Elders

Our elders provide big-picture direction and congregational care, are nominated and confirmed by the members of the church, and are held to the qualifications found in 1 Timothy 3:1-13 and Titus 1:5-9. To learn more about our elder selection process, contact our current elder chair. To nominate an elder candidate, click here. To email an elder, click their picture below.

  • John Dragstrem:

    Chair

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  • Marc Johnson

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  • Brian From

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  • Scott Murray

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  • Scott Fogle

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Staff

  • Brian From

    Lead Pastor

    Brian grew up in New Jersey before coming to Illinois to go to Wheaton College. He graduated from Wheaton in 1999 with a degree in Communications and Bible/Theology, and later got a Masters at Wheaton in Biblical Studies. But the most important thing that he found at Wheaton was his wife Carrie, and they were married in January 2000. Brian and Carrie have three children - Madeline, Jackson, and Emily, and two dogs named Pippa and Jersey.  


    Before starting Four Corners, Brian worked at Glen Ellyn Bible Church as the Youth Pastor for 5 years and as the Adult Ministries Pastor for another 5 years. In February 2010, Brian and his family left Glen Ellyn Bible Church, moved to Downers Grove, and started Four Corners.  Brian is also one of the hosts of a daily radio show called "The Common Good" that airs each weekday from 4:00 - 6:00 PM on AM1160.  


    In his free time, Brian loves to play golf, watch sports, and most of all, hang out with his family. He looks forward to getting to know you; send him an e-mail to set up a time to grab coffee and talk about life.


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  • Scott Murray

    Associate Pastor

    Scott joined Four Corners Community Church as our Associate Pastor in 2019, bringing twenty years of church ministry experience, including roles as student pastor, young adult pastor, and as pastor of small groups. Scott has served with churches in his home state of Arizona, and since 2008, in the great Midwest!


    At Four Corners, Scott’s primary role is to oversee the Sunday morning worship experience, building worship teams and leading us in worship. He also enjoys teaching the congregation when the opportunity arises. In addition, Scott works with other staff members to ensure a strong team approach to ministry.


    Scott and his wife, Katie, have four children (Amelia, Scotty, Mac, and Sam). A graduate of Arizona Christian University and Phoenix Seminary, Scott has a BA in Christian Ministries, and an MA in Biblical Leadership.


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  • Caleb Driggers

    Student Ministry Director

    Caleb joined Four Corners in the Spring of 2019. He is currently attending Trinity Christian College studying for his Masters of Divinity. Caleb grew up going to youth group and had different leadership roles and internships throughout that time. Caleb has a big heart for the youth of today and is looking forward to helping them in their walk with Christ. Caleb is at his best when he is doing what he has been called to do…loving students for Jesus Christ!


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  • Andie Embree

    Children's Ministry Director

    Andie joined our staff as the Children’s Ministry Director in September of 2021. However, she is no stranger to the community of Four Corners. She and her husband, Jeremy, have been attending Four Corners for the past seven years and she has been heavily involved in both the Student Ministry and the Worship Ministry. She earned her BA at the Moody Bible Institute in 2015 and has always been involved in ministry in some capacity. 


    Andie and Jeremy welcomed their first son, Shawn, in June of 2020 and look forward to raising him in the community of Four Corners. 


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  • Leah Jensen

    Administrative Assistant

    Leah joined our staff in summer 2021, but has been calling Four Corners home since 2015. She grew up in Glen Ellyn and after graduating from the University of Iowa, she taught 3rd and 5th grade in Lombard for six years. Leah is passionate about organization, collaborating with others, and problem solving -- all skills she brings to her role as administrative assistant. 


    Leah and her husband, Carl, have one daughter named Sadie and an energetic rescue pup named Buehrle. They enjoy camping, playing outside, and doing woodworking projects for their home together. Leah also loves to read, listen to worship music or a thought-provoking podcast, and cheer on the White Sox!