Aaron Peck

Aaron grew up in nearby Roanoke, Virginia. He went to Bluefield College where he studied Behavioral Science and Christian Studies. Aaron has been a member of Northstar since 2013 and has been actively involved in children's ministry for nearly as long. In 2014, he became the Children's Ministry Assistant. Currently, he also works as our Creative Content Director and Stephen Ministry Supervisor. He is excited to have this opportunity to serve God with an amazing church family and staff.

In his spare time, Aaron enjoys watching movies, reading, and spending time with friends. His favorite movie is Back to the Future and he probably owns one too many Superman t-shirts. He also loves to write and blogs regularly at The Confusing Middle.

Aaron is the Creative Content Director on the staff at Northstar. Visit our leadership page to get to know the rest of the team.

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Posts by Aaron Peck

See the Sign! Send a Selfie!

Be The Church, Blog

Have you driven by Northstar’s property recently? If you haven’t, drop everything you’re doing right now and take a drive down Prices Fork Road! Okay, don’t really do that. Whatever you’re doing at the moment is probably really important. Unless you’ve already dropped everything you’re doing to read this blog post. In which case, as soon as you finish reading …

Kids Camp 2016 – Days 2 and 3

Blog, Children's Ministry

Guys! Do you realize that we got to have camp outside for nights 2 and 3 of Walk This Way Summer Kids’ Camp? Well, we did. And it was AMAZING! Rain may have caused us to move indoors on Monday, but the weather has been dry and beautiful for the rest of our week at camp. Nellie’s Cave Park has …

The Kids Side of #BIGsmallGroup

Blog, Children's Ministry

Did you know that the grown-ups are not the only ones who got to enjoy an evening of food, fellowship, and biblical discussion each Wednesday night during our summer? That’s right. Each week while the adults were gathering together and splitting off into table groups, the Northstar Kids listened to stories about Jesus and participated in activities that helped them …

The Importance of the Small Group


I have a tendency to watch people. In fact, observing is a part of my job description as a school counselor. I spend the majority of my time in classrooms keeping track of certain kids’ behavior. This works out well because, for as far back as I can recall, I’ve been a people watcher. During college, half the fun of …

Orange Conference 2016: A First-Timer’s Perspective

Blog, Children's Ministry

I’ve been hearing great things about the Orange Conference for years. Even before I became involved with Northstar’s children’s ministry, a friend encouraged me to attend the annual conference. He told me it would change my life. Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to join our kids’ ministry staff for three days in Atlanta for this year’s conference. To …

Jumpstart Gives Back

Be The Church, Blog, Children's Ministry

Last semester, Northstar Church walked through the introduction to our Immeasurably More campaign. Through this, we have been challenged to give generously and sacrificially as we move forward in the building process. Coming out of this campaign, our leaders in Jumpstart began discussing ways in which we could encourage our kids to give, as well. Initially, the thought was that …

Finding faith in horsemanship

Be The Church, Blog

Finding illustrations of God’s love in the world around us is a precious gift. Recently, our own Lori Miller was able to share the gospel with people through a program called Finding Faith in Horsemanship. She, along with fellow horse trainer Shelby Rader, led a demonstration for 25 attenders from all walks of life. They ranged in age from 8 …

Special Guests on Palm Sunday

Be The Church, Blog, Children's Ministry

Each year as we approach Easter, our kids take the time to remember the story of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. For the kids, a key moment in the story comes as Jesus rides through the crowd on a donkey as they wave palm branches and sing praises. For the third consecutive year, Northstar Kids was able …

Praying the A-List Prayers

Blog, Children's Ministry

As parents, how would you describe your average prayers for your children? Safety and security? Health and well-being? When I was growing up, I remember hearing my own mother praying for these things for myself and my sister. But what about passion? What about purpose? When you lift up your kids in prayer, are you doing so with the hopes …