Ministry Strategy: Multiply

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Ministry Strategy: Multiply

Throughout our lives, human beings develop important rhythms and habits based on what we truly value. A church is no different! Our strategy is simply a blueprint for practically living out what matters to us as a church. It is a model, not a mandate; a charter, not a checklist. By participating consistently in these liturgies as a church family, we believe God will bring us closer together in faith and purpose. Here, we’ll focus on just one aspect of our ministry strategy: Multiply.  

What do we mean by Multiply?

To multiply simply means to extend the boundaries of your faith beyond Sunday’s four walls. Like yeast working its way through bread dough, love can only rise and flourish when we make room for it to grow. As a church family, we want to expand our spiritual imaginations to integrate the Gospel in our conversations, our relationships, our work, and our lifestyles.

Why is it important?

The Gospel is good news, and good news should be shared! Jesus commands his followers to go forth and bring the Gospel to “Judea, Samaria, and to the ends of the earth,” meaning that no matter who we are or where we go, we have the responsibility to let the love of God permeate our lives.

How do I make it a part of my life now?

Take a quick inventory of how you spend your time. Do you consciously make room in your life to walk alongside people who need discipleship, mentoring, or to hear the truth of the Gospel? Do the people you interact with everyday feel known and loved by you? How are you making short and long-term investments in your family, your spouse, your friends, your co-workers, your neighbors, and people in need around the world? 

Now, think about how you can be intentional with opportunities offered by the church for mentorship, discipleship of new believers, and evangelistic outreaches locally and overseas. How is God prompting you to participate? 

What multiplying means to our members 

How PCBC College Students Teamed up with Local Leaders to Serve in Cambodia 

After traveling for two days on high spirits and little sleep, a team from PCBC’s college student ministry rolled up their sleeves, shaded their eyes, and stepped out into the bright and bustling streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  

The trip had many goals. It was about service projects and outreaches. It was about engaging with the people. It was about encouraging fellow believers who endure the constant challenges posed by being the minority religion in a country where 95 percent of the population practices Theravada Buddhism.

But perhaps the most important exercise of the trip was simply listening—being open to what God was already doing in through the churches, ministries, and Cambodian Christ Followers who have given their lives to bring Gospel to their own people.  

In Cambodia, becoming a Christian is no small sacrifice. Converts often face humiliation and rejection by their own families, and thereby forfeit the central source of stability and identity in Cambodian life. Despite these difficulties, our team witnessed firsthand a boundless and compelling Gospel: one that transcends even the most deeply rooted traditions to change hearts and transform lives.  

They spent time worshipping alongside Cambodian believers, visiting schools and villages, playing games with children, and passing out copies of a comic book-style Gospel presentation. Through these interactions and conversations, team members were able to invite the children to a youth rally organized by a local church.  

Over 400 children attended the rally, and enjoyed singing, performances, raffles, listening to a Bible story, and sharing in a traditional Cambodian meal.  

Other outreaches included cleaning, painting, and trash pick-up in the villages, leveling a walkway, prayer and relationship building, serving meals, teaching English classes, and hosting a large evangelistic event for the surrounding community.  

God brought over 600 villagers to the church festival where music, children’s performances, and the Gospel message were shared with joy that was almost palpable. PCBC’s team leaders were invited to participate in the baptisms of 10 local teenagers, some of whom had decided to become Christ followers that same evening.

Among them was a sixteen-year-old girl who, after 9 years of hesitation, decided to be baptized. Even as she entered a new family in Christ, her entire earthly family rejected her. She believed following Jesus was worth it . . . truly, it is worth everything.

