I serve as a Teaching Pastor and give oversight to the Fellowship staff team. I grew up in Little Rock and played football at the University of Arkansas on two championship teams and earned All Conference honors. After college, I served a few years in student ministry and later attended Trinity Evangelical Divinity School where I received a Master of Divinity. Before coming to Fellowship, I served as Lead Pastor of North Metro Church in Marietta, Georgia for nine years. I married my high school sweetheart, Jenny, and we have four children: Hunter, Hayden, Hudson, and Hope.
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Having grown up and lived in Arkansas for most of my life, it is a real privilege to be living here in Little Rock (and surrounded by Razorback fans!). I currently serve as a Teaching Pastor at Fellowship. Through the years God has been faithful and has allowed me to experience many unique ministry opportunities both here in the States and overseas. I hold a B.A in History/Biblical Studies from Ouachita Baptist University and a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. I am married to the love of my life, Julie and we have four wonderful children: Caleb, Karis, Emily, and Brooke.
I serve as a Teaching Pastor here at Fellowship. My wife, Aimee, and I grew up in Little Rock and I even served here at Fellowship as a Student Ministries Pastor shortly after I graduated from Baylor University with a B. A. in Psychology. From there God led us to Dallas Theological Seminary where I received a Master of Theology, helping prepare our family to plant a multi-cultural church in Memphis, Tennessee in 2003. I also served there at Fellowship Memphis as one of three teaching pastors for 9 years before being called back home to be a part of what God is doing here at Fellowship Bible Church. Aimee and I have been blessed with three unique daughters: Abigail, Anna, and Allie, who keep us encouraged, inspired, humbled, and laughing!
I serve as the Executive Pastor of Fellowship’s adult discipleship ministries. I have attended Fellowship since 2001. I grew up in North Little Rock, Arkansas and received a bachelors degree from Hendrix College, a juris doctor from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law, and a Masters of Ministry from John Brown University. Prior to joining Fellowship’s staff in 2007, I was general counsel for a technology company headquartered in Little Rock. I am married to Leigh, who is a Christian counselor at Napa Valley Counseling.
I grew up in Romance, Arkansas. When college came around, I landed at Ouachita Baptist University where I received a Double BA in Speech Communications and Biblical Studies Languages and a minor in Greek. I am currently pursuing my Masters of Arts in Theology at Covenant Theological in St. Louis as well. God has graciously allowed me to travel a great deal as a teacher/communicator of the gospel for venues ranging from youth group weekends to week long, church wide gatherings. Though proclaiming the excellencies of Christ as a teacher warms my heart to a great degree, it is seeing Christ formed in men and women through Biblical, Christ-Saturated, grace-driven discipleship that sets it ablaze. I am deeply humbled, incredibly excited, and overwhelmingly nervous about joining the staff of Fellowship in the capacity of Associate Pastor of Adult Discipleship.
I am the Young Married's Pastor. I received my Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Arizona State University. My wife, Victoria, and I were on the staff of FamilyLife for 12 years and both hold Master Degrees in Biblical Counseling. We have two daughters, Tori (married to Kurtis) and Paisley. I serve as a Elder and have been a Pastor with Fellowship for over 15 years.
I have been on staff here at Fellowship Bible Church as a pastor for over 13 years. I have served in roles of Common Causes that reach out to community, Marriage and Family, Community Groups and as the Central and North Region Pastor. I currently serve as the Connect Pastor for D-Groups. I grew up in Houston, Texas, and went to school at Texas State University where I graduated with degrees in Communication and Guidance Studies. I then joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ where I had the privilege of winning, building and sending people for Christ all over the world. I was able to work in a degree in Biblical Studies in 1987 from the International School of Theology in San Bernardino, California. I am married to the love of my life, Denise, and we have three children - Kelsey, Kaleb, and Karson.
