Meet Our Small Group Leaders

David and Robin Cantrell

David and Robin lead their small group at their home on Monday evenings. When asked why they lead a small group, David said…

My wife and I have over 20 years leading Sunday School classes and home Bible study groups. We have the gift of hospitality and consider opening our home for Bible study an act of worship and appreciation for what Jesus does for us on a daily basis. – David Cantrell

Kevin and Roma DeSanctis

Kevin and Roma lead their small group at their home on Monday evenings. When asked why they lead a small group, Kevin said…

My purpose for leading and hosting a small group is to create a safe environment where people can discover God and grow in their relationship with him and one another. Building intentional

Daniel and Jennifer Friedline

Daniel and Jennifer lead their group at their home on Tuesday evenings. Their group is specifically for young adults. When asked why they lead a small group, they said…

We are blessed and honored to lead a Christ-centered small group specifically geared toward young adults. Dating, marriage, and raising a young family in today’ s world is more challenging than ever. We’re so grateful for the opportunity to take an intentional “time-out” to refocus on who God is and what that means in our lives, through study and discussion with our small group family. Carve out the time. It’s worth it! – Daniel and Jennifer Friedline

Brian and Kathy Stout with Mark and Carole Caraker

Brian and Kathy Stout lead a group at Mark and Carole’s home on Wednesday evenings. When asked why they lead a small group, Kathy said…

I lead a small group to connect with like-minded folks, people that want to know Jesus and be known, to do life together; encourage one another and build each other up; to edify the saints. We also enjoy together watching football, treks to Menchies, and championing one another through the big and small details of life. – Kathy Stout

Greg and Laura Martin

Greg and Laura lead a group at the LifePoint Offices on Wednesday evenings. When asked why they lead a small group, they said…

We lead our small group to help people get to a deeper, living relationship with Jesus by sharing our experiences through a big picture view of what God is up to in our lives and continually pointing the group to Jesus and the Holy Spirit at work in their lives. Ultimately, to help unite and guide us all through discussion to a better understanding and love of God and one another. – Greg and Laura Martin

J.J. and Sheeba West with Caleb and Stacy Edwards

J.J. and Sheeba lead a group at Caleb and Stacy’s home on Friday evenings. When asked why they lead a small group, J.J. said…

Small groups have always been a vital part of my spiritual journey and I love to help others have a similar experience. – J.J. West

Pastor Jan and Kelly Puterbaugh

Pastor Jan and Kelly lead a group at the LifePoint Offices on Friday evenings. When asked why they lead a small group, Pastor Jan said…

My passion is sharing the real, everyday love of Christ and helping to discover His life changing wisdom in scripture. Jesus told us to love God and to love each other…what better setting than a small group coming together each week to share in this love! That love lasts way beyond the weekly gathering! Let’s grow together! – Pastor Jan Puterbaugh

Chuck and Tamara Cordell

Chuck and Tamara lead a group at their home on Saturday evenings. When asked why they lead a small group, they said…

Small group is an opportunity for us to build lasting relationships. We enjoy getting to know other people through the study of God’s word and having real, honest conversations about what is happening in our lives. It is through these spoken words that we discover the truth: we all belong to the same family, God’s family. – Chuck and Tamara Cordell