Brad and his wife, Alicia, first met while they were serving together on a short-term mission assignment in the Caribbean. They were married in 2003, and the Lord has blessed their family with 5 wonderful children.
Brad surrendered his life to Christ at a young age. He went on to study Christian Education at Bryan College before becoming a high school Bible teacher in Florida. In 2005, Brad and Alicia moved to the same island where they met and served in the Caribbean for the next 9 years. His primary responsibility was facilitating a Bible training ministry for local church leaders. Brad is continuing his education at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he has completed an MA in Missiology.
In 2014, he came to serve as a pastor at Tabor. His driving passion is to see the people of Tabor grow as disciples of Jesus and long to go make disciples of Jesus in their own community and among the nations.
Terry and Terry Lynn have been married for over 35 years. They have nine children and ten grandchildren.
The Lord rescued Terry as a young man in high school who was very confident in himself. Through the influence of a man who discipled him early on, Terry began to grow significantly and place his confidence completely in the Lord. He is very passionate about teaching the truth of God’s Word, especially toward training the generations to come.
Bill and Celest have been married for 35 years. They have three children and five grandchildren. Bill attended Ball State University and has worked in the area ever since. He came to know Jesus Christ as his Savior and Lord shortly before getting married, and Bill and Celest have been at Tabor for almost 30 years.
Zac has a BA in Church Ministry and Leadership from Boyce College in Louisville, KY. There he met his wife, Leah. They were married in 2009 and have four girls. Zac has served with students and/or young adults since 2005. He has a strong desire to see people grow deep roots in their faith and church and to proclaim the Gospel. This is particularly important for students who are preparing to transition into a life of adulthood. We do this by focusing on God’s word and building relationships grounded in the Gospel.