I grew up in Tennessee, but spent many years in Texas prior to coming to Fellowship. I met and married Mandy while in Texas, and we now have three children. I graduated college from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, and earned a Masters in Religion from Redeemer Seminary in Dallas. I have been in full time ministry since 2004 serving in a variety of roles including students, college/young adults, missions, small groups, preaching and teaching.
I am a pastor in the SageWorks Congregation. My wife, Ann, and I were part of the group that founded Fellowship Bible Church and I have served the church since 1977. I served on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ and received my Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. I am energized by discipling and mentoring young men at FBC. Ann and I have 4 children and 7 grandchildren.
501 Young Adult Pastor
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I serve as the 501 Pastor. From Indiana originally, I think I have been firmly transplanted in Arkansas having married the lovely Shannon (a Little Rocker and Parkview graduate), purchased a pickup, acquired a shotgun, and used the word “we” when discussing the state of Razorback football. Ruthie, our first, became ours in October 2012, and we're looking forward to our second child arriving sometime in April 2013. I arrived in Arkansas via a youth ministry in Conway where I worked for 5 years. When I moved to Little Rock I worked in sales for a while, but now I am incredibly blessed to be able to serve in ministry overtly as my vocation. I love Little Rock and the people that call this place home. I anticipate every day seeing God’s people come together and His Kingdom expand by their doing so here in Central Arkansas.
I grew up in Austin, TX but spent eight years in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. My wife Lindsey and I met in Denton, TX while she was attending the University of North Texas. We have been married for four years and just had our first child, Owen. I graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Bachelors degree in business (and baseball) and Redeemer Seminary with a Master of Art in Religion. I have been a part of two churches over the last several years and God has granted me experience in every facet of church ministry from leading home groups to church connections, greeting and communion to church planting, missions and youth ministry to our leadership team. I am moving from a season of employment out of the local church where I wore many hats at Hyde Park Schools in Austin, Texas. There I was a Bible Teacher, the Middle School Counselor, and coached several different sports/activities.
I serve as the Care Group Pastor and give leadership to our “Care D-Groups & Ministries.” I grew up in Little Rock, attended public schools and graduated from UALR. I have been on staff for 15 years and served in a variety of roles. Prior to joining the Fellowship team, I led a non-profit organization which provided food and shelter to the poor and homeless in central Arkansas. Margaret and I have two daughters, Calli and Kyndal, one son, Heath, and two grandchildren, Riley and Taylor.
I currently serve as a Care Group Pastor. Prior to joining the staff of Fellowship, I worked for a number of years in higher education at 3 different universities in Arkansas. I have been on staff at Fellowship since 1986 and have served in a variety of roles, such as Community Group pastor, Congregational Care pastor, and a pastor for Celebrate Recovery. I am married to Becky and have 2 grown daughters, Kristin (David) and Rachel (Josh), and 5 grandchildren, Caroline, Tru, Bo, Sascha, Davis.
I serve as Care Group Pastor of the SageWorks congregation. I also serve as Service Pastor in our Chapel Venue. I grew up in Kiblah, a small town in southwest Arkansas. I received my Bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University. My wife, Ruth, and I served as missionaries in Mendenhall, Mississippi, for 5 years before moving back to Little Rock. I have been on staff here at Fellowship for eleven years. My wife and I have three children, Joshua, Samuell and Sarah.
I serve as the Celebrate Recovery Pastor. I have attended Fellowship Bible Church since 2006 and joined the staff in 2011. I grew up in Oregon and Ohio and retired from the United States Air Force in 1993. I have a master’s degree from the University of Arkansas. I've launched several businesses, taught computer technical classes at a two year college, and was with AT&T for eleven years before joining the staff at FBC. My wife, Ginny and I have been married since 2009. Between us, we have five children and five grandchildren most of whom live nearby.
