Larry & Lorinda Fincher have extensive experience in teaching, counseling, and working with families. They have presented seminars, conferences, and retreats nationally and internationally. Larry and Lorinda attend Pathway Baptist Church in Fayetteville, AR where Larry is on staff. They have five children and fifteen grandchildren.
Dr. Eric and Keri Spann
Eric and Keri have been married for 33 years, and have four children ages 18 to 26, all in or through college—all pursuing advanced degrees. Keri was a special education and elementary teacher for their first five years of marriage, getting Eric through medical school and internship from 1986 through 1991. She has home schooled all four children from Kindergarten through high school graduation, with all receiving college scholarships and honors. They have served together in medical and teaching missionary work on Tanna Island, in the country of Vanuatu, since 1998. Eric has been in private family medicine practice since 1994, and is Medical Director of rural health clinics for Baxter Regional Health System. They enjoy training for snowboarding, third world mission work, and 5Ks-to-Ironman races. They serve together in small group ministry in Flatwoods Baptist Church, and have served HomeBuilders Ministry since 1999.
Doug Goodman was on the planning team that organized the Arkansas Youth Conference in 1996 and is current director of AYC. He is high school minister and leads worship at one of the worship services at East Union Baptist Church. His wife Stephanie is a pediatric nurse. Doug and Steph were married in 1997 and have 4 beautiful children, Savannah, Molly, Grady, and Emma.
Todd Sadowski is the founder of StrongTower Wealth Management, a financial planning and investment management company in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He is a member of Crossgate Church where he serves as a trustee and volunteers in various youth and children’s ministries. Todd is married to his High School sweetheart, Holly, with whom he has two daughters, Brooke and Ella. In 2006, Todd authored a book, “The Christian and HIS Finances”. He has studied and taught on Biblical finances for over 19 years.
Dubs Byers recently retired as pastor of First Baptist Church, Dumas, Arkansas. He is a retired superintendent of schools for the Arkansas Correctional School and holds an Ed.D. from the U of A at Little Rock. He currently serves on the Arkansas Board of Corrections and has been active in prison reform and reentry for many years. Dubs and wife, Jane, have three sons.
Chad Graves has served as Bible teacher, youth pastor, campus pastor, and evangelist. He has spoken in retreats, conferences, camps, and churches throughout the United States. Chad is a graduate of Arkansas State University and Liberty Baptist Seminary. He and his wife, Julie, have two sons, Noah and Ethan.
Jaycob Kramer has served as a Youth Pastor for more than thirteen years and is currently the Discipleship Pastor at East Union Baptist Church in East End, Arkansas. He graduated from Henderson State University with a BA in Psychology and is currently pursuing a MA in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. Jaycob and his wife Heather have three children, Lily, Jude, and Max.
Ross & Amy McBroome met while at college at HSU in Arkadelphia. They have been married for over 20 years, and God has blessed them with 3 wonderful children, Madison, Kaden & Caleb. They have worked with MBSF, Family Life, Teenagers, and Mission points from the Mississippi Gulf Coast to Pennsylvania. Ross has been the Lead Pastor at Fort Smith Baptist Fellowship for over a decade and is also serving on staff at Union Christian Academy in Fort Smith.
Mark & Jenny CLements served as missionaries in the Philippines for seven years planting a church and training young men and women through Philippine Missionary Baptist Seminary. Since 2008 they have been serving God through New Liberty Baptist Church in Garland, TX. Mark and Jenny have four children, Noah, Mahlah, Nathan, and Rhoda. Through 21 years of marriage and ministry, and raising four children, God has taught them many difficult lessons, but He has always been faithful. If there is anything good or noteworthy about their marriage, family, or ministry, it is credited to the mercy and grace of God.
Ashley Harris comes to us from Hot Springs, Arkansas. She is a wife to her best-friend, Jason, and mother to two boys, Ty and Beckett. She graduated University of Arkansas at Monticello with a Computer Information Systems/Criminal Justice degree and is bringing her knowledge and experience as a both a parent and her previous work with law-enforcement to share practical ways to protect and safeguard our families from the physical and spiritual threats that can be too easily discovered online.
Jordan Bourne recently graduated from Lone Star High School in Frisco, Texas and is currently a student at Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas. His parents Tim and Carrie Bourne successfully planted a church, Genesis Metro, in Frisco, Texas. Being raised in a pastor’s home allowed him to see the good, bad, and ugly of ministry while becoming the man God intended him to be.