Meet Brandon!

Brandon FieldsMy name is Brandon and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work alongside such dedicated people here at PS20! I don’t know that communicating is my strongest point, but Ben asked me to write this bio and when the boss asks, well you know. JK.

I have always had an aggressive and sometimes polarizing; “type-A” personality. A person with naturally diverse talents and driven by an insatiable curiosity to learn new skill-sets. (Basically they now call it ADD but I think it sounds better the way I describe it.) For much of my adult life I have worked multiple jobs at any given time and have been quickly successful in several career fields including Construction, Graphic Design and Interior Design/Sales. I have also started a few businesses over the years, of which all are still successful today. Much of the experience I have obtained in the accounting field can be attributed to those ventures, in which I spent most of my time learning the “hard way” from people much wiser than me. I have always been a true work-a-holic, so it is no stretch of the imagination to say my journey to becoming part of this team has not been necessarily in a straight line. I am also a pastor’s kid and third generation ministry brat, so my entire life has been all about the local church. I have had to define my own path over the years, but there is no greater passion for me than to see God’s people work together to lead others into a tangible, personal relationship with Christ.

I found my soul mate and the love of my life, Sarah, when I was just 13. We were best friends through school, we dated through high school and we married at 18. (And yes, our parents freaked out!) We have been married for 8 years now and are expecting our first child on July 6th, a baby girl we have already named Hannah Riley. We just moved back to Phoenix, Arizona in February to be near our parents and family, and we are anxiously awaiting all the changes having a baby will bring to our lives.

In October of 2007 Sarah and I were living in Charlotte, NC when a small church plant called Ridge Church began their journey, and ours would never be the same either. We quickly became deeply connected with the leadership there and last fall I was brought in to help Ridge improve their accounting infrastructure and develop more efficient administrative systems and processes internally. Ridge Church came online with PS20 last month, so as a bookkeeper for PS20, I still have the opportunity to support them long distance. Because Ridge was a North Point Partnership, I worked closely with North Point’s staff as well, and through that connection, I met Ben. Ben and I connected in several ways because of our passion for the local church and our experience in supporting North Point’s Strategic Partnerships. And the rest as they say, is history.

It has been an amazing journey for me so far and I am blown away by the level of professionalism within PS20. But I am far more excited to know that all of us are so passionately invested in more than just counting and tallying. It feels awesome to be a part of furthering Christ’s renown by supporting churches in this way.

Thanks for welcoming me to the team – I am praying for all of you!

- Brandon

One Comment

  1. Posted July 7, 2015 at 8:57 pm | Permalink

    i take workout 3 time a week MWF and i take amino acids 2000 i telabt before and after 1 telabt, is tis good enough to gain a body mass? pls.. help me, gve me some tips.. to gain weight, im on 142 pounds and 5′11

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