About Molly & Jeremy

Jeremy and Molly married in 2010 and have a fun loving family of four. In May 2022 Jeremy and Molly were working at a church together. Molly, the pastor of discipleship and missions, Jeremy the executive. After 10 months working there they went in behind closed doors to discuss issues with the culture of the church and the lack of leadership in their lead pastor. Within a month Molly and Jeremy were “fired together” without notice by a pastor and a board lacking true leadership and positive culture. Molly & Jeremy were told they were not a “good fit” and released from their calling within that church. Many more staff members would follow in the coming years. Molly and Jeremy moved their family back across the country, found new roles, redesigned what was important, and made observations that ultimately led to Fired Together.

Molly is an ordained pastor with a heart for others. She holds a Master of Divinity and worked decades in ministry leadership. She served as a youth pastor, missions pastor, and a discipleship pastor. She is a sought after church consultant and advisor, mentoring church boards and leaders in diversity and leadership. Her passion for families and bringing the gospel to life within them shows through all that meet her. Her background in business includes owning and running a small business in the services industry doing Business as Mission (BAM).

Jeremy is an Army Reserve Colonel with decades of leadership experience in both the Army and industry. He holds an MBA and a Masters in Strategy. He has led organizations from five to twelve hundred including start ups and within Fortune 500. A serial entrepreneur that has a passion for teaching, mentoring and strategizing solutions to the hardest of problems. He has a decade of teaching experience at the college level including ethics and business strategy. He also taught strategy for the Army’s Command and General Staff College.

Together they’ve been identified as a “power couple.”

Behold, I have refined you, but not as silver; I have tried you in the furnace of affliction. Isaiah 48:10