Pastor Tim has served in ministry at WayPoint since 2001 when the Stobbes moved to the KP. Tim and his wife, Tina, thoroughly enjoy living in this community where they have raised their two children. Continuing to learn and remaining curious is important to him. While he has a love for Scripture, music, and sports, his passion is to see people follow Jesus and experience the peace that only comes through faith in Him.
WayPoint South Pastor
Mark grew up in the midwest and came to Jesus in his late teens. He graduated Summit Christian College in Scottsbluff, NE with a bachelor’s degree in 2007. He and his wife, Anna, met at college and got married in 2005. While at college, Mark worked for four years launching and establishing a youth ministry at a local church. After graduation, Mark and Anna spent the next five years at two other ministries in Missouri and Illinois. From 2012 to 2016, Mark took a break from ministry and move out to the Seattle area to work as a CNC machinist and to be a part of a church where Anna’s uncle was a pastor. In 2016, Mark began working at WayPoint Church making disciples and training disciple makers. Since that time, he has spearheaded the launch of a WayPoint South and helped to refine their disciple-making process. Mark is passionate about helping people find their fit in the Body of Christ and take the next step in their relationship with Jesus. Mark and Anna have seven children and feel strongly about family and adoption.
Drew was born and raised right here on the Key Peninsula. After graduating from Peninsula High School, he went college, majoring in Audio Engineering. After getting his degree, he spent eight years as a Marine Electrician at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard while volunteering and eventually working part time at WayPoint, serving in youth ministry. Working full time at WayPoint since 2017, Drew has a passion for youth ministry and seeing kids realize that they are made in the image of a loving God. Drew directs the youth ministry and all of its camps and retreats, while also supervising the design and training aspect of WayPoint’s audio/visual technology capabilities. Drew and his wife Jessica live in Port Orchard with their two boys, Jackson and Wesley. In his freetime, Drew loves hiking, guitars, music production, science fiction, and driving his 1984 Toyota Supra.
Children's Ministry Director
Danielle (Dani) was born and raised in Corvallis, OR. She got her AA in Digital Imaging and then attended Multnomah University in Portland, OR where she got a BA in Bible,Theology and Educational Ministries. While there she met her husband Joey. They married in 2004 and had the opportunity to move to Morocco to do relief work in January 2007. After spending about 10 years there, it became clear that they shouldreturn to the states. They have been in the states now for the past 5 years, but ultimately they would like to return overseas. Meanwhile, Dani homeschools her 5 children - Josiah, Benson, William, Isabelle, and Phoebe and enjoys crochet, football season and coffee.
Alisha was born and raised in Everett, Washington before discovering the Key Peninsula. In 2006 she moved out here with her husband Jeremy and their 2 kids, Natalie and JJ. Alisha spent 8 years working at Key Peninsula Middle School before coming to WayPoint and enjoys being a part of the Key Pen community. In her free time, she enjoys kayaking and spotting harbor porpoises, gardening, and cooking a big meal for her family.