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Corey Anderson

Corey Anderson has been attending TCC since 2008 and has contributed in a number of areasincluding leading/organizing the Sunday morning set up teams, serving on the elders board and, leads a home group. Corey has also helped in children's ministry and has occasionally preached in the Sunday Morning service.

In his personal life Corey has been married to Beth for nearly 20 years and has four very energetic children: Micah, Aiden, Zachariah, Ehlana. His family brings him a great deal of joy and he loves spending time playing, taking his kids to swimming, soccer, and any number of other activities.

In his professional life, Corey spent more than ten years pastoring Alliance Churches in Barrhead and Rimbey. Corey worked with a group of Alliance Churches as Executive Director at Bellevue Bible Camp (now Bellevue Lodge) where he was responsible for developing programs for camps and leadership development for the local churches. Corey is presently a divorce mediator and assists families as they work through painful conflicts and transitions.

Brad Liske

Brad was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He attended North American Baptist College where he received his Bachelor of Religion degree and in his second year fell in love with his wife Lee Ann. Being called into ministry, Brad served as a Youth Pastor for three years in Leduc, Alberta and seven years in Camrose, Alberta after which he decided to help his family out with their business of building custom houses (Liske Developments Ltd.). He is also progressively working on his Master of Divinity degree (he’s on the 20 year plan). Brad’s passion is in helping disciple people in their spiritual journeys as they seek to understand how to better follow Christ everyday within their personal lives and within their community.

Brad is married to Lee Ann and has three wonderful children (Corinn, Faith and Cael) who all bring him great joy and excitement. He finds the best times in his life are spent with his family. Besides this, Brad also loves to spend time with his Xbox playing games, his camera taking pictures (mostly of his kids and wife), his trailer going camping, his GPS going Geocaching, his golf clubs going golfing (he’s got a mean slice) and his books reading a great story.

Bob Teskey

Bob was born and raised in Rocky Mountain House and came to Edmonton to go to University.  He is a partly retired lawyer who has practiced in Edmonton for his entire career.  Bob with his late wife, Hazel, is the father of two children, Kent and Caryn and the step father of Cindi and Allison, who are the children of his wife, Val.  Bob and Val have seven grandchildren.

Bob has been part of TCC from its beginning and has served in leadership and on various committees over the years.  In addition to being the Chair of the Facilities Development and Capital Campaign Team, he is member of the Board of Elders.  He and Val, with the help of an awesome Team, coordinate the TCC brunches.

In addition to his involvement at TCC, Bob is Chair of the Board of Trustees of Taylor College and Seminary, is a member of the Board of Governors of the University of Alberta and of the Board of Canadian Blood Services.  He is Chair of the Alberta Diabetes Institute and on the Board of TEC Edmonton.

In his free time, Bob and Val provide the hot lunch each Monday at the Jasper Place Health and Wellness Centre.  He is an ameteur cook and woodworker and enjoys time at the family cottage at Crimson Lake.


James Snyder

James moved to Edmonton from Ontario in 2008 and has been attending TCC with his family since 2010. He is the father of three wonderful children Ben, Lily and Oriel who keep his days busy and his heart full. James loves building relationships with others and will often be found lingering at the church long after brunch is finished. He loves bringing others together, and spent time in university helping on the university Christian fellowship leadership team. He and his wife Heather love having people over at their place and find joy in sharing hospitality with others.

James’ heart is for people. Specifically families and children in need. He and his wife are advocates for Compassion Canada, a child Sponsorship program which partners with churches in developing countries to empower locals and provide resources for children and families in need. ( )
James works in Water Resources Engineering for a Consulting Engineering firm in Edmonton. He is also currently working towards his Masters one course at a time.

James loves having fun, whether it is sledding, playing guitar and worshipping God with his family, playing hide and seek, wrestling with his kids, working on his Jeep, going biking or checking out new real estate on mls. He is honored to be in this position at TCC and looks forward to meeting you!