Matt Marshall – Director of Biblical Care
Matt is honored to walk alongside those who are suffering or struggling, and to equip others to do the same. This ministry begins at home with his wife, Sarah, and their three kids. Together they try to grow some of their own food, read good books, play board games, and keep learning new things.
Matt’s ministry experience includes serving as a youth minister, providing care to people with mental and physical disabilities, and counseling for six years at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF), where he also managed the intake department and served as the Interim Director of Counseling Ministries. Matt received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary.
One of Matt’s greatest joys is to see people draw closer to Jesus in the midst of some of the hardest seasons of their lives, and one of his greatest desires is to support local pastors and their congregations in learning how to care for one another well. At NCCF, he has the privilege of doing both.
Kate Clark – Director of Operations
In addition to her role with NCCF where she manages the office, appointments, finances, and all written communication, Kate is mom to four busy kids. She volunteers at their schools as she is able. She also helps run the women’s ministry in her church and leads a women’s small group.
Her passion is to see women come to grasp that they are seen and embraced by a loving Father, and that finding their identity in Him is crucial to the way that they live.
Kate’s previous experience includes mentoring women in ministry, volunteering at a pregnancy resource center, and teaching elementary school. Kate graduated from Gordon College with a Bachelor of Science in English Literature and Elementary Education.
Kate enjoys New Hampshire’s mountains in all seasons, skiing and hiking as often as she gets the chance. Sometimes she even lets the kids come along.