Brian has been serving in full-time ministry since 1993. He has had the privilege of speaking at more than 200 conferences and countless churches, schools, camps, and military bases. He has lead student and parent programs from coast to coast as well as several international locations. While Brian’s specialty is creating parenting and family events, he still speaks at several summer camps and D-Now events each year. Brian is a prolific writer for parenting magazines, most notably Parenting Teenagers and Parent Life. He has written four books: Engaging Your Teen’s World, Tech Savvy Parenting, and Raising Responsible Teens in a Digital World. Brian is recognized as the parenting expert for FOX News Memphis. Brian and his wife Mona have been married for twenty years and have two children, Bailey and Ashlan.
Secretary of Board
Kevin Graduated from Mississippi State University in 1986 with a BS in Banking and Finance. He spent the next twenty-one years in the banking industry. Kevin started his career in banking as a teller, eventually moving his way up to bank President for Bancorp South. He was also the President and part owner of FirstBank. In 2009 Kevin made a radical career move and left the banking industry to become the Church Administrator at Bartlett Baptist Church in Bartlett, TN. Kevin has led Faith’s FCA efforts in Memphis for the last seven years. He and his wife Lisa have been married for 23 years and have three children, Amber, Brandon, and Jared.
Brent graduated from Wheaton College in 1991 and was employed by ServiceMaster Management Services as a housekeeping manager at Evanston Hospital outside Chicago. A year later he purchased his first ServiceMaster franchise. Over the next ten years this expanded to several franchises in the Chicago, Ill., and Buffalo, N.Y. areas. In September 2002, Brent sold his franchises and joined the ServiceMaster Clean Home Office staff as Director of Residential Services. Brent assumed leadership for the Furniture Medic brand in 2005 where he served as vice president and general manager. In late 2010 Brent had the chance to return where he started is career when he was promoted to Chief Operating Officer for Merry Maids. Brent and his wife, Stacey live in Germantown and have three children. They are both active in their children’s busy lives, at church, and Brent serves on the boards of Service Over Self (a Memphis charity that serves to empower people and transform neighborhoods) and Awake to Life (a ministry that exists to equip and encourage parents and families to awaken to the lives God has in store for them).
After graduating from Ozark Christian College, Scott began serving as a Youth Pastor. His commitment to teenagers led him to stay in that role for 22 years. He then transitioned to become a Senior Pastor in which he has served the past fifteen years. In 2005 Scott accepted the position of Senior Pastor at New Hope Christian Church in Bartlett, TN. He is heavily involved in the community as a Chaplain for the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department and Chaplain for the City of Bartlett Mayor’s Office. To keep connected to his roots in youth ministry, Scott regularly speaks at national Christ in Youth Conferences. He and his wife Suzanne have been married for 37 years. They have three grown children and eight grandchildren.
Memphis Jones is an intuitive communicator, a genuine people-lover, and a passionate Believer. Over the past decade he has led thousands of students all over the Southeast in worship as a member of ALTERED, a youth ministry that begins in the context of a Christian rock concert and ends in one-on-one fellowship, Godly counsel and intimate prayer with young people in attendance who are searching for acceptance, inspiration, and a word from God. His passion for worship led him to become the worship pastor at The Love of Christ Church in Cordova, TN. Jones also works heavily in the music industry of Memphis. His vast knowledge of Memphis music history has garnered him jobs with the Memphis Visitors Bureau, Tupelo Tourism Commission, and Elvis Presley Enterprises. For ten years, he and his wife Heather have been a blended family with four kids.
Mona is a graduate of the University of Memphis with a degree in journalism and the better half of 360 Family founder Brian Housman. She is a counselor for Homelife Academy and a board member for the Bartlett/Wolfchase Homeschool Association. Mona has worked with teenagers for more than twenty years and currently works with the leadership of the women’s ministry of New Hope Christian Church in Memphis, TN.