OUR LEADERSHIP

The Porter Church of Christ is led by men and women who seek to lead others in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.  
Shepherds & Ministers
Ministry Leaders
Cheston Loving

Widows' & Special Projects

Connie Harrington

Administration Ministry

Ben Johnson

Safety

Cleave Pamphile

Building & Grounds Ministry

Emily Young

Finance Ministry

Bonnie Scherry

Women's Ministry

Brady Young

Men's Ministry

Jonathan Dutton

Fellowship & Involvement Ministry

James Young

Hospitality Ministry

Travis Hatton

Youth Ministry

Steve Camp

Worship Ministry

Wendy Mitchell

Children's Ministry

Craig Maddux

Worship Ministry

Everett and Donna Mitchell

Shepherd

Terry and Delane Maddux

Shepherd

George and Diane Dutton

Shepherd

Warren and Mindy Stripling

Shepherd

Daniel and Lori Burns

Minister

Nat and Lettye Stanaland

Shepherd

Terry Maddux

Shepherd

What do you enjoy listening to?

Classical Easy Listening Radio & Sports Talk

Greatest Indulgence?

Biblical History Books

 

Definition of a retreat?

Spending the day with my spouse Delane

What is one book that has impacted you?

Anything by Jim McGuiggan, or C.S. Lewis

What's on your Ipod right now?

I don't have an iPod

What brought you to Porter CofC?

Moved back to area for Dad's health in 1976

What inspires you?

Becoming a student of the Bible

Your favorite snack?

Any snack that is salty and crunchy

If you could vacation anywhere, where would it be?

The Mediterranean and the Holy Lands

Childhood ambition?

To become a math teacher

What's your favorite T.V. series?

Anything on the History Channel

Favorite weather season, and why?

Spring! Beautiful weather conditions

Who lives in your house?

Delane and I

What famous person do people tell you that you look like?

Nobody

Your first job?

Cutting trees for fence posts at 11 years old

When did you 1st come to Porter CofC?

1976

What is your biggest challenge?

Maintaining my health

What is one thing people don't know about you?

I was in a theatrical dance class in college for a PE credit, and was required to be in a theatrical play called "Once Upon a Mattress" as Sir Terence. My professor told me I was the best male dancer in the class, and that I "stunk"!