Mitch is a 2012 graduate of Eastern University with a degree in Youth Ministry and Biblical Studies. He started working with Push The Rock as an intern during the summer of his sophomore year in 2010. Following the passion that God laid on his heart, Mitch began to pursue full-time ministry with Push The Rock upon his graduation from Eastern in 2012. During that time he was a part-time employee in the BuxMont District of Push The Rock. In May of 2014, Mitch stepped into a full-time role with Push The Rock and currently is the District Manager of, both, the BuxMont and Delco Districts and oversees all programming, events and outreach that takes place year-round.
Mitch is married to Leslie Thomas who has served in full-time youth ministry for 6 years since graduating who was also a Youth Ministry Major at Eastern University. Mitch started playing soccer at the age of 4 and continued to play all the way through his time at Eastern. During Leslie’s time in high school at Downingtown West, she played soccer, field hockey and lacrosse. Both Mitch and Leslie have a passion for music and worship ministry and love taking adventures and have a son named Holden and a daughter named Kamri.
Mitch has a heart for ministering to youth through the platform of athletics and is very excited to impact the world for Jesus Christ…one life at a time and to be a part of what God is doing in Push The Rock.
Youth Ministry and a Minor in Biblical Studies
God is teaching me about…
Trusting in His Word and that He is who He says He is
Most valuable autograph:
I have a t-shirt signed by the band, Sanctus Real, that I got from my first concert ever!
Favorite post-workout recovery food or drink is
Chocolate Milk…no question.
The professional athlete I most want to compete against is
Play soccer with Pele!
The best lesson I learned about sportsmanship was…
I was the captain of my high school soccer team my senior year. We were losing to a team that we definitely should not have been losing to and I let my temper get the best of me and started arguing with the ref and my own teammates. I learned very quickly after the game that I was not acting as a captain should and felt worse about how I acted and my lack of class and sportsmanship than the loss itself.
Contact: (302) 530-5567
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