Andrew Boozer

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Written by King's Church

July 6, 2022

Andrew Boozer serves at King’s Church as an elder and occasionally preaches in the Sunday morning service.  He is a husband to his high-school sweetheart and they have two children.  Andrew has a passion for family worship, Biblical truth, preaching, serving the saints, and Reformed theology.  He desires to see sinners saved and saints living more faithfully unto King Jesus.  Andrew completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Grand Canyon University and is currently an operations director at a San Francisco startup.

Andrew was born and raised in sunny Phoenix, Arizona, and from an early age was taught socially progressive and Roman Catholic-Universalist ideas.  Although reared in theological error, he was privileged to attend a Reformed Presbyterian grade school and a Christian high school that taught Biblical truth.

Andrew was formerly a worship leader at a church associated with the New Apostolic Reformation.  His ambition was to become one of the worship leaders at Bethel Church in Redding, CA.  By God’s gracious will and providence, Andrew eventually left the movement and began serving at a church connected with Calvary Chapel.  While at this church, God gave Andrew a new nature, and he was eventually placed under consideration to become the next Youth Pastor.  Around this time he was introduced to a book by C.H. Spurgeon and the preaching and teaching of Mr. Paul Washer and Dr. Steven Lawson.  By the lovingkindness of God, Andrew has been growing in sovereign grace and knowledge ever since!

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