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"Let the elders who rule well be considered worthy of double honor, especially those who labor in preaching and teaching" (1 Timothy 5:17)
David and his wife, Deanna, have been active members of the Lake Dallas Church of Christ since 1996.
They have three grown children and seven grandchildren.
David grew up in a family that attended worship services sporadically until his father was baptized on his 40th birthday. David was 13 at the time and remembers that being the point at which his family started attending faithfully. David attended Lubbock Christian College where he met Deanna, and they have been married since 1984. David served as a deacon at Fairmont Park Church of Christ in Midland and at Crestview Church of Christ in Waco prior to coming to Lake Dallas where he has served as both a deacon and an elder. He became an elder in 2009.
David consistently looks for ways he and others can grow in a stronger relationship with God and with each other, and is looking forward to our reward where we will ultimately be together in eternity.
Glenn and his wife Sammie, have been active members of the Lake Dallas Church of Christ since 1984.
They have two grown children, Jade and Jenny.
Glenn grew up in the Church with strong Christian beliefs and parents guiding and teaching him.
After starting at Lake Dallas, Glenn served as a deacon for several years, before becoming an Elder at Lake Dallas in 2009.
He looks forward to helping those around him learn those values and beliefs that have guided and blessed his life and give him hope for eternal life.
Manuel and Araceli Soto moved to Corinth in November 2002. They continued to worship at Webb Chapel Church of Christ, in Farmers Branch, where Manuel was a deacon. During this time of transition, they noticed quite a few Hispanic families living in the lake cities area.
Manuel saw a huge spiritual need in the Lake Cities for the Spanish speaking community and decided to open a Spanish group in the local church. In December 2003, Manuel, his wife and two children Sergio and Kristi, began visiting Lake Dallas Church of Christ and spoke with the Elders about opening a Spanish group. The Elders were excited about the idea and said, “We’ve been praying for this to happen and waited for someone to ask.”
In 2009, Manuel became an Elder at Lake Dallas Church of Christ. He has continued to help oversee the flock, outreaching in particular the Spanish community which now has grown to an average of 50 attendees before the pandemic.
Manuel was evangelized and baptized in Christ in 1989. Since then, he has found his new identity in the family of Jesus, and a new mission “to proclaim the wonderful deeds of the one who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light” everywhere he goes. 1Peter 2:9-10
"Deacons likewise must be dignified, not double- tongued, not addicted to much wine, not greedy for dishonest gain. They must hold the mystery of the faith with a clear conscience." (1 Timothy 3:8-9)