Champ began serving as associate pastor at Ogletown in 2012.
Before coming to Delaware, Champ lived most of his life in the Carolinas. He finished seminary in 2000 and for a number of years pastored at Grace Bible Church near Spartanburg, South Carolina. In addition to pastoral ministry, Champ has also served as a curriculum author and as director of SOMA, a Gospel-centered ministry training school in Columbus, Ohio.
Reared in a Christian family, he came to know Christ as Savior while attending a retreat during high school. Champ and his wife, Robben, have been married since 1996 and have three energetic children.
Champ enjoys hanging out with his family, roasting coffee beans and drinking coffee, doing genealogical research, listening to music, and reading theology and biography. Some of his favorite authors include John Piper, D. A. Carson, Tim Keller, Jonathan Edwards, David McCullough, Alistair MacLean, and C. S. Lewis. He has also been known to cheer for the NY Yankees and Tennessee Volunteers.