Danny Sink: Co-Pastor


     I was born and raised about 30 minutes away from High Point in neighboring Davidson County.  I received my undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University in 2000 before beginning a 13.5-year career as a teacher.  

 

     In 2012 my family moved to High Point and due to the distance from our then church home, began looking for a new church.   We first visited FCCHP in February of 2013 and quickly knew that we had found the church where God would use and grow us.  I am married to the love of my life (Ameriah) and we have three wonderful children (Alyssa, Andie and Trystan).   

 

      After attending FCCHP for about a year, the leadership of the church approached me about leaving public education to develop an after-school program for the church and to eventually step into a children's minister role. Through God's grace, that After School program grew from a modest beginning of 4 children our first year to almost 60 children in attendance to begin the 2019 school year.


In October of 2019 I was blessed to be able to turn the reigns of KidZone After School Program over to Alyssa O'Hara, our current KidZone After School Academy Director.  And at the beginning of 2022 I stepped away from children's ministry and into my current role of Co-pastor.

I am excited to spend more time working with and growing the adult ministries we have in place, while also seeking God's guidance on areas where we need to expand.  I have a passion for presenting God's Word, and I am blessed beyond measure to work closely with our senior minister, Dean Tsiolkas, to plan and present sermon series and teaching opportunities for adults.

My prayer is that God will use FCCHP to move in a miraculous way, winning hearts and souls for the Lord Jesus.  Being a small cog in this local body has been one of the great highlights of my life.  There are many verses that I lean on and that guide me, lately one that has been heavy on my heart is Colossians 3:23  Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the LORD and not for men.