Ministry Staff

Barry Moore

Barry Moore is the Director of Grace Young Adults. He is originally from the San Bernardino, CA area. Barry has a B.A. in Biblical Languages from The Master’s University. He enjoys photography, a good home cooked meal and anything that gets him closer to the ocean. Barry has a deep desire to see men and women live lives that are radically transformed by the power of the gospel. Email:

Wagner Floriani

Wagner Floriani has been serving at Grace since 2013. He describes himself as a perpetual Brazilian sojourner (and yes, he is from Brazil!). Wagner is a lover of all things food… well, most all things. He likes to think he’s cultured, but he knows deep down that’s another word for nerdy. However, Wagner is a big fan of learning. He is currently surviving seminary at TMS. Give him coffee, a sweet guitar riff, and a great book, and he’ll be your best bud!

Dainel Sheaffer

Daniel grew up in a small town of Mount Airy, North Carolina. He came to The Master's University and played baseball there from 09-13, and earned his undergraduate degree in communication. After moving to Louisville, Kentucky for 3 years and completing a Master's of Divinity in Christian Ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, he came back to TMU as a Resident Director in 2016. Some of his favorite things include reading, playing music, spending time with family, and following the St. Louis Cardinals. 

Julianne Bell

Julianne Bell is a native of Southern California. She grew up in Valencia, CA and attended school here. She has a B.A. in Political Studies from The Master’s University. Currently, Julianne works at The Master’s University as the Senior Service Desk Analyst in the IT Department. She loves reading, specifically history and theology books, exploring L.A, and traveling. She has a great passion for people to grow in holiness and knowledge of God. Bringing the gospel to bear on every situation and understanding cultural and societal issues through the lens of Scripture is one of the most important things to her.

Stephanie Foglesong