The staff and leadership here at Imagine are comprised of men and women, love, care, and pray for our church family. If you have any questions feel free to email any of our staff members. Imagine has a leadership team that helps to oversee the church with Pastor Josh.
Pastor Josh Christenson serves as the Church Planter and Lead Pastor of Imagine Church. He has worked in full time ministry for nearly two decades and brings a dedicated, enthusiastic, and creative approach to ministry. He and his wife Daphne were married in 2005 and have 2 boys. Josh is a passionate speaker and communicator and has enjoyed speaking at conferences, camps, and retreats. He is a huge and dedicated sports fan. He can be heard loudly cheering for his beloved #GopherNation on weekends and will find any excuse to be on the golf course. Read More
Movie — Threat Level Midnight
Vacation Spot — San Diego to play golf in the winter
Season — Summer, "one of the best parts about living in this state"
Verse(s) — Romans 5: 3-5
Abby oversees the day to day operations of Imagine, Imagine Groups, and oversees Imagine Kids. Abby attended the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. Abby loves spending time with her husband Nate and their daughter - Ruthie. Abby was a student in the early years of the Senior High Ministry of Pastor Josh, and has served as a volunteer for him since 2011 before coming on staff at Imagine in 2018. instagram email
Movie — Instant Family
Vacation Spot — "Anywhere I can be on the beach"
Season — Summer
Verse(s) — John 16:33
John oversees all things digital for Imagine, leads our youth ministry, and helps to head up volunteering on Sunday mornings. John has lived in Minnesota his whole life and grew up in Champlin, and was a student of Pastor Josh's when he was a youth pastor. He is a graduate of the University of Northwestern St. Paul with a double major in Youth and Family Studies and Bible before coming on staff at Imagine in the end of 2019. facebook email
Movie — The Prestige
Vacation Spot — Florida
Season — Spring
Verse(s) — Romans 5:1-5