Fellowship Women Pastor
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I serve as a Pastor and Director for Fellowship Women’s Ministries. I grew up on a farm in Worthington, Minnesota. After marrying my husband, Scott, he and I moved to Minneapolis where we joined CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) with the FamilyLife ministry which brought us to Little Rock, Arkansas. We were on staff with FamilyLife for 7 years. A few years later I joined Fellowship Student Ministry as the Women’s Director for students. After serving 3 ½ years with FSM, I came on board with Fellowship Women’s Ministry. Scott and I have four children: Landon, Lindsey, Abigail, Jordan and two sons-in-law, Damon and Trent. We have one granddaughter Collins, with another one on the way.
I spent my childhood years in Pine Bluff and moved to Little Rock as a young teenager. I have been a member of Fellowship for 25 years, and have been married to BJ for 15 of those years. I have three girls and one boy -- Libby, Anna, Rachel, and Andrew. I graduated from the University of Arkansas with degreeis in Advertising/Public Relation and French, studying abroad in France with Wheaton College. I left teaching French at Pulaski Academy when I had my first child, and have been a stay-at-home mom for the past 13 years. I volunteered at the church in a large capacity, serving on the Edge worship team, spending two years on the building design team, and starting past church events such as the Daddy Daughter Pancake Breakfast. For two years, I was the ministry leader for Bloom, changing the ministry’s name, look and feel after being Moms & More for over a decade. I am so excited, after a year of being off, to be involved with Bloom and also helping to shape the vision of Women’s Ministry for the future!
I was born and raised in Little Rock. After attending the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, I returned to Little Rock to teach school. I attended graduate school at night and eventually moved to Memphis, TN to finish my graduate work. In 1995, I married Joel and moved to Atlanta, GA. Five years later we returned to Little Rock with our daughter Kate in tow! We have since had 2 more children- Patrick and Joseph. These children are our primary disciples and we love doing life daily with them. Over the last 15 years, I have been involved in Women's Ministry, RAP Ministries, and have taught small group Bible studies in my home. Joel and I are community group leaders and are involved with Student Ministries at FBC. I am passionate about discipleship and eager to partner with the women at FBC to make disciples at home and across the world!
I grew up in Oklahoma and went to college at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK (home of Mr. Ed). After college I worked with a college ministry at the University of Arkansas and later attended Dallas Theological Seminary where I received two Masters degrees. After seminary, I was a Youth Pastor in Ruston, LA. I most recently served as the Associate Campus Pastor at Fellowship Cabot. In my current role I am excited to help folks get connected to our church and help men grow as disciples of Christ. I am married to Ashley and we have three children: Jeremiah, McKenzie, and John-Mark.
I serve as Director of FellowShip Kids. I grew up in Fort Smith in a great family who loved the Lord and taught me about Jesus at a very early age! Two weeks after I graduated college, I married my best friend, Adam! We have a son, Zach, and a little girl, Jilly. I have been on staff with Fellowship for a total of 10 years and the best part of my job is seeing kids come to know Jesus as their personal Savior.
FSK Early Childhood Director
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I grew up in Ruston, Louisiana and graduated from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelors degree in Speech Pathology and a Masters degree in Elementary Education. I taught for two years and then worked in college ministry as the Associate Director at the Wesley Foundation on Louisiana Tech’s Campus. I am married to John O’Leary and we have 3 children: Jeremiah, McKenzie, and John-Mark. Before coming to Fellowship as the FellowShip Kids Preschool Director, I was a stay at home mom for 6 years.
I serve as 5th and 6th Grade Pastor for FellowShip Kids. I grew up in the Little Rock Metro area and attended UALR. I am currently pursuing a Masters of Christian Education from Southwestern Seminary. Prior to joining the FSK Team, I served as Children’s Pastor with churches in Arkansas and Missouri. I am married to an amazing woman, Dana, and she is a wonderful mother to our daughter, Maggie Jane.
