Brant and his wife, Crystal, were married March 16, 2002 and have 5 children. Brant graduated from Baptist College of Florida in December 2003, and from Liberty Theological Seminary in December 2012. Both Crystal and Brant are native Floridians and have served at churches in the Florida Panhandle, Central Florida, and Middle Georgia. Their family arrived in Tampa October of 2012. As a family they enjoy being outside and playing, fishing, and all sorts of sports. Their main purpose as a family is to serve God and love those around them, by sharing the love of Jesus and all that He has blessed them with.
Pastor Charlie Naffziger, Small Groups Pastor – email@example.com
Charlie is a Tampa native, graduating from King High school back in the day. He felt God’s call into ministry and went to and graduated from The Baptist College of Florida in December 2005. He then went on to pursue his Masters in Christian Education at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, graduating in Spring 2009. Aside from working with Small Groups at the church, Charlie has a full time job during the week. When he’s not busy with church or work he enjoys reading, eating good food, and spending time with friends and family.
Angela Stutts, Preschool Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
“God has given us two hands, one to receive with and the other to give with. We are not cisterns made for hoarding; we are channels made for giving.” -Billy Graham
Crystal Adams, Children’s Ministry Director – email@example.com
Crystal is the wife of Pastor Brant Adams and the mother to five awesome children. She has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology/Christian Counseling with a Minor in Church Ministries from Liberty University. She has a heart to see children learn about God’s love for them, learn to study the Bible, and more importantly choose to give their life to Christ. She believes children are important right now in their life no matter how old they are! They can serve the Lord too. She also wants to see the family succeed and be the family God has created them to be. Encouraging the growth as a family not just the child. When not ministering to and serving the children of SHBC, she is homeschooling her five children, enjoying photography, crafting, reading, fishing, gardening, and being outside with her family!
“Children are not the church of tomorrow, they are part of the church of today!”