Quantrell Bryant

I was born into a military family and consider Fairfax, VA my home. I graduated from the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill and it was there that I met the Lord in 1980. Three years later I met my wife, Sherri, at UNC and we were married in May of 1983. Sherri and I have been blessed with seven children, with grandchildren being added to their family every year.

We moved our family to Oregon in 1996 to continue my business executive life at Nike. In 2009, we started a local family business.

We began Cord-of-Three Ministry to “Young” Married Couples in 2008; focusing on couples married 7 years or less or engaged to be married. I was ordained as an Associate Pastor Calvary Chapel Hillsboro in 2011 and later ordained as an elder at Calvary Chapel in 2012.

I am passionate about mentoring and disciplining couples to be better together; with Christ central to their personal lives and marriages.

If you would like more information or to get involved with Cord of Three please email Shawn and Sherri Dean.

On a Sunday morning in the summer of 1986 I heard the gospel presented simply and clearly in a small Calvary Chapel in Arroyo Grande, California, by the soft-spoken pastor, Steve Carr. He said, “It is not what you do for God; it is what God did for you.” Having been raised Roman Catholic with the mindset of doing good and going to confession to get to heaven, I was struck by how simple the gospel message was. That morning I finally made the decision to put my faith in Jesus Christ and trust Him for salvation.”

There was no great emotion that came over me that day, and if someone was to look at me on the outside they probably would not have noticed much difference between the day before and the day after. It was more of a relief and joy to finally understand the good news of the gospel after “trying” to be saved for the previous couple of years.

Looking back, I can now see how the Holy Spirit was preparing me for that moment in the years leading up to it by the Christians God put in my life, with the most important person being my wife Katie. Since that time I have grown so much in the Lord and have experienced what a faithful and loving God we have as our Heavenly Father. It is a privilege to serve him in ministry and, not surprisingly, I now find myself getting emotional very easily when I think about what a Wonderful Savior I have!


Coming from a Roman Catholic family I always had a sense of God’s existence and a desire to be right with Him. But it wasn’t until my senior year in high school that I was born again. My father had placed his faith in Jesus and I witnessed a radical transformation in his life. Through his efforts and the outreach of my high school friends, I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior in March of 1984.

In 1989, I graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. I was planning to become a lawyer but after getting accepted to law school, I felt the Lord calling me into pastoral ministry. For three years, I served as an assistant pastor of a small church in a Seattle suburb before moving to Hillsboro, Oregon to attend Multnomah Biblical Seminary. While in Portland, I was blessed to serve with Pastor Rich at Calvary Chapel Worship Center for three years before moving to Dallas, Texas to continue my education at Dallas Theological Seminary. During my stay in Dallas, I started a Calvary Chapel and was honored to serve as the senior pastor for eight years. In 2005, I moved back to Hillsboro and once again served on staff at CCWC and then worked for an internet marketing firm for five years, eventually becoming the Vice President of Operations. In February of 2013, I was invited back on staff at CCWC as an associate pastor. I completed my Master’s Degree in the Spring of 2018 and have begun my doctoral studies at Southern Evangelical Seminary.

Over the years I have come to realize how messy life can be… how messy we can make our lives. But I have also learned that the Lord wants to get in the middle of our mess and make us whole. He makes all things new, turning our ashes into something beautiful and honoring to Him. Truly, His nearness is my good (Psalm 73:28).

The Lord has blessed me with a beautiful wife, Heidi, and together we enjoy raising our children and working together in ministry. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the Lord and His people here at Calvary Chapel.

I was raised in a Roman Catholic family and attended a private Catholic school, where I served as an altar boy. As a child, I had an appreciation and love for what I later understood to be the presence of God, even though it was before I confessed Jesus Christ as my Savior. It was not until my senior year of high school that I prayed with my older brother, Matthew, to receive Jesus Christ as my Savior and Lord. From that moment on, I knew my life would never be the same because of God’s grace.

During my college years at the University of Washington (U.W.) and Boise State University (B.S.U.), I was blessed with the opportunity to play college football as a Place Kicker. The transition from U.W. to B.S.U. is a story of the Father’s great love and faithfulness during an exceptionally difficult season of my life. But by God’s grace, I earned many All-American Awards while playing for B.S.U., including an NCAA Statistical Champion Award which is displayed in B.S.U.’s Hall of Fame. In the midst of these many transitions and faith-stretching opportunities, I was blessed with my amazing and beautiful wife, Jen. Over the years, we have witnessed God’s amazing grace and faithfulness.

