Board of Directors

David is the Sr. Project Engineer for Out-of-Production Cessna Citation Business Jets at Textron Aviation in Wichita, Kansas. He has been married to Debbie for 38 years, their son Daniel is a 2015 graduate of The University of Southern California. David and Debbie are members of First Mennonite Brethren Church where Debbie is the Administrative Assistant to the Student Pastor. David serves on the Board of Trustees at Friends University, a Christian University in Wichita. In his spare time you might find him riding his Harley or on the golf course.


Cris is Director of Corporate Engineering with Crawford Broadcasting.  He lives with his wife Phyllis in Aurora, Colorado where they are currently helping launch a new church plant. Cris is particularly gifted as a teacher and with small group ministry.  He and his wife Phyllis have two adult children.  In his spare time you may find him fly-fishing for trout or on the slopes snow-boarding somewhere in the Rockies.

Joedon lives in Fort Worth, Texas and works in technology networking with DMSP.  He and his wife Marylee have two children. They are members of Northwood Church in Keller.  Previously he has served churches as an Administrative Pastor and as a Deacon.  In his spare time you may find him backpacking a mountain path or working with his ministry Urban Outreachers.

Steve lives in North Richland Hills, Texas.  He is the General Manager of Southland Supply.  Married to Lisa, they have three adult children and three grandkids.  He has served churches on worship teams (vocal and trumpet) and as the leader of the greeting/hospitality team.  In his spare time, Steve likes to tear up the trails on his motorcycle (dirt bike) and spend time with his family at the beach.

April is a teacher with Birdville ISD in Fort Worth, Texas.  She holds a master’s degree in Christian Education from Southwestern Seminary and has previously served on several church staffs as Children’s and Preschool Minister.  April is noted by friends for her creativity and ability to think outside the box.  In her spare time you may find April at the beach, or asking the question, “what spare time”?