Born into ministry-minded families, Chris and Tiffany Nesbitt married in 1989 and began a lifelong commitment to servant leadership.
Chris has drawn upon decades of worship leading experience to bring training and mentoring to worship leaders around the world, ministering and teaching in South Africa, Uganda, Mexico, Costa Rica, and the US. As a psalmist, his worship albums have been highly acclaimed in Worship Leader Magazine, CMCentral.com (CCM Magazine), and other international publications. With a background in marketing and sales, Chris established and managed an insurance business from 1997 until 2016, leaving it behind to launch CRSSM, as his true passion lies in discipling a new generation of worshippers.
Tiffany’s emerging call as a writer and speaker can be traced, in part, to her 19 years as a home educator. She is a student of the Word and gifted teacher who is continually drawn upon to mentor and disciple the next generation.
With the exception of a few years spent in Franklin, Tennessee, Chris and Tiffany have made their home in San Clemente, California since 1991, where they have raised four children and served at Heritage Christian Fellowship for nearly 25 years. They’ve spent the last few years co-laboring to establish CRSSM, a ministry training center in Southern Costa Rica, where they frequently minister.
Jarren has recently relocated from Washington to Arizona to complete his commercial pilot licensing. He enjoys sailing and motorcycling and occasionally writes about his journeys at his blog, The Minimal Life. Jarren is a graduate of Rivendell Sanctuary College in Minnesota.
Kylene is a recent third-year graduate of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, CA and has just returned to SoCal to serve in ministry leadership. A gifted worship leader and pianist, she began serving on worship teams at the age of 12. With an eye for photography, Kylene’s pictures are often published on Tiffany’s blog.
Alyssa is enjoying her freshman year at Westmont College in Santa Barbara after having served with her family in Costa Rica for a season. She is a worshiper, a deep thinker and a has a heart to serve the poor and destitute.
Landon is in his junior year of high school at Capistrano Valley Christian School. A budding illustrator and writer, he is working on his first novel, an allegory of the Christian life set in a fantasy genre. Landon plays soccer for CVCS and loves to surf and snowboard.