Prior to serving on staff at a local church in Boise, I worked in the corporate sphere for companies such as Blue Cross of Idaho. At that time, our hearts were burdened to serve God’s people. In fact, Jen and I have served in local church ministry for most of our marriage. We have served in just about every area of ministry from children’s ministries, to youth directors, as a lay pastor, before I served ten years in full-time pastoral ministry.

We have seven incredible children, which includes a wonderful son-in-law and an amazing daughter-in-law. Our family has also been blessed with three beautiful grandchildren!

Jen and I are excited to be part of what the Lord is doing in the hearts of the high school youth and young adults at Calvary. It is a privilege to partner with the Holy Spirit and the families of C.C.W.C. to see both groups grow stronger in their faith in Jesus Christ.

Just a few short years ago, my husband and I were searching for a church we could call home. The Lord led us to CCWC and we have been coming here for over 10 years now. As a child I knew about God, but didn’t know about the personal relationship I could have with Him through Jesus. I was very lost when I was young, because of this. I came to faith in Jesus Christ after attending just a couple services here at CCWC. The Lord met me in the prayer room as I prayed and asked Him to be in my life. He healed all those years of hurt and I suddenly didn’t feel lost anymore; I felt accepted and loved. My heart is to share the gospel with children so that they know about the love Jesus has for them.

I was born in the city of Tijuana B.C. Mexico, but at a very young age, my family moved to Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. I am the sixth child in a family of eight children, perhaps blessed (many will say), because my family was Christian. My parents had known from an early age and served the Lord and the Gospel. So as a child the Gospel was well known to me, (my father and mother have been pastors for many years), God had already predestined my path for me, from the time that I was just a small boy.

God had already spoken to my parents about me before I was born, he had said “He will be an instrument in my hands,” and I was born with those words in my heart and the life of my parents. So as a child, my parents taught me the way of God and at the age of nine I accepted the Lord Jesus as my Savior and knew the love and power of God in my life.

At an early age, God ministered to my heart and confirmed He had a purpose for my life. At the age of 11, I was introduced to Bible studies and learned to preach in public. By the age of 14, I was preaching to big crowds and churches; no doubt that God had a plan in my life.

In 1994, we moved to Washington state to attend a Bible Institute. It was there that my life began to change, and God burdened my heart to minister in the Hispanic community. I enjoyed great encounters with God and it was an experience that I will never forget.

Leaving the Bible Institute in 1998, I moved to Portland. I met my beautiful wife, Veronica, and had three beautiful children (Matthew, Abigail, and Karen), who we serve God in the plan that He has for us. We are truly a family blessed by God.

God opened our hearts to serve in the Hispanic community in Portland. We had worked throughout the years as Pastors, Assistant Pastors, as well as in counseling and building Hispanic churches in the area. We have a great interest for our Hispanic people, for them to know Jesus Christ as their Savior and experience His love, grace, and forgiveness in their lives.

Today we work in Calvary Chapel Worship Center En Español, teaching the Scripture, book by book, chapter by chapter, and verse by verse, worshipping God together in this great community and guiding Hispanic people in God’s plan for their lives.

Though I grew up in a home with a church background, it wasn’t until college that the Gospel pieces I heard in my youth fit together clearly. After I asked Jesus to forgive my sins and be the Lord of my life, several Christian friends at school helped me get established in the faith. One very dear friend and violinist, Irene, prevailed on me to begin attending her church, and my spiritual growth accelerated at that point. By the time we were finishing college, Irene had become not just a dear friend but my fiancée, and in December of 1980 we were married. Our first church further grounded us in the faith; it showed us the value of having the Word taught chapter by chapter and verse by verse, and it stirred in us the desire to minister to others.

Irene and I changed churches in 1987 as our family grew, since we wanted to serve and needed to find a church closer to home. (We now have three adult children living in the metro area.) We became members of Faith Bible Church, where I served as an elder and as a member of the associated school board. When Faith Bible merged with Calvary Chapel in 1996, Pastor Rich invited me to join Calvary’s elder board. At Calvary, I oversee the prayer room team that intercedes for people after services, and I’ve also had many opportunities to lead small groups and teach classes. It has been a true privilege to serve alongside others on the board and church staff, and to see how amazingly God guides and builds up His church. Outside of Calvary, I also serve on the board of International Training and Equipping Ministries, a missions organization launched by Calvary Chapel and lead by former Faith Bible pastor and Calvary associate pastor Steve Van Horn.

