Low self-worth lies at the root of most addictions — substance abuse, pornography, food disorders, internet abuse. People who miss the beauty of God’s creation in themselves often turn to addictions to fill the hole of loneliness. Our communities can impact those who are struggling when we emphasize value to both the popular and the outcast.
Seth Kreimeyer-Kelly, a native of Tucson, Arizona, has been a part of the Casas Church community since he was in fifth grade. He served as a middle-school ministries director since 2001 and now serves as an adult ministries pastor. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona in Religious Studies, and holds a Master of Divinity degree from Golden Gate Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, California. . Pastor Kreimeyer-Kelly lends a unique perspective to his teaching because of his background in comparative religions and world history. His teaching style is direct, but also compassionate and relational. His outside interests are soccer and golf, and his beautiful wife Ariane works with the Global Outreach Ministry at Casas Church. They have two sons, Maxuel and Oskar.