I am a proud Southern girl from the beautiful state of Alabama. I was adopted as an infant into an amazing family with wonderful parents and an awesome big brother. I couldn’t have asked for any better. My family is very important to me and I enjoy every minute I get to spend with them when I go home. I attended Auburn University (War Eagle!) and after graduating, I moved to Birmingham, Alabama where I worked in the non-profit/ministry environment over the span of six years. The Lord has been gracious to teach and grow me in the gifts He has given me and I look forward to how He will continue to do so. I moved from Alabama to Texas in 2018 where I began my journey at Bethel as the Communications Director. I am honored to serve here and utilize the creative gifts the Lord has given me! I enjoy photography, fishing, SEC Football, Mexican food, and quality time with my friends and family.
I started life in Savannah, Georgia, while my dad was in the Air Force there, but I grew up in East Texas. I was “raised in the church” and have worked “in the ministry” for most of my adult life. My husband and best friend of 43 years, Steven, and I have two wonderful children and two sweet grandchildren who live
in Wichita, Kansas. In 2011, the Lord moved us from Kansas to Tyler where I began working for Bethel Bible Church. We attend the Whitehouse Campus, and I love knitting, hanging out with Steve, and “crunching numbers”! Really!
I was born and raised in Central Texas and attended the University of Texas at Tyler where I played soccer and met my husband, Adam. We have been married since 2005 and have four beautiful children. We have been attending Bethel since the launch of the Whitehouse Campus and consider it a huge blessing to be a part of what God is doing through Bethel Bible Church.
I am proud to be a “Native East Texan” which is quite evident if you have ever heard me speak!! I came to Bethel as an Administrative Assistant in February 2000 and was immediately taken in by the Bethel Family. The 21 years I have been here have been amazing and I am so thankful for my Bethel family!! I have two daughters, Karen & Susan, and three grandchildren who all live in Bullard. I cherish every minute of being “Nana” to Claire (a freshman at A&M) and Logan and Mark who are sophomores at Bullard High School!