David & Emily

Trementozzi

Judah, Kaleb, and Halle


Serving in Belgium, Europe


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588 Cochise Dr
Madisonville, KY 42431

Training the Next Generation of Spirit-Filled Leaders in Europe

 

In a land of spiritual disillusionment, religious pluralism, and rampant secularism, there is a great need to raise up European leaders in the church who are sensitive to the empowering and transforming work of the Holy Spirit. David and Emily Trementozzi bring their unique educational and ministerial backgrounds to this task. 

 

Profile

David will be teaching and training future pastors and leaders at Continental Theological Seminary (CTS) in Brussels, Belgium. CTS is a premier Pentecostal graduate school that brings together students from all through Europe and around the world. Many CTS students, after graduating, return home to serve in major leadership roles in the national church of their respective countries.

Emily’s extensive missionary work has trained her for cross cultural ministry and given her a heart to share the gospel with those in hopeless and desperate situations. Emily will be working in a variety of capacities related to compassion ministry.

 

Experience

David has served with the Assemblies of God since 1990 and has over thirteen years of pastoral and teaching experience ranging from youth ministry, to leading missions trips, leadership training, and education. Emily began serving in overseas missionary work since 1993 and has since served as a youth pastor and a missions coordinator.

 

Education

David has a BA in Psychology (Messiah College), a M.Div. in Practical Theology (Regent University), and a Ph.D., in Theology (Regent University).

 

Skills

David’s ministry skills are in teaching, training, and discipleship. Emily’s ministry skills are in mission’s mobilization, compassion outreach, and youth ministry.

 

Family

David and Emily have been married since 2000 and have three children—Judah (13), Kaleb (11), and Halle (6).

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This is an animated devotional poem by David Trementozzi. Artwork is by Keira James and narration is done by Jessica Trementozzi. To see the poetry text and other blogs by David, go to www.davidtrementozzi.com.
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An introduction to our family and ministry.
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