Mr. Lewis teaches second grade.
Outside of his passion to teach, he likes to complete shorter races with his wife Sherri & son Jude, go berry picking, and update the house. He enjoys spending time out in the yard. Together, we run, walk the parks, and enjoy having friends over.
A few of his hobbies are singing in his truck, running with the stroller, planting, and decorating his home. “Being home is relaxing, and this usually includes ice cream and a show,” says Mr. Lewis.
His family lives in eastern Washington and Georgia. “We recently moved out to Ferndale to be in a family-friendly neighborhood as we grow our family. Sherri and I appreciate the mountain views, sidewalks, and slower pace out in the county, but we also love the venues and parks in Bellingham too.”
2 Corinthians 4:7 is his favorite verse. “But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.”
“I went on a mission trip in college over my spring break, and my leader encouraged me to lead my own Bible study. I was reluctant, but this verse shares that there’s an ALL surpassing power that comes from God and not from us. This is so true, and I keep remembering where the power comes from when life brings trials my way.”
Mr. Lewis graduated from WWU in 2006 with an elementary education degree. He worked part-time positions for a year in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade as a long-term substitute before beginning his time at BCS in 2007. He loves challenging his 2nd graders to memorize long sections of Scripture to have God’s Word written on their hearts. He’s also known to be an “art teacher”, as he loves doing special projects with his kids weekly.