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Our Deacons

Deacons are the hands and feet of Jesus at Bethel. Whether it’s ensuring Sunday mornings run smoothly or reaching out to meet needs throughout the week, our deacons serve with open eyes and willing hearts. Bethel believes in the scriptural qualifications of deacons (1 Timothy 3) and involve the body in the vetting and election of this group each year.

Clinton Carr

Whitehouse Deacon

Clinton has been married to his lovely wife, Allison, since 2007. They have five wonderful children and have been a part of Bethel Whitehouse for almost two years. Clinton is humbled to serve as a deacon of Bethel Whitehouse and look forward to helping the people of the church and community.

Charlie Crum

Whitehouse Deacon

Work brought Charlie and his wife, Amy, to Tyler in June of 2011 and God had certainly been preparing them for East Texas. Charlie started working for Tyler Radiology Associates as a radiologist in July of 2011 and shortly thereafter found Bethel Bible Church. Charlie and Amy have been blessed with two children. Preston is their courageous boy and is 12 years old. Peyton is their sweet girl and is nine years old. Charlie and Amy love serving in the Children’s Ministry at Whitehouse. They desired to be a part of a church that encourages the members to serve. Charlie and his family love Bethel because of it’s teaching and it’s faithfulness to sound doctrine and the scriptures.

Tyson Glasscock

Whitehouse Deacon

Tyson was born and raised in Tyler. He and his wife, Jackie, have been married for 14 years and have two beautiful daughters, Braylee and Blair.  Tyson and his family started visiting Bethel when the Whitehouse campus opened and joined shortly after. In Tyson’s free time, he enjoys working on his 1967 Chevy truck.

Brian Kennedy

Whitehouse Deacon

Brian has been married to his wife, Mari-Carmen, since 2005, and they have three beautiful girls; two of which are school age and one pre-k. God has blessed them with a healthy home and a great community in which to raise them. Brian’s time for personal hobbies is short at this stage in life, but he very much enjoys all that his children are involved in. Being part of Bethel has helped Brian and his family grow as believers and has provided an environment of accountability as well as encouraged them to be an active part of the church and not just members. Brian and his family are blessed to be a part of Bethel Whitehouse since the beginning, witnessing the growth in relationships and looks forward to what the Lord has planned for Bethel in this community.

Casey Rivers

Whitehouse Deacon

Casey and his beautiful wife, Doni, were married in 2006. They have six beautiful children, Audra, Stellan, Clara, Jude, Vivienne and Pierce. Casey and Doni have been members of Bethel for six years. Casey currently serves with the students at the Whitehouse campus. The Lord has been teaching him about his identity in Christ. God has used Galatians 2:20 to remind him where his identity lies: “I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.

Brian Thomas

Whitehouse Deacon

Brian is originally from Lufkin. He is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University where he obtained a B.S. of Science and Geology. Brian moved to Tyler at the end of 2009 after meeting his beautiful wife, Shellie. He quickly moved into the role of father to three amazing, beautiful children, Lauren, Jaycee, and Eyan, that he is blessed to have in his life and wouldn’t have it any other way! Brian has worked alongside his wife in the home health industry for several years as a Sales Manager with At Home Home health. Brian and Shellie have lived in Whitehouse for five years and are grateful and blessed to have found Bethel and all the great people that make them their church family. Brian enjoys hunting, fishing, baseball, boating, building and being at the gym. He is a firm, fearing believer, excited and honored to serve Christ and the Church as the Lord sees fit!