Meet the Staff

Dr. Jeff Warren

Senior Pastor

office: 214.860.3972

Michael Adams

Director of Safety & Security

office: 214-860-3957

Dr. Rolando Aguirre

Associate Pastor of Teaching and Spanish Language Ministries

office: 214.860.3918

Christina Andrews

Administrative Assistant & Membership Specialist

office: 214-860-1508

Steve Audish

Sr. Digital Media Specialist

office: 214-860-1577

Nickie Bartlett

Day School Director

office: 214.860.1520

Valerie Bergstrom

Wedding and Funeral Coordinator (Part-Time)

office: 214-860-1531

Brandon Boyd

Business Administrator

office: 214-860-1556

Stephen T. Carrell

Associate Pastor of Worship & Music

office: 214-860-1547

Ann Chacko

Sr. Financial Analyst

office: 214-860-1544

Lisa Chamness

Childhood Associate to Babies, Ones and Twos

office: 214.860.3910

Derrick Chhay

Sr. Graphic Designer

office: 214-860-1561

Cassidy Clarke

Kids Ministry Intern

office: 214-860-1527

Jan Cleveland

Administrative Assistant for Worship & Music

office: 214-860-1549

Judy Collins

Boomer/Sr. Adult Assistant

office: 214-860-1533

Travis Cook

Associate Pastor of Teaching and Single Adults

office: 214-860-1690

Dylan Crawley

Sports Outreach Director

office: 214-860-1567

Whitney Davis

Guest Relations Coordinator

mobile: 214-860-3902

Laurie Elkins

Receptionist/Switchboard Operator

office: 214-860-1500

Alma Escobar

Ministry Assistant to Spanish Language Ministries

Cindy Farmer

Childhood Education Associate - Threes – Kindergarten (Part-Time)

office: 214-860-1519

Grant Glover

College Ministry Resident

office: 214.860.1500

Dr. Kelly Hamilton

Minister to Adults (30s - 50s)

office: 214-860-1565

Drew Herndon

High School Minister

office: 214-860-1574

Tanner Holman

Production Director

office: 214-860-1598

Elizabeth Knight

Ministry Assistant to Adults (30s - 50s)

office: 214-860-1542

Neva Knight

Preschool Ministry Assistant

office: 214-860-1523

Jessica Lamberth

Mission Volunteer Coordinator

office: 214-860-3916

Marty Lewis

Minister to Preschool

office: 214-860-1585

Barbara Loest

Boomer/Senior Adult and Prayer Associate

office: 214-860-1551

T.J. Marrow

Middle School Minister

office: 214-860-1576

Dr. Jack Martin

Minister of Pastoral Care

office: 214-860-3901

Emily Martin


office: 214-860-3993

Lamar Meaders

Finance Director

office: 214-860-1512

Keith Meek

Worship & Music Associate - Orchestra

office: 214-860-1557

Jay Miller

Minister to Kids

office: 214-860-3917

Hector Morales

Housekeeping Supervisor

office: 214-860-1604

Melinda Moran

Student Ministry Operations Manager

office: 214-860-1575

Dr. Han Oh

Great Hall Worship Pastor

office: 214.860.1548

Rebecca Peak

Assistant to Cory Thurman, Pastor of Ministries

Stacey Rauscher

Administrative Assistant

office: 214-860-1540

Pam Richardson

Accounts Payable

office: 214.860.1509

Ann Roberts

Assistant to Missions Minister

office: 214.860.3949

Denny Robinson

PCBC en Español Worship Leader

Rodney Schell

Executive Pastor

office: 214.860.1559

Christian Scott

Special Events Coordinator

office: 214-860-3945

Kim Senteney

Kids Ministry Assistant

office: 214-860-1583

Kathie Smith

Assistant to Executive Pastor

office: 214-860-1559

Schmidt Stephanie

Lori Swarner

Communications Director

office: 214-860-1526

Laurie Tharp

Sports & Recreation Program Director

office: 214-860-1570

Paige Thompson

Cory Thurman

Pastor of Ministries

office: 214.860.1582

Linda Wachel


office: 214-860-1517

Morgan Womack

Girls’ Minister

office: 214-860-1580

Karen Zukoski

Children's Choir Coordinator

office: 214-860-1552