Jim Brummett and his wife, Gina, have led Southwest First Assembly of God since 1992. Serving has been a way of life for the Brummett family. Pastor Jim is a second-generation minister and received his formal training at Southwestern Assemblies of God University and Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. He has served congregations in worship, youth ministry and Christian education. The Brummetts are also actively involved in the ministry of Teen Challenge (faith-based drug and alcohol recovery) with Jim serving on the board and Gina serving as Operations Director of Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains. They have two grown children and are proud grandparents! The Brummets believe that God’s promises are for everyone. On a typical Sunday, truth is presented clearly, worship is led by the Spirit, and the power of God is experienced. Pastor Jim has issued a prophetic call to the congregation and community for repentance, faith and action; in lieu of fear, contentment and complacency. The Brummetts are committed to helping individuals findan authentic relationship with their Creator and growing in a purposeful relationship with Him. Emails: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
The “fingerprints” of Carl Small and his wife, Diane, are on practically every ministry of Southwest First Assembly of God! As long-time members, their enduring commitment to the congregation has spanned decades and provided key leadership. They are truly examples of “Christ-likeness”, whose integrity provides a strong foundation for a healthy church. Carl serves the congregation as church treasurer, and, vocationally, he is also the treasurer of Clear Creek County. firstname.lastname@example.org
John and Christine Mendoza are passionate about helping families discover the positive difference that Christ can bring to their homes! They facilitate a small group which gathers bi-monthly for Bible study and fellowship activities. John heads up the audio/visual ministry of the church and is also serving as “point man” for the transition to our new facility in 2012. email@example.com
Nick Carter brings a common sense approach to both his Christian walk and his service on the board of Southwest First Assembly. He and his wife, Rebecca, have attended SW1st since the mid-90s, when Rebecca experienced healing from cancer. Nick is employed at Denver International Airport, where he works in construction and maintenance.
Bill Barlow and his wife, Blanche, bring a wealth of wisdom and spiritual depth to the congregation and the board of deacons. Married for more than 55 years, they have great insight for parents and families who want to build strong Christian homes. Bill has served both as a career educator and a minister of the gospel. He currently leads a Bible study for aduts and is also active in jail ministry He is an avid outdoorsman and also enjoys American Civil War studies, astronomy and gardening.