Our elders believe in the importance of teaching the Bible, relationships over programs, their duty to serve the church through building congregational consensus, the priesthood of the believer, believer’s baptism, the doctrines of grace, new covenant theology, the Danver’s Statement on Manhood and Womanhood, the inerrancy of Scripture, historic Christian orthodoxy, early church practice the regula fide and the Five Solas (Sola Fide, Sola Scriptura, Sola Gratia, Solus Christus and Soli Deo Gloria).
Married since 1983, Steve and his wife Sandra have three children (two in college and one married) and two grandchildren. A graduate of Georgia Tech, Steve worked for several years in industrial electronics before enrolling in seminary. While there he served on the part-time staff of a 14,000 member church. After receiving an M. Div. from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, he ministered on the pastoral staff of a Southern Baptist Church in Atlanta with a membership of around 1000 folks. Then in 1990, after seven years in the traditional pastorate, he resigned to begin working with churches that desire to follow apostolic traditions in their church practice.
Ed and his wife Linda have been married since 1979 and have four children and four grandchildren. Upon graduation from the University of Connecticut, Ed went on to earn an M. Div. from Biblical Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Ed then served as an elder in several churches in New England where he also hosted an annual conference on early church practice. His military experience includes six years in the US Navy submarine service and eighteen years as an infantry officer in the US Army Reserves. Ed’s work experience includes sales and management in the floor covering, electrical and electronics industries. He is recently retired and looking forward to new avenues of service to our Lord.
About Denton Elliott
Denton and his wife Tamara have been married since 1997 and have 5 children. He studied at Whitefield Theological Seminary and before moving to Tucker planted a church in Monroe, Georgia based on early church practice. His favorite statement of faith is the 1644 Baptist Confession.