Meet Our Staff...
Senior Pastor, Dale Schuiteman
Pastor Dale joined the staff of Twin City as Senior Pastor in 2004 after serving as Assistant Pastor for two-and-a-half years. Before coming to TCBB, he served in a private school setting as a teacher and Assistant Principal for six years. Pastor Dale's desire is to shepherd the people of God at TCBB. He seeks to willingly and eagerly feed, oversee and be an example. His focus is primarily toward strengthening the home, understanding that the collective church will only be as strong as individual homes. You can contact Pastor Dale by emailing him at [email protected].
Additional Information: Dale graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 1984 with a B.S. in Secondary Education. Dale has completed NANC (National Association of Nouthetic Counselors) training. Dale and his wife Camie have five children, Alisha, Lindsay, Wesley, and Lila and Levi- who were both adopted from Vietnam.
Youth Pastor, Pete Frank
Pastor Pete joined the staff at TCBB in 2009 as the part-time Youth Pastor. He has a burden to see teenagers walk with the Lord in the midst of today's secular culture. Pastor Pete also has a passion for families and cross-cultural missions. During the summer of 2006, Pete and his wife Sunnie, of 26 years, adopted two orphan girls from Vietnam, Mikayla and Mikenzie, bringing their total number of children up to six! You can learn more about the Frank's adoption at their family's adoption website http://www.blessingsfromvietnam.com.
Additional information: Pete graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 1988. Pete and his family served in Life Action Ministries in Buchanan, Michigan, for two years prior to the Lord moving them back to Indiana where Pete joined the pastoral staff at Liberty Baptist Church in Sweetser, IN. In June of 2007, God opened the door for Pete to begin serving with Gospelink Ministries, a church planting ministry working in 3rd world countries through national preachers. One of Pete's favorite parts of his job is speaking in churches in the States to mobilize Christians toward personal involvement in the Great Commission.