701-444-2355
304 2nd Ave NE
Watford City, ND 58854

Pastoral Candidate

Rev. Shaun C. Breiland

CrossPoint Church Lead Pastor Candidate 

 

Shaun Breiland has been in full time pastoral ministry for 10 years, and has been most recently serving as an Outreach Pastor in Spearfish, SD. Prior to that, he served on the pastoral staff at New Hope Church in Williston, ND for six years, filling multiple roles along the way from youth ministry to worship leading. Williston is where Shaun spent most of his life, and felt called to pastoral ministry while attending youth group at the age of 17. 

 

After that experience, Shaun’s road led him to Bemidji, MN, where he attended Oak Hills Christian College to get two bachelor’s degrees: one in Biblical Studies, and another in Youth Ministries. It was also there where he met the love of his life, Marta. They were married in 2006, and now have two fun and energetic sons: Hudson (11), and Jaxon (4). As a family, the Breilands love to be outside, hiking, riding bikes, traveling, and meeting new people. 

 

Shaun has a real heart for the mission God has given him: to help people experience life to its fullest in Jesus Christ, connect with people in real relationships, and preach the Word like his life depends on it! 

 

The Breilands are excited about what God is doing in the Watford City area! They love how real and authentic people are in Western North Dakota, and can’t wait to meet everyone!

 

To view complete sermons preached by Pastor Shaun, go to media.teamcountryside.com/messages and search for the following:

Series: Follow Message:  What I Want to Want

Series: This is Living Message:  Rejoice Always

Series: This is Living Message:  Confident Hope

Series:  Gear Up Message:  Encouragement  (Found in Series Archive)

Lead Pastor Candidating Schedule:

  • February 24 — Pastor Shaun Breiland on site; preach and meet & greet
  • March 3 — Congregational meeting to vote on Pastor Shaun Breiland. 

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