Josh Strelecki, Pastor-Teacher was born in Milwaukee WI. He spent most of his childhood in Crystal Falls in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan. He heard a clear gospel for the first time when he was in the 8th grade and trusted Christ as his all-sufficient Savior in his freshmen year of high school. He attended Finlandia University in the fall of 2004, but would only be there for a semester because he decided to leave in order to not be conformed to this world. In the fall of 2005 he attended a Christian College, Northwestern College in Roseville Minnesota. It would be here that he would cultivate his desire for God, His Son, and the living word of God, as well as, meet the love of his life. He graduated in 2010 after taking a year and a half off with a Bachelor of Science in Ministry. In the spring of 2008 Josh married his wife, Michele. In the spring of 2011 Josh and Michele had their first child, a girl, Abigail. In August of 2013 they had their second child, Josiah.

Through various means Pastor Josh learned of the need to “rightly divide the word of truth” and sought out to find a church that did so. In 2007 Pastor Josh found Twin Cities Grace Fellowship and started attending regularly. In 2008, he started assisting with the preaching duties and starting teaching every first Sunday of the month and filled in when needed.

Josh had assisted with the teaching and preaching ministry at Twin Cities Grace Fellowship for close to 4 years. In 2011 he was commended to the elders to take over the office of teaching and preaching. He is now the full-time pastor at Twin Cities Grace Fellowship.

Josh has been full-time for 7 years and is leading Twin Cities Grace Fellowship in God’s design of edification for members of the church the body of Christ. Currently, in that process they are establishing the foundation of Romans doctrine. Josh also has series available on: Right Division, Suffering, The Local Assembly, and The Lord’s Table. He is also teaching through the Bible on Thursday nights, gaining the fundamental and essential issues of God’s program with Israel.

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