Jeramy attended Nash Community College and has been working in the financial services industry for the last 15 years, winning various awards and titles along the way. None of these achievements, however, match the gratification he feels when working for God to point the lost to Jesus Christ. Some of his earliest memories are singing and playing in church and reciting whole chapters from the Bible. “I am blessed to have had Godly parents and grandparents to show me the way,” he notes. “We need more parents raising their children in the fear and admonition of the Lord.”Jeramy has worn many hats in the church, working in puppet ministry, teaching Sunday School, and serving as Minister of Music. His niche, no doubt, is music—playing the keyboard, trumpet, acoustic guitar, and electric bass guitar—and his mixture of traditional hymns and contemporary worship reaches a broad audience. He is a charter member of the Creation Museum near Petersburg, KY and enjoys studying apologetics in order to defend the faith. He met his wife, Chris, while filling in for a Music Minister during a local revival many years ago, and the rest is history. They now have two sons, Keaton and Caleb, who are also active in the ministry, along with Boy #3 on the way in 2016!
Chris has a degree in Interpreting Education for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. She has a full interpreting license from the state of North Carolina and is a certified member of RID. She has worked in the public school system, private freelance work, and as a video relay interpreter. Her early foray into acting included a brief stint at the Raleigh Little Theatre where she learned dramatic techniques that she now incorporates into her roles with Tell It Again. She has competed in several area pageants, taking home a number of awards and titles, including 1999 Miss Johnston Community College.
Chris was adopted as a 7yr old little girl, and she knows firsthand how God can take a life of hurt and confusion and make something beautiful out of it. Chris now has a beautiful Christian family of her own. She, husband Jeramy, and sons Keaton and Caleb, call eastern NC home and enjoy traveling and sharing the Gospel. Chris enjoys the presence of God and desires to see others find a place of love and healing in the presence of a Heavenly Father.
Stan is a 20 year veteran of the United States Air Force. He worked as an Armament System Specialist in both nuclear and conventional weapons systems on the B-52, F-4, F-16, and the F-15E model aircraft. He served as a weapons load crew chief and supervised numerous personnel. Upon returning from Operation Desert Storm, where he supervised End of Runway task, he was assigned as a Professional Military Education instructor where he taught leadership management courses and communicative skills. During this assignment he received a degree in Instructional Systems Technology. He also attended Academic Instructional School at Maxwell AFB, Alabama and became one of the lead instructors in the Air Combat Command. As a student of the NCO Leadership School at Moody AFB, Georgia, he received the Communicative Skills Award. Later as a student of the NCO Academy at McGhee Tyson AB, Tennessee, Stan competed against 200 fellow students to again receive the Communicative Skills Award. Upon departure from military service, he began a private business in home construction and repair that remains current today.
Allison is a very special young lady, daughter of Lindsay Jones and the late Jonathan Jones. She has a set of pipes on her and there’s no mistaking when Alli is in the room! She loves horseback riding, playing ball, and hanging out with her cousins, Keaton and Caleb.
Acting, Vocals, Altar Worker
Caleb has a heart for ministry. He can quote the Scriptures and he has led classmates to Christ at a very early age. When he’s not reading the Word or pumping the Book of Revelation through his iPod, you’ll probably find him watching the Carolina Panthers, playing video games, or dancing and making everyone laugh (don’t let the quiet first impressions fool you).
Acting, Vocals, Set Design, Office Manager
Debbie has served as a professional church secretary for 24 years, 15 of which include bookkeeping. She began with an Associate Degree in Administrative Office Technology; however, newer challenges led her to pursue and acquire a Bachelor Degree in Biblical Studies with a major in Christian Counseling and a minor in Church Leadership. Offering Biblical guidance, with an attentive ear, she has been used by God to help repair failing marriages and broken lives. She has served as Children’s Church Director and Women’s Ministries Associate Director. Throughout her life she has taught Sunday School for small children, teen classes, and adults. Her reconstructive approach to teaching, by creating an informal living room style atmosphere, makes her classes a joy to attend. Debbie married her childhood sweetheart, Stan Jones of Kenly, NC, who once threw walnuts and dirt clogs at her at ten years of age. They’ve been married since 1977 and had two children, Jeramy and Jonathan. She enjoys outdoor adventures including fishing, camping, and picking up seashells. She also loves reading dozens of books each year beginning daily at 4 am. She has taken extensive notes on every chapter of the Bible and is a great Christian role model for her two grandsons, Keaton and Caleb, and granddaughter, Allison.
Along with his military service, Stan has led three church choirs, taught numerous Sunday School classes and courses, and served as Rock Ridge Elementary School PTO president. He currently does public speaking engagements across denominational lines and is heavily involved in the development of Tell It Again Ministries. The son of a Pentecostal Holiness minister, Stan grew up in the church and has a hunger to work for God and win the lost to Christ. He married his childhood sweetheart, Debbie Gardner, of Lucama and they had two children, Jeramy and Jonathan. He enjoys salt water fishing and boating, an occasional round of golf, woodworking, and playing music with his son. Today with two grandsons and a granddaughter, life is far from boring.
Presenting the Gospel through drama, music, teaching, and more...
Charles Lamm is the Energy Management Coordinator for the Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools and has over 40 years in the energy, DDC controls, and maintenance fields. He is responsible for developing the energy program in saving cost, reducing energy, implementing new programs, scheduling the DDC, plus verifying and correcting operation of HVAC and DDC systems. Mr. Lamm has successfully completed the Energy Management diploma course with N.C. State.
Prior to his position at NRMPS, Mr. Lamm; was a Maintenance Director of a public school system, serviced and installed HVAC or electrical systems, is state licensed in the HVAC and electrical areas, installed or programmed DDC systems, served in the US Navy.
Charles’ hobbies include building model US Navy warships, photography, and coaching youth soccer.
Keyboard, Trumpet, Vocals, Web and Multimedia
Multimedia / Special Effects Director, Bookkeeper
Effects Lighting, Sound Engineer, Stagehand
Keaton loves working for the Lord and he loves the Bible! He is very knowledgeable of the Scriptures, and likes to play basketball and football. He has also recently begun playing the drums. Asked about his favorite part of a Tell It Again drama, Keaton says, “I think it’s cool when people come down to the altar to get saved!”