Mackenzie Shunko

Children's Pastor

Mackenzie joined WLC staff as Children’s Pastor in August of 2018. Mackenzie is so blessed to be apart of this amazing church family who has been so supportive and shared so much love with her and her beautiful 4 year old daughter, Haven. She says Papa God placed this beautiful position in her lap during a very hard journey in her life.

Mackenzie also has the honor and privilege working at Golden Bell Camp in Divide and with our local Choices Pregnancy Center. She is a country girl from a little town with a big heart in Nebraska.

Mackenzie attended Hastings College in Nebraska, graduating with a BA in Marketing and Minor in Public Relations and Advertising.

Mackenzie & Haven enjoy playing, spending time with friends & family, reading, dancing, singing, crafting, pretending, talking about Jesus, traveling, taking walks and riding their horse, Red Ryder.

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Scott Green

Youth Pastor

Scott took on the youth guy gig at Woodland Life Center in October 2017.  He has been a youth pastor at Nazarene churches since 2009.  He was ordained in the Church of the Nazarene at the 2018 Colorado District Assembly.

Scott graduated with his bachelors in Psychology, Philosophy, & Graphic Design from Southern Nazarene University.
He has a heart for teens & understands the importance of youth ministry in the formative ages that youth ministry covers. 
He is married to Rachael Green who also helps out with the youth as well. They make a team who is excited for the future of the youth here at Woodland Life Center. Come and join them!  

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Greg White

Leadership Pastor

My wife, Nancy and I, pastored churches for 40 years in Illinois.

Early in 2012 I joined the John Maxwell Team and became certified in Speaking, Training and Coaching.  I have used John’s Leadership Systems to train many people

I love to encourage people, train people to grow, and help them to make a difference in their life and calling. One of my favorite quotes is from Oswald Chambers which asks the question: “Are we directing people or are we developing people.”

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