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Nicholas Love 

For Hawaii

Cheers! Change is coming


Nicholas Love grew up in a small farming town in southern Michigan.  He attended Michigan State University (MSU) where he earned a bachelor of science degree in Human Biology.  While at MSU, Nick became a Christian and made the decision to attend Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary where he earned a Master’s in Divinity with the intention of becoming a pastor.  He then accepted a position as a youth pastor working for a church in Kaneohe, Oahu.  During this time, he invested in the youth of Hawaii through his local church, with After School All-Stars, and as a volunteer at the Boys and Girls Club.  In addition, Nick coached basketball for Kailua Intermediate School, and football for Castle High School.  Nick currently lives in Wailuku, Maui where he serves in the Air National Guard as a Chaplain, works with a local nonprofit with the purpose of fighting human trafficking, and is an associate pastor at a church.  Nick's wife Alexandra is Hawaii-born-and-raised and serves actively in the community.  Together, they have three wonderful children. 


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