Hebrews 13:7 Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith.
We are blessed to have spiritually minded leaders serving at the Glenpool Church of Christ. You can get to know them a little bit below.
David Gray received his preaching certificate from The Center for Christian Education (formerly Preston Road School of Preaching) in 2002, his Bachelors Degree in Ministry and Leadership from Dallas Christian College in 2003, and his Masters Degree in Family Life Ministry from Oklahoma Christian University in 2009. Before coming to the Glenpool congregation David was the Preaching Minister for Hillcrest Church of Christ in Gainesville, Texas where he served for 18 years. David and his wife, Jan, have been married forty-one years. God has blessed David and Jan with two daughters, and through those two daughters God has blessed David and Jan with two granddaughters. David’s favorite hobbies are playing grandad and riding motorcycles.
Youth Minister (Part-Time)
Asset Management Group (Oversight Elders: Todd Khoury)
Deacon of Technology Utilization
Deacon of Inventory Supply
Service and Outreach Group (Oversight Elders: David Tenison)
Deacon of Fellowship
Deacon of Benevolence & Member Services
Deacon of Missions & Evangelism
Edification and Stewardship Group (Oversight Elders: Bill Path & Devon Prescott)
Deacon of Senior Saints
Deacon of Education
Deacon of Young Adults Ministry
Deacon of Worship
In addition to being a former minister for the Glenpool congregation, Bill Hamrick served for fifteen years as Executive Director of Turley Children’s Home (now Hope Harbor), and then as Church Relations Director. Bill began regular work in Tulsa County prison systems in 2007, teaching three classes weekly at David L. Moss Center (Tulsa County Jail), and weekly at Dick Conner Correctional Center in Hominy. His material included the Faith & Character program in the Medium Security Unit and classes in the Minimum Security Unit. Bill taught over two-hundred and fifty New Life Behavior correspondence students in 14 Department of Corrections facilities across Oklahoma. In 2019, Bill was honored with a transition from Prison Minister to Minister Emeritus. We are grateful for his work in prison ministry and for the wisdom he bestowed upon those under his teaching. He now resides in Texas with wife, Lenora and their children.