Dan attended Christ for the Nations, where he met Connie in 1976, got married a year later, and left immediately for England to establish a Bible School with a former professor.
40 years later, he has a Bachelors in Communications and much-needed experience in and out of church. He is pursuing his dream: leading an amazing group of loving, dedicated, genuine, and accepting people in a fantastic and growing community as well as running a critically acclaimed coffee bar and cafe.
He's been a missionary, a worship leader, a youth pastor, a children's pastor, and ministry administrator. One thing he loves is sharing truth: truth about God, the people He made, and truth about the world around us. He has served full-time at The Lighthouse since 2000.
"Connie and I have two married children, Paul and Rachel, and two grandchildren. They have taught me a lot about life and about God's love for us. I've spiritually "adopted" many others as well. Some have moved on, and others have settled here."
Alex was born into a Christian family and has attended church all his life. He joined his home worship team at the age of 6 years old and has been leading Worship services since the age of 14, which is also the age at which he was baptized in the English Sea.
He worked as an intern with Kings Church in
Wellington England for two years before moving to the USA in 2014, attended Christ for The Nations Institute (CFNI), in Dallas, TX. In 2015.
Alex graduated CFNI from the Worship Major and returned to England for 6 months before getting married in July of 2016.
He served as an interim worship pastor at Christ Our King Church and helped lead worship for the city of Midlothian.
Alex’s goal in worship is “God’s pleasure in our worship…to lead the children of God into His Presence and glorify Him in all we do."
Rhys & Lauren Remar
Rhys and Lauren both graduated from Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas, TX. Rhys graduated from the New Testament Leadership (previously the Pastoral Major), and Lauren graduated from the Youth Major.
They have both worked with international youth groups in Japan, India and the Philippines. Lauren has been on staff with Youth for the Nations summer camp in Dallas, and Mission Adventures with YWAM Vegas. Rhys has been involved with the Lighthouse youth group since he was 14.
They both have a strong desire to see students from grades 6-12 develop their personal faith in Christ - through discipleship - in order to face the challenges this world.
Chris & Christina Aguilar
Chris and Christina have served in various children's ministries since 2007, using their creativity and passion to not only minister to kids, but to disciple them in Christ. They specialize in leading community outreaches, camps, and writing scripts/stories/curriculum that address the cultural climate today’s kids are facing.
They attended Christ For the Nations Institute IN Dallas, TX where they served Kids For the Nations summer camps for multiple years. They also led a preteen ministry at CFNI for three years .
Their resume includes a wide array of ministry experience in all ages, including adults, but their main focus is building God's kingdom now, in whatever way He wants that to happen.
Chris and Christina have an adult son and they plan to foster kids in the future.
Geary and Shelly have served as Deacons, Childrens' Ministers, Youth Leaders, and just about anywhere there is a need!
Geary speaks plainly and prophetically, and he has become a trusted "mouthpiece" for God at the Lighthouse.
He and his wife, Shelly, have two children at home. He currently works at the U.S. Postal Service.
Coal and his wife, Lisa, have been married over 36 years and have one son.
They have been members of the Lighthouse Church since 2009. They have served as deacons, young adult leaders and are currently on the prayer team as well as serving their connect group as leaders.
Presently, Coal is serving an eldership role and Lisa serves in the children’s ministry and is leading the women’s ministry here at the Lighthouse Church.
God has put on their hearts to minister the power of the Holy Spirit, the power of unity in a marriage, and the power of prayer.