Mark Denison, D.Min., is President of The Proud Americans, a Christ-centered, pro-family, patriotic ministry that seeks to influence modern culture. A former pastor, author, and chaplain to the Houston Rockets, Mark and his wife Beth make their home in Bradenton, Florida, where he also serves as founder and President of Church Made Better, a national church consulting firm. Mark served on the Board of Trustees at Houston Baptist University for 15 years, three times as chair, and was named Distinguished Alumnus in 2000. To learn more about The Proud Americans, visit their website at proudamericans.org.
William (Bill) Emory Anderson, Jr.
Dr. Bill Anderson graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion. He earned his Bachelor of Divinity in 1963 from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Trinity College in Dunedin, Florida honored him in 1978 with a Doctorate of Divinity.
After founding three Christian schools, Bill serves as current Chancellor Emeritus at Covenant Christian Academy in Colleyville, Texas. He has been extensively involved establishing national and global mission projects, served on the Board of Directors with the Christian Television Network and graciously served as interim pastor to over ten Baptist churches. Bill is a prolific writer, having written for the Southern Baptist Sunday School Board and North American Mission Board. He served as Vice-Chairman for two Billy Graham Crusades.
Bill's obsession for Truth compels him to win souls for the Kingdom of God --wherever he goes-- sharing the eternal promise of Christ. He was born in Humble, Texas. Bill and his wife, Addie, married in 1956 and are blessed with four children, fifteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Karon graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education and a Master of Arts degree in early childhood education from the University of North Texas.
Mrs. Sullivant is co-owner of the Sullivant Ranch. She is office manager. Karon is a consistent leader with a reputation for ministering to others with the highest ethical standards. She is a member of the North Central Texas College Foundation Board of Directors and Equine Advisory Board in Gainesville Texas. She is a member of other community services, which includes serving on the Abigail's Arms-Family Crisis Center Board of Directors and as Chairman of the Fundraising Team.
The Journey Church in Gainesville Texas is where Karon and her husband, Larry, faithfully serve together on the Altar Prayer Ministry Team. They have been married since 1966 and have one son, daughter-in-law and two granddaughters.
Tish Haley Barker Secretary, Revival In Our Time
Letitia "Tish" Haley Barker is a Dallas native and currently lives in Colleyville, Texas. She is blessed with one daughter, Michelle. Tish graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas during 1973. While attending Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas in 1977, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice.
Tish serves as Secretary of Revival In Our Time, Inc. Board of Directors. She attends Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. Tish is President of Haley-Greer, Inc., and is responsible for overseeing all operational, financial and administrative affairs of the company. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Haley-Greer, Inc., and has served on the Board of Directors for the American Subcontractors Association (ASA)-North Texas Chapter. Previously, Tish served as past President of ASA. She currently serves as President at the national level for the American Subcontractors Association.
Don Haley Founder and President
Don Haley is Founder and President of Revival In Our Time, Inc. His vision for ministries serving ministries with an emphasis on praying for revival in our time inspired Don in 2010 to begin working with Will Graham -Billy Graham's grandson - and Will's Celebration Gathering in Gainesville, Texas.
Mr. Haley is the Chief Executive Officer of Haley-Greer, which he co-founded in 1979. As a successful businessman for over 36 years, Haley-Greer, Inc. has grown into one of the largest curtainwall contractors in the United States. They are also a recognized industry leader for introducing and executing fresh and innovative implementation of curtainwall erection.
Don is originally from Big Sandy, Texas but has lived in Dallas since 1941. He is blessed with five children and three granddaughters. Don attended North Dallas High School, then Paris Junior College in Paris, Texas. Recently, he was inducted into his alma mater at Paris Junior College Academic Hall of Honor for Industrial Technology.
As a good steward of the gifts the Lord has given him, Don faithfully attends and worships the Lord Jesus at The Journey Church in Gainesville, Texas. Don is an obedient follower of Jesus Messiah.
William (Bill) Thompson
Bill Thompson launched his chemist career at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) during 1968 after he received his Bachelor of Arts in chemistry from Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio.
Eleven years later, Bill diligently searched the scriptures to follow the Lord in full-time ministry. When he completed his workday at BMS, Bill volunteered at a soup kitchen in Syracuse. Through a chain of events, Bill's passionate pursuit to minister the love of Christ grew to teaching Bible classes for inmates at three correctional facilities, jail and residents at the nursing home in Up-state New York.
While attending Dallas Bible College in 1982, Bill met a fellow-student on staff at Union Gospel Mission (UGM). Bill's compassionate influence and leadership qualities favored him to become Executive Director of UGM thirty years ago - he maintains that position. The Lord led him to become pastor of Calvary Bible Church in 1988 and they recently celebrated their 27th anniversary. Bill grew up near Greenville, Mississippi. He married his childhood sweetheart, Erma, they live in Dallas and have one daughter, Erika.