Mark and Kirsten Pierce

Steel City Fellowship, Colorado
Collegiate/University Missionary
Pueblo Colorado
Steel City Fellowship
August 23

About My Family

Mark and Kirsten moved to Pueblo, Colo., in 2016 to plant churches in Pueblo and to work at Colorado State University-Pueblo in college ministry. Mark grew up in Oklahoma City, Okla., and came to know Christ in 2009. In 2010 he started college and joined a collegeministry thatchanged his life. This is where he was influenced to become a minister and make disciples of Christ wherever he goes.
Kirsten grew up in Norman, Okla. She grew up going to the same church most of her life. When Kirsten started college, she realized she had not yet made her faith her own, and she gave her life to Christ. Mark and Kirsten were married in 2015 and spent the first year praying and seeking God in where they should go and what God had for them. Feeling a strong call from God, they made the move to Pueblo to work in ministry. They have now been working in Pueblo, Colo., for more than a year with church plants, replants and an on-campus college ministry.

About My Ministry

Mark and Kirsten work at a church replant called Steel City Fellowship that was established in 2017 to reach the suburb of Belmont in Pueblo. Steel City Fellowship is a replant focused on reaching children and families for Christ. Pueblo has a population of more than 100,000 people, and many of them do not know Christ as their personal Savior. They also work as the directors of Christian Challenge that focuses on students at Colorado State University Pueblo. Colorado State University Pueblo is medium-sized campus with more than 5,500 students. Most do not know Christ or attend any kind of church. Mark and Kirsten have changed that by running Christian Challenge, sharing the gospel with students and training current Christians to follow Jesus faithfully.

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