I grew up in Batesville, Arkansas and my husband, Marty, grew up here in Little Rock at Fellowship. I met Marty during my senior year of college at the University of Arkansas. We recently moved back to Little Rock after two years in Denver where Marty attended Denver Seminary for a Masters in Counseling. During our time there, I homeschooled our three children, Sydney, Sophie and Will, and taught acrobatics and tumbling in the evenings. Our family is so excited to be back home and with all three kids returning to school, I am looking forward to being back on staff at Fellowship after leaving my position as an FSK administrative assistant to start our family.
Recreational Outreach Pastor
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I have been a pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Arkansas since 1997. After serving as Children’s Pastor for 12 ½ years, I now fill the role of Recreational Outreach Pastor. I was raised on a farm in Nebraska and attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln where I received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture and Education. I am also a graduate of the Institute of Biblical Studies at the International School of Theology, located outside San Bernardino, California. My wife, Teresa, and I have eight children and live in Little Rock, Arkansas.
I was born in California, but raised in Dallas, Texas (Go Cowboys!). I received my degree from Ouachita Baptist University and a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth. I’ve had the privilege of working with students and their families now for 15 years, and I’ve never wanted to do anything else. As the FSM Lead Pastor, it is my passion and goal to see all of our students, leaders, and families connected, transformed, and making disciples! My greatest blessings from the Lord are my high school sweetheart, Stephanie, and our four children. If I’m not at church, I am probably with my family riding bikes, wrestling, playing music, hiking or getting together with other families.
I serve as the Junior High Pastor. My wife, Kristin, and I grew up in Oklahoma City were we met waiting tables together during college. I hold a B.A. in International Politics from the University of Central Oklahoma, a Masters of Divinity from North Park Theological Seminary, and am currently in the process of completing a Masters of Nonprofit Management from North Park University as well. I am married to the woman of my dreams, Kristin, and we have one son, Emerson. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family, running, and playing golf.
I was born and raised just across the border in Texarkana, TX. I graduated from Ouachita Baptist University in the spring of 2009 with a bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies. As the Sr. High Women's Pastor, my prayer and desire is to invest in a generation of young women who will rise up and impact their world for the Kingdom of God. It's been such a joy to serve on the Fellowship team for the past couple of years, I'm looking forward to the days ahead!
Campus Ministries Executive Pastor
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I serve as the Campus Ministries Executive pastor here at Fellowship. I grew up in Upstate New York but moved to Canada after high school graduation. In Canada, I studied and received my Bachelors of Biblical Study from Canadian Bible College and a Masters of Divinity from Canadian Theological Seminary. I served as a pastor for 20 years with the denomination of A.W.Tozer, the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada. I am a dual citizen of both Canada and the U.S.. Before coming on staff in 2008 I served as the Sr. Pastor of a church in Winnipeg Manitoba for 9 years. My wife, Jennifer, and I have four daughters. I am a coffee snob, who loves to drive my 65 VW Beetle, work in my yard, play with my dogs and try to figure out all the women in my life. :) My passion is to know Jesus more and to help others embrace Him as their heart’s supreme Treasure.
Cabot Campus Pastor
I get pretty excited about pastoring Fellowship's Cabot campus and all the great people here. But my most meaningful moments are with my wife, Allison, who insists she’s a bigger fan of the St. Louis Cardinals than I am (but we all know that's a lie). We have three kids, Lucy, Gus, and Sam (as well as a disgruntled beagle named Willie). After studying communication at Truman State University, I worked with student and college ministries in Missouri and Arkansas before joining the staff of Fellowship in 2004. A few years ago, I went back to school to finish my Master of Divinity through Bethel Seminary. In 2010, my wife and I loaded up the family and moved up to Cabot to be a part of what God's doing through Fellowship here.
