citywide event by river, with downtown Little Rock in background

citywide event by river, with downtown Little Rock in background


Ray WilliamsRay Williams

Network Team Leader

Ray has served on the staff of Fellowship Bible Church since 1983 and served with the leadership team who founded the Network. He currently serves as the Network Coordinator.

Ray Williams

Logan BloomLogan Bloom

Prayer Team Leader

Logan Bloom is the Extraordinary Prayer Coordinator for the CityChurch Network. His passion as a speaker, writer, and mobilizer is to build thriving cultures of 24/7 prayer through local churches and in society. Logan also serves with the National Day of Prayer Arkansas, Awaken The Dawn Arkansas and Arkansas For Christ.

He lives in Little Rock with his wife and two children.

Logan Bloom

Lauren LinzLauren Linz

Antioch Initiative Coordinator, Project Coordination

Lauren coordinates our Antioch Initiative and manages overall project coordination for the City Church Network.

Lauren and her husband Adam live in Little Rock and attend South City Church where they lead a small group studying the First Principles Series.

Lauren Linz

Windsor WilliamsWindsor Williams, Jr.

Race Under Grace Team Leader

Windsor served our country in the United States Air Force for 26 years. After he retired from the military, he held several management positions in hotels in Little Rock and Dallas.

Windsor helped plant NuLife Christian Fellowship Church, where he held the position of Executive Pastor. He attends Fellowship Bible Church where he serves in a number of ministries.

Windsor Williams

Darrell AdcockDarrell Adcock

Global Leadership Team Leader

Darrell Adcock is an artist leader serving South City Church and the church in Central Arkansas through The CALL, The Exodus Project, and as a Certified Trainer for Empowered to Connect Parent Training with his wife, Tracy.

Darrell serves the City Church Network as Point Leader of the Global Leadership Summit Simulcast, held each August.

Darrell Adcock

Mike FergusonMike Ferguson

Operations and Organizational Support

Mike Ferguson

Jason AncarrowJason Ancarrow

Central Arkansas Marriage Initiative (CAMI) Team Leader

Jason is a follower of Jesus, devoted husband to Ann, the delight of his eyes, and father to their 2 children Gabrael and Jara.

Jason is a pastor at heart, having ministered to his home town church for 12 years. As the Director of Central Arkansas Marriage Initiative (CAMI), Jason desires to see the Church serving its community by championing strong, Christ centered marriages and families, and building unity across a city space.

Jason Ancarrow

Mary Carol PedersonMary Carol Pederson

Vital Families in Schools Team Leader

Mary Carol is passionate about uniting and mobilizing the Church of all denominations and ethnicities to help those most vulnerable in our community. The biblical mandate to care for the fatherless, the orphan, and the widow, fueled her desire to launch and grow The CALL, and now to mobilize the Church to do more in caring for impoverished local youth and their families through partnerships with schools to ultimately bring about sweeping community restoration.

She and her husband, Jason, have three children – Spencer, Shelby, and a bonus son, JB.

Mary Carol Pederson


Dee BrownDee Brown

Co-Founder, Brown Engineers

Dee Brown is an Electrical Engineer and co-founder of Brown Engineers in Little Rock.

He is a lay elder at South City Church in Little Rock, a participant in the Arkansas Antioch Initiative Leadership Cohort and gives leadership to Antioch School cohort groups.

Dee Brown

Mark CarterMark Carter

Executive Pastor, Immanuel Baptist

Mark serves as a pastor at Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock, overseeing the business administration, missions and strategic discipleship.

God has given Mark a passion for cross-cultural missions, making reproducible disciples, business as mission, and marketplace ministry.

Mark Carter

Mike ClowersMike Clowers

Vice-President, Donor Relations, Corporate Chaplains of America

Mike has served as a Vice-President with FamilyLife, as the Executive Pastor of Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas, and on the Pulaski County Leadership Team of The CALL in Arkansas.

He now serves with Corporate Chaplains of America providing leadership in the donor development area.

Mike Clowers

Dru DodsonDru Dodson

Senior Pastor, Lake Valley Community Church — Hot Springs

Dru is a founding and current teaching pastor at Lake Valley Community Church in Hot Springs, AR. He was a consulting engineer prior to pastoring.

Dru also serves on numerous non-profit boards in Central Arkansas. He holds a D Min. degree from the Antioch School.

Dru Dodson

Kevin KellyKevin Kelly

Pastor, Second Baptist Church

Pastor Kelly has been the Senior Pastor of Second Baptist Church, in Central Arkansas, for nearly 20 years.

The unity of the Body of Christ and the City church has been his heart and passion for years as he has been an influential leader in the movement.

Kevin Kelly

Michael LewisMichael Lewis

Strategic Advisor, Global Banking

Mike is a banking executive now serving as an advisor to several global banking organizations.

Mike and his wife Anne live in Little Rock and have a passion for helping bring educational opportunities to kids. They attend Fellowship Bible Church.

Michael Lewis

Mickey MillerMickey Miller

Elder, Fellowship Bible Church, CFO eDocAmerica

Michael B. Miller has more than 30 years’ experience as a results-oriented business executive, lecturer, and consultant. Miller has served as President of International Marketing Associates, for the past thirty-two years.

He attends Fellowship Bible Church were he is a legacy elder and an asset to servant teams throughout the church.

Mickey Miller

Ray WilliamsRay Williams

Community Ministry Pastor, