Steve and Julie were married in 1994 and have been blessed with three children; Matthew (1996), Charis (1998), and Caleb (2002). Steve was called into full-time ministry while on a mission trip in Gallup, NM in 2006. Following God's clear call, Steve served as pastor in Golden Valley, AZ from 2009 to 2016. During that time, Julie was integral in developing the children's ministry and beginning the LIFT ministry. Matthew, Charis, and Caleb participated and served in the children's, youth, music, and LIFT ministries.
Relying on a few key Scriptures (John 15:5, Philippians 4:13, and 1 Corinthians 11:1), Steve's philosophy of ministry is simple, "Lead from the outflow of what God is doing in your life."
Steve and Julie began serving at West Point FBC on October 2nd, 2016.
Fun Fact: Steve was adopted by the city of Daytona Beach Shores, FL during Desert Storm in 1991 and received a key to the city upon his return. (The key doubled as a bottle opener!)
Dree was raised in Falkville, AL. She graduated from Falkville High School in 1990, then attended Wallace State Community College and the University of North Alabama.
In 1993, she married Jeff Miller. She and Jeff have 3 children: Brett, Bram, and Lexi.
Dree was a stay at home mom for 17 years before entering the public workforce in 2012. She joined the staff here at West Point First Baptist in February of 2016 and has proved to be an integral part of WPFBC's ministry.
Dree attends Life Church in Hartselle, AL.
Church Secretary - Dree Miller
Todd grew up in Decatur and moved to Florence to attend UNA where he met his wife Michelle. They married in December of 2004.Todd and Michelle have 3 children: Evelyn (Evey), Graeme, & Liam.
Todd began ministry at West Point FBC on April 1st, 2012 and coaches Boys Tennis at West Point High School. Michelle teaches AP Physics and Chemistry at Cullman High School where she also coaches Track.
Todd and Michelle have hearts for students, youth through college. For the last 17 years, Todd has been in student ministry with Michelle at his side most of that time. They have taught the Word together, sought the Lord together, and even coached volleyball together.
His philosophy is simple, “To preach the Gospel always and to love and teach young people the Word of God in order to lead them to the Cross of Christ in repentance, while helping them navigate the path to adulthood, and teaching them to instruct others in love.” Learn, Love, Lead.
Associate Music Minister - Jason Johnson (J.J.)
Student Pastor - Todd Greenlee
Church Secretary - Dree Miller
JJ grew up in Crane Hill in Cullman County. He graduated from West Point High School in 1992 and also attended Wallace State Community College. He now works as a rural carrier for the USPS.
JJ felt the call to serve the Lord through music at a very early age. He began playing piano and singing as a small child in various churches where his father served as pastor. He became a member of West Point Baptist Church in 2005, first serving as keyboard player for the praise band, and currently serves as Associate Music Minister.
JJ believes that even though music is only one form of worship, it can set the tone for the entire worship service, and can be a very encouraging and uplifting way to worship the Lord in everyday life.
"I will sing to the Lord as long as I live. I will praise my God to my last breath." - Psalm 104:33
Music Minister -
Children's Director - Mackenzie McKoy
Pastor - Stephen Brown
Mackenzie grew up in Cullman and graduated from West Point High School in 2009. She then moved to Florence to attend UNA where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. After graduating, Mackenzie moved back to Cullman where she then married her husband Andrew in June of 2016. They have a beautiful chocolate lab, Ryder.
Mackenzie taught Kindergarten at Cullman City Primary school before becoming the Children’s Ministry Director at West Point FBC in May of 2016. Andrew is a precision machinist at General Dynamic’s in Cullman.
Mackenzie and Andrew are eager to work with the children at West Point FBC and to teach them to love others just as Christ loves the church. It is their mission to point children towards Christ in all areas of their life at an early age so that they will be able to grow in Christ as they grow in age.
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