I was blessed to grow up in central Arkansas. I attended Bryant High School and graduated from Central Baptist College in Conway. I have a Master of Arts in Christian Education with emphasis in Missiology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. I have had the honor of serving in churches in Arkansas, Texas, and even Botswana, Africa. I have been married to my amazing wife, Jessica, for six years. We have two precious girls, Mady and Lucy, who have their daddy's heart. I love sports, mostly the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Boston Red Sox. I love playing old-man slow pitch softball and playing with my girls. As the Campus Pastor, I have a heart for reaching Saline County with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our desire is that Fellowship is not a church in the community, but FOR the community.
I provide leadership to Fellowship’s Worship Staff teams, planning processes and church wide events. I also develop artist leaders. My wife, Tracy, and I married while we were students at Belmont University. Following graduate studies at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, I served twenty years in dynamic churches in Louisville, Las Vegas and Indiana. We are the parents of four children.
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I serve as Worship Pastor for the Chapel venue. My wife Linda and I have four children. I toured and recorded with the Christian group Glad for nearly ten years as well as being a part of Maranatha’s Worship Leader Workshops as a member of the Maranatha Praise Band and bass guitar clinician. I have also conducted several Worship Roundtables for pastors, worship leaders and worship team members to help begin a dialog about true Biblical worship.
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I serve as one of our worship pastors and provide leadership to worship in the Worship Center. I grew up here in Little Rock (Pulaski Academy), and attended the University of Arkansas, which, of course, makes me a diehard Razorback fan. I first began leading worship in 1997 at University Baptist Church in Fayetteville. After my time at UBC, I spent a few years traveling full time in a band called “Maple Street”. My wife, Susanne, and I were married in 2002 and soon after moved to Woodlands, Texas where I served as a worship leader at The Woodlands United Methodist Church. I joined our staff here at Fellowship in January of 2008. We have three girls: Avery, Riley and Conli.
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I serve as the Worship Pastor for the Edge Venue at Fellowship Bible Church. I graduated college from Ouachita Baptist University and I'm currently studying at Western Seminary. I'm married to my best friend, Mallory, and we are thankful to be a part of what God is doing in and through Fellowship Bible Church.
I am a worship pastor in the worship center and Creative Catalyst for our media and worship departments here at Fellowship. I'm originally from Little Rock and graduated from Hall High School. I then attended Central Baptist College in Conway followed by Belmont University in Nashville, TN where I studied Music Business. I've served in churches in AR, TX, and TN on staff for the last 20 years. I've also served the church as a guest music and worship artist performing over 3000 events. I was the lead singer of Christian music group NewSong in 2006-2007, recording their Dove-nominated project "The Christmas Hope" and in 2007 released my first major worship project called "Way Of Life." I've been married for 19 years to my best friend Lori and we have two precious daughters; Daisy and Jovie.
I was raised in the great state of Arkansas, the youngest of three sons to my great Godly parents. I attended Ouachita Baptist University, where I also met my lovely bride Megan. We currently have one four-legged child (our dog) Skeeter. During college I traveled around leading worship for various conferences and youth events. For the last two years I’ve been a worship pastor for a setup/tear down campus of Central Baptist Church in Jonesboro before moving here and joining the worship team in January 2013. I love to lead worship and I’m very excited to be able to lead not only in The Edge with Aaron Williams but also for the 501 Young Adult congregation.
I grew up in Hot Springs, Arkansas where I built homes for eight years following high school. Throughout the years I have served part-time at several churches as well as traveling around the south leading worship for student and church events. I have spent time in central Asia and Myanmar developing and encouraging local worship pastors. I moved to Little Rock in the summer of 2011 after God's call to put down my business and follow Him to Fellowship. My life has been ruined by my sin and reconciled by His Grace. I now serve as one of the Worship Pastors at Fellowship.
I was born a in Minnesota but I am an Arkansan at heart, having lived in Hot Springs Village & Little Rock for over 17 years. I grew up sort of like the Partridge Family, as the son of a traveling worship pastor; I traveled with my family across the country singing for church and civic events from the time I was three. I attended the College of the Ozarks, near Branson, MO and then moved to Little Rock, where I met my beautiful wife, Molly, who is from Little Rock. We have been married since 2007 and have one son, and are hopeful for more. I have served as lay worship leader, youth & young adults' pastor & interim worship pastor at several churches. Prior to joining Fellowship, I coordinated clinical trials for cancer patients at UAMS.
