The president's office is responsible to provide leadership for the collective ministry and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist church in the Potomac Conference. Membership growth, evangelism, church planting, tithe and funding the mission, Board of Adventist Education, Youth ministry, Trusts; all these and more are supported and reported to the constituency by the president at Town Hall Meetings, mid-term reports, and the Constituency Session which meets once every five years.
The president chairs several committees in order to see the continued growth of the Seventh-day Adventist mission in the Potomac Conference they are: Potomac Conference Executive Committee, Board of Education, ADCOM, Shenandoah Valley Academy, and Takoma Academy. He serves on other committees that keep the Potomac Conference connected to other church entities and the world church they are: Columbia Union Executive Committee, Board of Education, President's Council, Washington Adventist University, North American Division Year End Committee, and Adventist Health Care Atlantic Region Board.
The president's office is also responsible for setting the pace for the vision, mission, and the values of the Potomac Conference through professional development plans with pastors and teachers. It is our privilege with God's leadership, to work, by faith, to complete what He has asked us to do.