Canon Glenn Davis, Pastor
Glenn E. Davis, pastor of Lamb of God: A Three Streams Church, has been serving the parish for over twenty years. Husband to India and father to Andrew (26).
Fr. Glenn has a B.A. degree from Samford University (cum laude) and a M. Div. from Beeson Divinity School (2002). While attending Beeson, he received two awards: 2001-2002 W. M. Todd prize for Outstanding Student in Biblical Languages and 2002-2003 and the Outstanding Student in Theological and Historical Studies Award given by the theology/church history faculty of Beeson Divinity School. Glenn also contributed "Who is the Holy Spirit for Us Today" in Pilgrims on the Sawdust Trail, edited by Timothy George (Baker Academic, 2004).
Also, Fr. Glenn serves Bishop Charles W. Jones as Canon Theologian advising the Archdiocese in matters of faith and theology. In that capacity, he sits on the Charismatic Episcopal Church (C.E.C.) Theological Working Group speaking and writing on matters of theology, church history, and liturgy.
Fr. Glenn loves teaching Christ in a manner that captures the heart and imaginations of the congregation helping each believer to see the relevance and importance of the Word of God. Union with Christ, yielding to Christ, and abiding in Christ are important spiritual watchwords for Fr. Glenn’s teaching and pastoral ministry.
Father Scott Howard, Associate Pastor
Fr. Scott Howard is a father of four. As associate pastor, Fr. Scott supports our church in many ways internally as well as externally. He loves the outdoors, hiking, rock climbing, and trail-walking.
Father David Surrett, Priest in Residence
Fr. David is a graduate of The Baptist College of Florida (1985) and St. Michael’s Seminary (2000). He was at The Cathedral of Christ the King in Selma, Alabama, in its pre-CEC days, under the leadership of Abp. Chuck Jones, and was ordained to the diaconate and the priesthood by Abp. Chuck.
David enjoys studying early church history and its branches that have maintained continuity until the present time. He believes two of the main areas that Christians need to understand are the differences in sacrament and symbol, along with the catholicity of the church, with the term ‘catholic’ meaning not ‘Roman Catholic,’ but ‘according to the whole, from the beginning.’
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Worship Leader Mitzi Howard
Mitzi Howard leads worship at Lamb of God Church. As wife of Fr. Scott and home schooling mother of 4 children, ages 15-25, during the past 21 years, she organizes and teaches at Cornerstone Cooperative. After the birth of her last two children, she stopped teaching in the group setting for several years to raise toddlers. Mitzi loves working with teenagers and young adults and enjoys math, science and music, though her kids hate math. After the birth of Anna, Scott and she felt the Lord wanted them to educate their children at home. Her love of teaching in a group setting is what motivates her to continue teaching at a home schooling cooperative. She loves seeing children gain knowledge and understanding of, first and foremost, Christ and God's beautiful plan for their lives and all of creation. Scott, her husband of 29 years, and Mitzi support missions work in several countries. Mitzi also directed a dance and drama evangelistic team, Benei Aor USA and currently manages her husband’s custom software business, Scott Howard Consulting.
Eucharistic Minister Levi Reynolds
Levi Reynolds is currently taking his last year of Undergraduate schooling at Point University, where he studies online for Christian Ministries. He previously studied at Southeastern Bible College pursuing a double major in "Christian Thought and History" as well as in Theology. As a result Lewis has become an enthusiasm. He has developed a love for worship and "playing" with philosophical and theological concepts. He was born and raised in the ICCEC. He enjoys the books he wants to read, hoping someday to enjoy those too. Computers are a hobby along with wherever else he spends his time doing. Soon to graduate Southeastern Bible College, with minor in philosophy focusing in seminary studies. Administering Eucharist while studying to become a deacon.