I serve as the Worship Pastor for FSM. I grew up in Hot Springs, AR and attended John Brown University in Siloam Springs. As I was finishing college, I began traveling and leading worship at student events throughout the South. Through the course of traveling, I met my wife, Lindsay. We married in 2011 and moved to Little Rock around the same time. We're now settled and loving life here with our disaster of a dog, Wrigley.
I serve as the Coordinator for the Guest Experience Team (X-Team), which includes our greeters, ushers, traffic team, café hosts and emergency responders. Born in Chicago, Ill, I moved to Benton, Arkansas, in the 7th grade and graduated from Bible College in Missouri. After living for nearly 20 years on the East Coast and in Germany, where two of our sons were born, we came back to Arkansas in 1992. We began attending Fellowship in 1993, and joined the staff eight years ago. I have a fabulous husband, Fred, and we have three grown sons, two daughters-in-love, and two absolutely precious grandsons!
I grew up in Southern California in a Campus Crusade family. I attended Biola University and later graduated from Middle Tennessee State University. I met my wife, Michelle, while I was working as the Technical Director for the Dawson McAllister Student Conferences. We lived in Nashville where I toured doing road management for various Christian artists. God called us to Irving Bible Church in Texas where I was the Technical Director for 9 years. In 2007, God called us to Fellowship Bible Church. My role here is Production Technologies Director. Michelle and I have 3 children: Jensen, Addyson, and Grayson.
Raised in Little Rock, I married my high school sweetheart, Lori, and have four children: Blakeley, Allison, Caden, and Sophia. I’m a former business guy and skeptic who decided to become a follower of Jesus while living in Saudi Arabia. Now I’m a missions pastor…. that’s still weird to me.
I serve as the Global Mission Pastor and give oversight to all of our international missionaries, review any new support for missionaries, oversee our seminary scholarship program, and give leadership to all of our short-term mission trips. I grew up in Colorado and met my husband, Glenn at Western State College in Gunnison, CO. We have 2 grown children who are both married and have 3 granddaughters, Janae’, Samara and Sadie.
Missional Engagment Pastor
As Missional Engagement Pastor my role is to equip members of our body to engage well--whether they lead a team on a mission trip overseas or plug in to missional opportunities right here in Little Rock. "Engaging well" means not only making disciples on the field and within mission teams but also embracing Fellowship Mission's behavioral values. Recognizing that we are all mutually broken, we value missional engagement that is strengths-based, delight-driven, development-focused. Woman on a Mission is a Bible study and self-discovery tool that I wrote for women who long to become difference makers for the kingdom. A Memphis girl and a graduate of the University of Tennessee, I taught English for many years before moving to Little Rock with my husband Dave and having four fabulous children --Hunter, Jacob, Samuel and Carrie. They and my husband's two children from a previous marriage, Charles and Betsy, are now adults, and we are delighted grandparents of seven amazing grandchildren.
I serve as the Community Ministries Pastor, connecting our church with meaningful opportunities to share the love of Jesus in our local community. I grew up in Arkansas, graduated from Ouachita Baptist University, and received a M.A. in Organization and Interpersonal Communication from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. My four years as an Airborne Ranger in the 82nd Airborne Division has earned me the nickname “Ranger Ray” with some of my friends, and in addition to my role at Fellowship, I serve as a part of the Leadership Team for the Nehemiah Network. My wife Carolyn and I met at Ouachita and we have two married daughters: Christy Lax and Cara Dean.
