Shortly after his conversion from agnosticism, Ross Burns was eagerly discipled in his local church with seeJesus materials. This discipleship radically changed who he was as a person and caused him to share the studies with his family, seeing tremendous growth in their lives.
Ross then pursued a MDiv at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, gained valuable evangelistic and preaching experience, and became a volunteer trainer with seeJesus before joining the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as a Religious Affairs Specialist.
In 2021, when Paul Miller asked Ross if he would consider pioneering an outreach and discipleship ministry to the military community, Ross understood how God had long been preparing him for the work he does as seeJesus’ Military Trainer today.
Currently, Ross lives with his wife Angela and their two young children, Geneva and Tyndale, outside of Philadelphia, PA. He is a member of Ridgeline Community Church in Telford, PA, where he preaches occasionally and teaches Sunday school.
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Glory for God has stirred Ross Burns’ heart. As a member of the Pennsylvania National Guard, Ross desires to bring Jesus’ hope into the military. “It’s a rough time in the military, for sure,” Ross shares. Marriages have a high divorce rate. Individuals battle addiction. Most sobering is the suicide rate among veterans – seventeen per day in 2019. The service men and women of the United States need the refuge of Jesus.