My name is Andrew Langbehn, and I'm the pastor at Community Mennonite Fellowship. I was born and raised in Brookings, South Dakota where I graduated from South Dakota State University (Go Jackrabbits!) with a degree in Biology in 2006. I then moved to Minneapolis/St. Paul MN to attend Bethel Seminary where I graduated with a Masters of Divinity with a preaching and communication emphasis in 2010. After graduation, I ministered at Woodland Hills Church for four years in their pastoral care, communications, and discipleship areas.
In 2008, I met my soon to be wife, Kristen. She's a passionate, witty, beautiful, hard-working (much more so than me, and she'll be the first to affirm that), intelligent woman, and we met while we both worked at a local retail store. In 2010, we married, and in 2014, we were joined by our son, Noah. He's a stud. You'll like him.
I don't enjoy long walks on the beach (sand, heat, ugh). I love a good chat or a good book. Not one for small talk, but if you get me going on gaming or theology or fantasy football, I hope you brought a good chair/pillow/enough food for a week. Frisbee Golf, yes please. Regular golf, long as you're ok with me shooting a 12 every hole. I've been told I'm not your typical pastor, but I think God celebrates diversity. I believe being a pastor means guiding people into deeper relationship with Jesus. I hate the "describe yourself" section of anything (probably why I met my wife at work and not while dating online!).