Central Support Team
I serve on the Executive Team and am Stewardship Pastor. In addition, I also give oversight to the Central Support Team. As Stewardship Pastor, I represent the church on a number of other ministry and non-profit boards, including Napa Valley Counseling Center and Fellowship Associates. I have been an elder at Fellowship for over 25 years becoming a staff member in 1999. Prior to joining the staff, I practiced as a CPA with an Arkansas firm. Virginia and I have been married for over 40 years and we have two adult children. We became members of FBC in 1978.
I grew up in North Little Rock. I played sports and went hunting and fishing with my dad and two brothers growing up. We were members of Park Hill Christian Church where I was saved at the age of 13. I attended the University of Arkansas, and then transferred to Louisiana Tech University where I received an engineering degree. During that time, I married my wife and best friend Ginger. After graduation, I spent three years in the oil field, before returning to North Little Rock. For the past 25 years I have been owner/president of Sunbelt Mechanical Inc. doing commercial work nationwide. We have 2 grown sons, Gable (married to Andrea) and Skylar. Ginger and I have attended Fellowship since 2006. I have a heart for missions and discipleship. After several pivotal moments in my life I feel called to serve for God's Kingdom.
Human Resources Director
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I presently serve as the Human Resource Director. Originally I was hired as the Executive Assistant to the Teaching Pastors and served in that role for twelve years. I grew up in Irving, Texas, and attended the University of Texas at Arlington. I began attending Fellowship a few years after moving to Little Rock and met my husband Dean in the Single Adult Ministry. Between the two of us, we have four children: Amy, Brad, Jenny and Beth.
In my role as Business Operations Director, I provide leadership to the Finance team, the Maintenance and Facilities teams, our Cafés, the Cross Reference Bookstore, and the areas of Event Scheduling and Hospitality. An Arkansas native, I graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and also received an MBA degree from the University of Arkansas. After beginning my career as a CPA in public accounting, I spent 11 years in the banking industry before joining Campus Crusade for Christ, where my wife, June, and I served for 12 years with FamilyLife. We have two children, Hayley and Kyle.
It’s a privilege to serve on the staff of my lifelong church. I grew up in Little Rock, and graduated from Pulaski Academy, then went on to earn a Journalism degree from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. The majority of my career has been spent within the walls of an advertising and marketing agency, and it’s a joy to now serve at Fellowship. I'm married to my best friend, Mark, and we are enjoying our first year of marriage.
I love serving as the Café Manager at Fellowship. I was born in East Texas and grew up in Louisiana. I received a degree in Elementary Education from Louisiana Tech University. After graduating from college, I married Barry. We both joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ and served on college campuses in Louisiana and Texas. In 1990, we moved to Little Rock to serve with FamilyLife. I have been on staff at Fellowship since 2002. Barry and I have 3 grown children, 2 daughters-in-law, and 3 grandchildren.
I manage the church calendar and facility usage as well as helping with events held at the church. It is a job full of details, but it is loads of fun because I get to interact with the entire staff, church members and people from our community. I was born in Little Rock, went to college in Virginia and graduate school in Nashville, Tennessee. I worked as a Speech Pathologist in Nashville and Dallas, but when my family moved to Little Rock in 1986, I had the great privilege of becoming a stay at home mom to my (now adult) children -- Elise, Drew, Emily and David. I have worked at Fellowship since 2006 and it has been my church home for 15 years.
I grew up in the small town of Mammoth Spring located in North Arkansas. I have been married to my beautiful wife, Judy, for seven years. Between the two of us, we have three wonderful children. My son Chris is currently attending Dallas Theological Seminary. My daughter Dana is married with a daughter, Bella. Judy's son John is married and they are expecting their first child in July. I came on staff at Fellowship as Facilities Manager on Sept. 1st. of 1992. My responsibilities include management over the facilities team, maintenance team, building and grounds, building controls, and security. God has blessed me beyond measure. I appreciate the opportunity to serve God through my job by serving the body, staff, and Ministries here at Fellowship Bible Church.