If you hear violin and French horn playing together on a Sunday morning, that will be Irene and I. Come on up and say “Hi” after a service. It’s been a great blessing for us to serve on the worship team since joining Calvary, and we’d love to have an opportunity to meet you.

“Jordi Jones, married to Pastor Rich Jones since 1984, has five children: Nicole, Alex, Victoria, Chelsea, and Michael. She has served women in various roles over the years, primarily as Women’s Ministry Director and Counseling.

Short-term counseling is available through the church and is provided by Jordi, who has been counseling women since 1996. She is committed to a Bible-based approach and to building a spiritual foundation, from which all else is established. “But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you” (Matthew 6:33).”

I started my Christian service as an Elder of an evangelical church back in 1980. Later with my wife and assistant, Georgette, we started serving the Lord together in Southern California in 1985.

In 1987 our family moved to the Portland area and in 1990 on a Sunday morning we visited a small Calvary Chapel meeting in a junior high school in the Beaverton area, pastored by Rich Jones. Observing his teaching of God’s Word and his sound doctrine, we soon decided that Calvary Chapel would be our church.

In November of 1992 I was ordained as a Pastor and Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through Calvary Chapel and since then I have been serving Christ as an Associate Pastor and Elder in our church.

By God’s grace, may we continually love and serve our loving God and the people He loves, in and through Calvary Chapel Worship Center, for His glory which He deserves.

I was a born and raised on the south side of Detroit in Michigan. As a freshmen in high school, I felt God’s call on my life to become a youth pastor. My youth pastor was like a second father to me, and the church was a home away from home when I was a lost and troubled youth. God’s redemptive work in my early life led me to live out my calling in full-time youth ministry. My wife, Selena, and I met in high school as we both were volunteering together at in middle school youth ministry. After high school I went on to get a degree in Youth Ministry and Biblical Studies from Spring Arbor University. After college I served in full-time youth ministry and worship ministry until my wife and I felt God’s leading to move. God led us to CCWC and we were extremely excited to be able to work specifically with middle school students. We both love teenagers so much and have dedicated our entire lives to raising up a future generation of sold-out Jesus followers.

Selena and I have two boys named Elliot and Jude. Outside of playing and spending time with Elliot, I enjoy reading, playing music, playing kendama, being outdoors, and drinking coffee.

I accepted the Lord when I was eleven years old in a Southern Baptist Church. If I recall correctly it was during the 47th verse of “Just as I Am.” And it changed me. I started reading my Bible on the bus and talking to people about the Lord. Soon after I began feeling that I should become a pastor, but I dismissed it, thinking that surely everyone felt the same way. There were certainly many challenges growing up and I was far from perfect, but those were also days when I was growing in faith. During this time I played guitar and led worship in my small country church, and realized that this opportunity to lead and be useful to the Lord made a great impact on me.

After high school, I went to Oregon State University and majored in Business Management. After college I held various management positions in the restaurant business. I was single and living alone at the time and the Lord began to move in my life in a wonderful way. I started reading through my Bible like I had never done before, chapter by chapter, book by book. I also spent many hours worshiping alone on the piano. I began to have a sincere desire to be in ministry, first, by starting a Christian band and then feeling a strong call to become a pastor and to teach God’s Word.

I met my wife, Jordi, in the first Christian band I started and soon discovered that she felt called to ministry. We have now been married 32 years. We have three daughters born naturally and two sons adopted from Russia. We are blessed with three beautiful grandchildren. We recently adopted our granddaughter     after her mother was tragically killed in 2014.

I studied at Multnomah Bible College and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology in 1990. I also studied at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, and was youth leader for four years during the late 80’s.

In 1990 we began a Bible study in our home, which was the beginning of Calvary Chapel Worship Center. The church has been such an incredible blessing to our lives as the Lord has brought pastors, leaders, elders, and servant-leaders who have served in so many ministries. It has been such a joy to lead a church where there is unity in the Spirit, as well as a hunger and thirst for God’s Word.