Elders and Ministers
Chuck Ball is a 1999 graduate of Sunset International Bible Institute and has been the preaching minister in Cabot since 2010. He has been married to Kristy since 1994. They have three children: Dylan, Faith and Ashlynn. Chuck is an avid Arkansas Razorbacks fan and loves playing golf and spending time with his family. About the Cabot Church he says, "The Cabot Church has become our home and family. We are a very loving and supportive church family. Having a church family that you can count on and turn to anytime is a true blessing in this life".
T.J. Davidson is our Minister to Families with Teenagers. T.J and his wife, Tessa, have been married since 2006 and have two daughters, Eden and Hannah. He graduated from Harding University in 2006 and began working at the Cabot Church of Christ in 2008. "This is not just my church family, this is my family. I love the people here and it is amazing to see the work that God is doing here." Check out the youth ministry’s blog for more information.
Cory Spruiell is our Associate Minister. Cory and his wife, Ashley, have been married since 2011 and have two kids, Hunter and Emma. He graduated from Harding University and began working at Cabot Church of Christ in 2012. "One of the biggest strengths of the Cabot church is that we 'seek the welfare of the city' (Jer 29:7) through community involvement and outreach." Check out his blog here.
Rob Gerst is our counselor. He has been married to Deb since 1980 and they have two children, Gene and Tavich. Rob has a master’s in counseling- marriage and family from the University of North Texas and he did a postgraduate fellowship at the Psychiatric Institute of Fort Worth. He worked for the Cabot Church of Christ in 1990-2010 and returned in 2017. His favorite thing about the church here is that it is welcoming and aims to care for the less advantaged. You can make an appointment with him by calling or texting (501)454-7680.
Amanda Leech is our Administrative Assistant. Amanda and her husband, Adam, were married in 1996 and have three kids, Jacob, Joshua, and Jordan. They came to Cabot Church of Christ in 2004. Amanda says her favorite part about the church is being part of a family.
Kale Thomas is our Children’s Minister. Kale and his wife Hannah were married in 2017. He graduated from Oklahoma Christian in 2018 and will join the Cabot church in 2019. Kale thinks the most important thing about having a church family is the relationships that develop and that direct you closer to Christ.
Kevin Pfalser and his wife, Shiretta, began attending the Cabot Church of Christ in 1992. He became a shepherd in 2015. Kevin works for the State of Arkansas Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board. He says that something he has come to cherish about the Cabot Church of Christ is the way this family looks beyond the bumps and bruises of the individual. He feels that everybody understands that we all fall short and we are all in need of a Savior. Kevin says his favorite thing about the church here is that grace is on display and shown to all.
Chester Brown and his wife, Becky, have attended the Cabot Church of Christ since 1994. He became a shepherd in 2015. Currently, Chester is a fifth-grade teacher at Cabot Middle School South. Chester’s favorite thing about the Cabot Church of Christ is that its members are always willing to help the Cabot community through its various ministries, such as Friend’s House, Backpacks for Kids, Food Pantry, and Bright Kids.
Gary Bulice and his wife, Melissa, began attending the Cabot Church of Christ in 1994. He became a shepherd in 2015. Gary currently works for Unity Health in Searcy as a physical therapist. Gary and Melissa were immediately impressed with the Cabot Church of Christ for being a friendly, loving, scriptural, and prayerful church. He says his favorite thing about the church is that it strives to have all the characteristics of a biblical church.
Dale Warren and his wife, Debbie, have been associated with the Cabot Church of Christ since 1981. He became a shepherd in 2006. He works as a computer technician at Harding University. Dale says his favorite thing about the church is the love demonstrated by the people.
Don Lowman and his wife, Ann, have been at the Cabot Church of Christ since 1991. He became a shepherd in 1998. He is a retired command chief in the USAF. Don says his favorite thing about the church is the spirit of love and dedication to the Lord and one another he feels each time he comes through the doors.
Ron Prior and his wife, Ann, moved to Cabot in 2000 from Plymouth, Massachusetts. He served as a shepherd in Burlington, and Marston Mills, Massachusetts before moving to Arkansas and became a shepherd at the Cabot Church of Christ in 2004. He is retired from USDA where he worked at Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center in Little Rock. He now works part-time as a consultant and adjunct professor at the University of Arkansas. Ron says that strengths of the Cabot church family have been relationships that have developed especially through the youth and young adult programs.
Leon White and his wife, Beth, have been at the Cabot Church of Christ since 2000. He became a shepherd in 2004. He retired from Cabot Public Schools in 2017 where he taught and coached track/cross country. Leon says that his favorite thing about the church is the diversity between young and old. He believes that the Cabot church provides an environment that encourages spiritual growth and is committed to saving souls and being a positive influence for Christ in the community and the world.
Ron Chambers and his wife, Betty, have been at the Cabot Church of Christ since 1960. He became a shepherd in 1980. He is retired from the USAF and adult education. He believes the congregation’s biggest strength is the love and care shown towards all our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Bill Ashley and his wife, Pat, have been at the Cabot Church of Christ since 2005. He became a shepherd in 2011. He is retired from the U.S. Army Missile Command in Huntsville, Alabama. Bill says that his favorite thing about the church is that it is located in a mission field with many opportunities to grow.