We exist to see God changing lives through the freeing and inexhaustible power of the Gospel.
My name is Matthew Reichenberger (21) and I live in Florida. I currently attend as a Founders Scholar at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music as a senior. Besides doing school work, God has blessed me with a wonderful talent in music. Therefore, He has given me the ability to perform, compete, and compose at a high level. I have performed and competed all around the country. I enjoy playing classical solos, concertos, and duet repertoires. One of my most exciting times in my life is when I advanced to the national finals of the MTNA and placed first in piano composition (three times national winner) and top 7 in piano solo! In July 28, 2012, God gave me the idea of founding a ministry run by kids for His glory. With lots of help from my brother, Jonathan and many CLM staff, we have managed to grow CLM on a consistent basis. I am also thankful to Mr. Gilbert and The Potter's School for joining CLM and creating TPS Chapel I served as a pianist for the worship team of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale and Hope Presbyterian Church in Bloomington, IN, since September of 2014. I also on student leadership at Reformed University Fellowship (PCA) at Indiana University.
My name is Jonathan Reichenberger (18) and I live in south Florida. I currently attend the University of Miami as a freshman. Being a co-founder of Changing Lives Ministry, my passion is to encourage as many young people as possible. God has been so gracious about opening doors for us in expanding the ministry, so I'm excited about what He will do in the years to come. On a different note, I have been a pianist for over 14 years. I have had the privilege of being able to travel all over the country, performing and competing in various different halls, including Carnegie Hall. This past year I was ranked as one of the top 7 pianists in the nation! I served as the pianist for Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, FL since July of 2016, and have been recently involved with Granada Presbyterian Church in Coral Gables, FL.
Dr. John Juneman
My name is Dr. John Juneman and I received the Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theology Seminary in 2004. As an ordained minister, I travel to groups and churches of various denominations throughout North America to share Jesus through the Word, facilitate discipleship, and nurture ongoing relationships. My theme for life is that Christianity is not a solo race, but is about “running together” in Christ. As a part of this "running together," I teach courses that not only offer solid Bible content, but also teach students how to study the Bible academically and devotionally. I also teach Bible courses at The Potter's School (TPS). I cherish students and people of various ages in multiple settings and levels of education. My wife and I began homeschooling our two children in 2000, and view the family as the first and highest calling in discipleship. I am excited to help CLM by providing guidance and teaching in their weekend events. Lastly, I am delighted to be a part of the TPS partnership with CLM. My prayer is that TPS Chapel and CLM would join together and seek Jesus in everything they do.