M3 Ministry means Making Mountains Move.  Referring to Matthew 17:20, M3 focuses on speaking to those who struggle with their faith and only have a little to give, specifically when going through depression.  Those who go through depression deal with a loss of hope and purpose.  These individuals search for a way out of the feeling, but at times can never be found without drastic measures. 




M3 doesn’t focus on trying to bring people out of depression but rather showing them a purpose and hope while walking through depression.  Being able to use their past and present to impact their future and possibly others.  Rather speaking about needing more faith, M3 focuses on strengthening faith.  When there is a faith small as a mustard seed, our mountains may seem overpowering.  but when that faith is given purpose and hope, we become the one in command rather then the mountain commanding us.  We are Making Mountains Move.

"He said to them, "Because of your little faith.  For truly, I say to you, if you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move, and nothing will be impossible for you."
Matthew 17:20

Aaron Bowman


After earning an undergraduate degree in Biblical Studies from USF, Aaron entered seminary and completed the Masters of Divinity program in 2018.  With a pastor's heart and a calling from God Aaron strives to help people as they walk through everyday life.  He has a gift for dad jokes, storytelling, and sarcasm.  He offers a unique and entertaining way of describing challenging life events and then teaches through those events for effective application by applying empathy, compassion, and humor.  With this blending, Aaron pierces the hearts of others as they grapple with doubt, faithlessness, and depression.  Not only does he teach through these cultural relevancies in a post-Christian, post-modern world he expounds on God's purpose through it all.  His passion is centered on building faith for spiritual endurance and what it means to live out a joy filled life.


“When we give God faith, He will give us Joy.”     


-Aaron Bowman