen Broad, Women's Ministry Coordinator
Jen grew up in Mississippi, but Nashville has been home since 1999. After graduating from Mississippi State University (BA in Communication Management, MS in Instructional Technology), Jen worked as an instructional designer in the healthcare industry. She and her husband, Aaron, have two children, Joseph & Coralyn.
Jen has been actively involved in the PCA since 1996, growing under the faithful teaching, preaching, and encouragement of RUF pastors and teaching elders as well as brothers and sisters in Christ who have poured into her through the years. She is a participant in the Charles Simeon Trust Workshop and seeks to continue her biblical training through available classes (Seminary on Saturday, PCA Women's Leadership Training, as examples). Before joining All Saints, she worked as the Women's Ministry Assistant at Covenant Presbyterian Church where she lectured and led small groups. For fun Jen enjoys listening to online sermons and Podcasts, reading, contemplating, sipping, eating, belly-laughing, and being together with her family and friends.
Jen is currently enrolled in the Master of Arts in Christian Studies (MACS) program at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.