Our Leadership Team

The leadership at Bridge of Faith is comprised of people who love, care and pray for every person in the church. 

If you have any questions for any of our staff, feel free to reach out and email them. 

You can contact the church office at info@bridgeoffaithcc.com

  • Jonathan Mcguire  - Lead Pastor    


    Jonathan grew up in Lebanon, MO.  At the age of 13, his grandmother said that we would be a pastor someday.  When Jonathan was 17, he surrendered to the ministry but was not sure where God would lead next.  After two years of wrestling and playing baseball at community college in St.Louis, He transferred to College of the Ozarks.  At College of the Ozarks, Jonathan majored in Philosophy and Religion while playing baseball.  Jonathan met his beautiful bridge Amy at College of the Ozarks.  They were married in 2005.  Jonathan graduated in 2006 and began to search where God was leading him next.  After visiting First Baptist Church in Branson, MO, Jonathan heard the planting pastor of Bridge of Faith speaking and knew this was where he was called to serve.  So June 2006, Jonathan and Amy began attending Bridge of Faith.  Jonathan and Amy served under Vince Blubaugh for a year before he was called to plant more churches.  It was at this moment that the church called Jonathan to pastor July 2007.  Jonathan is passionate about reaching kids and families with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Jonathan believes Matthew 18:5 that if we welcome children in the name of Jesus that we welcome Christ himself in our church.  Jonathan and Amy have 4 children Brianna, Macy, Colten and Kylie. His passion is to transform generations that transform communities.

  • Cameron Mund - Associate Pastor    


    Growing up in a Christian home, Cameron developed a desire for the Word of God in middle school and high school. In 2007, he left home in St. Charles and began his studies at College of the Ozarks and in 2011 he received a degree in Philosophy & Religion. In January 2011 Cameron began serving with Bridge of Faith as a Pastoral Intern through the North American Mission Board. He has served as Thrift Store Director, briefly as the interim Youth Pastor and is currently the Associate Pastor, Mission Team Coordinator and Summer Intern Director. Cameron is passionate about teaching Christians why it is important to know what they believe and how to defend their faith in a way that honors Christ. Cameron met his wife, Jodi, at College of the Ozarks and they have a two-year old son named Lukas.  

  • AMY MCGUIRE - Director of thrift Store Operations & Next Generation Leader                         amy@bridgeoffaithcc.com

    Amy grew up in Fort Scott, Kansas.  Amy has always been a high energy leader. She assumed leadership roles throughout her High School career.  In 2001, Amy graduated from Fort Scott Christian Heights.  She then attended junior college in Fort Scott.  Amy got accepted in to College of the Ozarks the fall of 2003.  Amy majored in Business with an emphasis in Economics.  Amy married her husband Jonathan the fall of 2005.  Amy and Jonathan were searching for a place to serve when they heard the planting pastor of Bridge of Faith speaking at First Baptist in Branson.  The following week Amy and Jonathan visited Bridge of Faith for the first time.  Immediately they knew this is where they were called to be.  Amy has held many roles at Bridge of Faith Executive Leadership Team member, secretary, assistant, after school program director, children's minister, volunteer coordinator, Summers @ the Beach Director and her most recent roles of Director of Thrift Store Operations and Next Generation Leader.  Amy and Jonathan have 4 children Brianna, Macy, Colten and Kylie.  Amy has a huge heart for the children in the community and is constantly striving to find new ways to improve their lives.

  • Michael & Kinsey Vogt - Youth Pastors

    The Vogts biography is also still in the works... it is coming soon!

  • Matt manning - recovery pastor   

    Matt grew up on the mission field in Romania. He moved to the Ozarks as a young man and after a sixteen year period as an addict, Jesus cleansed Matt and made him new. At 30, Matt gave his life to the Lord and began pursuing Christ as a member of Bridge of Faith. Matt was the Youth Pastor for six years and currently serves as the Recovery Pastor and Thrift Store Co-Manager. Matt wants others to experience the same freedom from addiction through Christ that he is experiencing daily.

    Matt’s wife, Brejida, got saved a month before Matt and they have been married nine years. They have four children: Hannah, Katelyn, Jeremiah and Gracie Honey – who spent fifty-six days on Earth showing us God’s miraculous power and is now hanging out with Jesus. 

  • Mac grew up in the Kansas City (Kansas) area. In high school and college he participated in music and theatre.  At age 25, Mac accepted Jesus as his Savior and began to learn how to play the guitar.  Ever since he has been leading worship with and for God's people.  Mac has had the honor to be a lay leader, Worship and Creative Arts Pastor, Lead Pastor, and church tech guy.   Mac has been with the Bridge of Faith family since August 2015. 

    Mac has an amazing wife, Bre, and two cool sons. Cole (14) and Liam (8). 

    Joshua 24:15

  • Jim harriger - community development   


    Jim Harriger has been preparing for community development with Bridge of Faith for forty-nine years. Starting as a camp counselor for junior high, inner-city boys, God has led him through school and jobs to be ready for ministry in Rockaway Beach. He transferred colleges in order to start working full-time with the York Rescue Mission Youth Program, which he then directed for two years after graduating with a BA in Mathematics. 

    God added Mary as his wife to work beside him in 1974, first at the York Rescue Mission, then for eleven years at the Union Gospel Mission in Seattle, WA. While there, he moved from youth work, to Assistant Director of the Mission while finishing his Masters in Christian Education. While there was more to accomplish in Seattle, God had another job for the family.

    In 1987 Jim, Mary and their daughters Sarah and Annah moved to Kansas City, Missouri where Jim served for three and one-half years as the first Director of Education for the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions. The family spent two years in training in Washington, DC with the Central Union Mission, and then was called to Springfield, Missouri where Jim became the Executive Director of Victory Mission. He served in Springfield for twenty-three years, leading the mission to grow in facilities, programs, staff and budget. As he retired in January, 2016, he was referred to in one news story as an “icon of the community”. You too can be an icon of your community: simply start each day with Jesus, then show up for the job He has assigned you to do. Do this consistently over 23 years, and you will be an icon.

    Jim and Mary made Rockaway Beach home in June, 2016. They enjoy the Lake, the community, the people, and the opportunity to watch their six grandchildren grow.