Rev. Andy Shanholtz
Rev Andy Shanholtz, originally from High View, West Virginia moved to Sheboygan, WI in 1980 after attending UW-Oshkosh. He married the former Jean Oskey in July, 1981 and has a daughter Courtney who graduated from Lutheran High School and attended UW-Sheboygan and Lakeland College graduating with a Business Management Degree. Courtney is married to Nick Kartes and they have 3 daughters and 1 son.
Andy was called into the ministry in 1976, after graduating from Hampshire High School, Romney, WV; but was not released by God to function in the Office of Pastor-Teacher full time until April 2003. While preparing for ministry he worked full time in Sales and Project Management. He served on staff at Word of Grace Community Church for seven years as Director of Discipleship Training in which he authored most of the curriculum and Praise Fellowship Church for eight years as Pastor of Church Growth.He also serves on the Board of Directors for Eagles Nest Church in Menomonee Falls, WI and ACT XII Counseling Ministries, Sheboygan, WI; to provide Biblical Counseling and Life Changing seminars to the Body of Christ. Andy earned his Bachelor of Theology Degree from Christian Life School of Theology in Columbus, GA; his Masters of Theology and recently earned his Doctorate of Theology from Grace Christian College and Theological Seminary.
Andy is ordained with Grace International and currently serves as CEO, Pastor to Pastor, Inc; a Peer Advisory Mentoring and Consulting Ministry to assist ministry leaders to reach their goals by investing in Emotional health. Andy has authored Eleven study manuals used to conduct teaching seminars on Life Management, Faith for Living, Relationship building from the Song of Solomon, Biblical Foundations for Growth, currently being used by other churches as a tool for discipleship, and his most recent manual called, Answering Life’s Toughest Questions, a study from Ecclesiastes.
His Life mission statement is: “To motivate and educate believers in maximizing their full potential and gifting in Christ; in order to be effective in their ministry.”