Dr. Glenn Young
Dr. Young joined us in September of 2014.
Wife: Danielle DeRamus (married July 31, 1993)
Daughter: Savannah Lane Young born 1996
Son: Micah Alan Young born 1999
Son: Joshua Richard Young born 2001
Licensed to the ministry by First Baptist Church of Lafayette, Louisiana (April, 1987)
Ordained to the ministry by First Baptist Church of Lafayette, Louisiana (January, 1995)
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Dr. Pete Freeman
Dr. Pete joined our staff as our Senior Adult Minister in December of 2014. Prior to that, he served as our Interim Pastor for 2 years. He also served as an Interim Pastor in several other East Texas churches for approximately five years. Dr. Pete retired from First Baptist Church of The Woodlands in 2006. He served as our Pastor from the late '80's until the mid 90's. He and his wife, Gloria, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
Dr. Pete is a part-time minister who also has administrative responsibilities with the support staff. He serves as the staff liaison to the Budget/Finance Committee. He is involved in the area of Senior Adult Sunday School.
David joined us in September of 2014.
I was saved at the age of 8 in Bonham, Texas. I was called into ministry when I was 12 at Lake Lavon Summer Camp. I gave the Lord my future and my music from that moment on. While attending college, God gave me an incredible wife, Heather, and our journey so far has been nothing short of an adventure. We have 2 amazing sons-Harrison born 1999 and Hayden born 2006.
Bobby joined us in December 2016.
He previously served in youth ministry in Belton and San Angelo, and has been in full-time youth ministry since 2004. He grew up in Wimberley, Texas where he attended the youth ministry of FBC Wimberley. There, as a teenager, he accepted Jesus into his life, was baptized, and called into ministry.
Bobby is passionate about diversity, missions, outdoor adventure, hunting, fitness, good coffee, and building authentic community. He hopes to build a youth ministry culture where all students are equally loved and accepted, barriers are broken down, and an environment where all students are given the opportunity to embrace the perfect plan that God has for their life. In addition, he sees youth ministry as a partnership between the church and the family and sees healthy relationships with parents as vital to the ministry.