Shaun is married to his best friend, Stephanie (Shroyer). They live in Cleveland, Tennessee and are the parents to three beautiful girls, Reagan, Madison, and Kennedy.
Shaun was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky. The son of a minister, he moved around alot growing up, living in Indiana, Tennessee, Montana, and briefly in Oklahoma, before making a move on his own to Cleveland, Tennessee.
Shaun is passionate about serving God by serving others and the church. He has had many wonderful opportunities to serve in professional and ministry roles where this passion has been expressed and grown. He has traveled much of the U.S., as well as to the Caribbean, Central America, South America, Africa, and Europe ministering and presenting practical ministry training to children’s ministers, youth ministers, and church communicators. He is interested in photography, politics, traveling, and has recently taken up running and completed several 5K runs in the past year.
Shaun primarily serves as international director of Children’s Ministries, administrative liaison to the general overseer, and prayer coordinator for the Church of God of Prophecy International Offices in Cleveland, Tennessee. He and his wife serve as preschool teachers at the Peerless Road Church, also in Cleveland. Shaun serves as an adjunct instructor with Belhaven University, Trevecca Nazarene University, and Oral Roberts University teaching courses in leadership and management. Shaun is a graduate of Bryan College having earned a Master of Business Administration in Marketing from Bryan College and is a credentialed bishop with the Church of God of Prophecy. He is presently pursuing his Ph.D. in Religion and Leadership Studies from the University of the Cumberlands.
Called to children’s ministry at the age of 13, Shaun has been active in children’s ministry for twenty-seven years serving in various roles, including children’s pastor of the Peerless Road Church (2005-2006), administrative assistant in International Children’s Ministries of the Church of God of Prophecy (2002-2003), and as age-level editor (preschool through elementary ages) for One Accord Sunday School curriculum (2009-2012)