Senior Staff


  • Dan Beaulieu - Youth Pastor

    By God’s grace, I was saved by Jesus Christ at an early age under the tutelage of my godly parents. I grew in the church and began to understand in high school what a personal conviction of Jesus as Lord and Savior could look like in my own life. God breathed purpose and hope into my life where I saw none.

     

    Because of this change in my teenage years, I have pursued helping students find Jesus Christ, grow in their faith by grace, and foster a love for others that is rooted in God’s love for them. I graduated from Clarks Summit University with a degree in youth ministry with an emphasis in counseling and have been serving with Merrimack Valley ever since.

     

    I enjoy all things nerdy and geeky. I play music whenever and wherever I can. I love all kinds of trivia. But most importantly about me, I love seeing teens learn who God has stitched them together to be and grow in the liberty God’s grace affords them.

  • Joe Bouchoc - Pastoral Intern


  • Dave Deselle - Financial Manager


  • Dave Gee - Assistant Pastor

    Prior to coming to MVBC, I served as an Assistant Pastor in Michigan and a Youth Assistant in Pennsylvania. I earned my Master of Divinity degree at Calvary Baptist Seminary. Currently, I serve as an Assistant Pastor at MVBC where I focus on Life Groups, Outreach, and Assimilation. I love connecting people to God’s Word because I know that the Bible has the answers we all need for a truly fulfilling life.  


    I am an avid Star Trek and Star Wars fan and enjoy getting out in the mountains to hike and backpack with my beautiful wife Cathy and our children.

  • Jeff Grant - Assistant Pastor

    I am so blessed that God has allowed me to serve in a way I truly love - serving people and working with families and their children.  I first trusted the Lord Jesus as my Savior in 1999, however, I did not fully give my life over to the Lord until 2009.  Since making the decision to let God rule my life and not trying to do everything my own way, He has been so very gracious to me and has blessed me tremendously with a job in ministry.  After leaving my job at Cintas Corp. in 2010, my wife Julie, and kids Jamie, Jonah, Paul, Jillian, and Jessie joined me in ministry at MVBC.


    I currently oversee all Church Ministries, with the exception of Teens, Music, and School Ministries.  I also oversee our facilities and coordinate and manage all of the properties.  I am currently enrolled at Piedmont International University and am pursuing a Master's Degree in Ministry.  When not in the office, I enjoy spending all my free time with my beautiful wife and children.

  • Aaron Louie - Music Pastor

    I was saved at an early age, blessed with Godly parents and faithful workers at the church we attended. In 1996, my family moved from upstate New York to New Hampshire, and we began attending MVBC. Throughout my middle and high school years, God faithfully guided my relationship with Him and during senior year in high school, I felt God's call to pursue ministry through music. I attended Cedarville University where I received my Bachelor's Degree in Music in 2008.

     

    After college, I served as a Worship Leader in a church in New Jersey and also built up a studio teaching private lessons for piano and guitar. In New Jersey, God revealed many things to me such as my identity in Him as well as a passion for teaching and seeing students grow. In 2018, I was blessed with the opportunity to return to New Hampshire and join the team at MVBC as Music Pastor.

     

    In ministry and in my free time, I enjoy writing music, audio production, and many things related to computers. I also enjoy playing tennis and reading.

  • Greg Odiorne - Pastor/Teacher

    I came to faith in Jesus Christ during my sophomore year of college after a fellow ROTC cadet confronted me with my need for forgiveness of my sins. My initial growth took place through the campus ministry of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. It was during these weekly meetings that I met Christine Hemingway. We were married in February of 1989 and lived in Cranston, RI, where Christine worked as a registered nurse and I worked as a hydrogeologist. God called us to vocational ministry in 1991, while attending a mission conference at our church. I entered Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary in Lansdale, PA, in 1992 and graduated in 1997. I was asked to serve as an assistant pastor at Calvary Baptist Church where I served for five years until I entered the Army as a chaplain in 2003. While serving as a chaplain in the 82nd Airborne Division and the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), I deployed to Iraq in 2003 and Afghanistan in 2006. At the end of 2007, God unexpectedly opened the door for me to become the pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church and Christian Academy in Fayetteville, NC. My 11 years of shepherding at Cornerstone are some of the most fulfilling years of my life. 


    What I enjoy most in life is spending time with Christine and my children. I also enjoy planning DIY projects and then seeing them come into reality. If I had to choose between a book or a movie, I would choose a movie; between Dunkin or Starbucks, I would choose Dunkin; between the Yankees or Red Sox, I would choose the Red Sox; between the Patriots and the Redskins, I would choose . . ., well, maybe I should stop while I am ahead, since I also enjoy job security.

  • Steve Wilkins - Biblical Counselor

    Since 2003, my wife Sharron and I, with the help of trained volunteers in our church, have had the privilege of helping people find real and lasting answers to life’s challenges and opportunities, by using the all-sufficient, inspired word of God.  


    Sharron and I both trusted the Lord as Savior in 1982 at the age of 32. We have a son and daughter-in-law and eight precious grandchildren who are all part of our church family.  Sharron and I are New Hampshire natives who enjoy gardening, and I still get some great exercise with my part-time tree service. It is a nice break from the challenges of counseling.


    God provided excellent Biblical Counseling for me when I was first saved, and I enjoy seeing others set free with the liberating principles of the word of God. One of my favorite verses to use when counseling others is 1 Corinthians 10:13.

  • SMCA Educational Consultant - Ken Amador

    Ken Amador is new to the SMCA community. Previously, he was the Head of School of a Christian school in Rhode Island. Also, he was a professor of New Testament studies at Boston Baptist College and spent twenty years as a chaplain in the United States Navy. He has completed two Masters degrees from Baptist Bible College & Seminary and studies toward his doctorate in Christian Leadership from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.He has two grown children, Trevor and Mikenna, and has been married to his beautiful wife, Gwendolyn, for 34 years.

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