Randall Stapleton was born in Port Huron, MI. He professed his faith in Jesus and was baptized in his early thirties. Over the years he had many experiences that challenged and strengthened his faith. After high school, he worked full-time in the Paper Industry, raised a family, and attended Saint Clair County Community College in Port Huron, MI, where he realized his calling into youth ministry. He continued his Theology studies at Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA., and Christian World College of Theology in Salisbury, MD.
Randall gained most of his hands-on ministry experience as a volunteer with the Port Huron Minor Hockey Association in Port Huron, MI., Baton Rouge Youth Hockey Association in Baton Rouge, LA., and First Baptist Church in Zachary, LA. Randall is extremely high energy and is passionate about reaching the Youth on the Eastern Shore for Christ. Randall’s goal is to bring students closer to Jesus through relationship-building and Bible teaching.
Randall enjoys outdoor activities and is thankful that God moved him to the Eastern Shore. He is also a sports fan who grew up cheering for all the Michigan area teams – his favorite the Detroit Red Wings.
God has blessed Randall with a wonderful wife (Brenda) of forty years. God has blessed them with a full quiver as well. They have three grown kids: Randy his wife Allison, Ian his wife Maddison, and Kalea her husband Tristen. They have six wonderful Grandchildren.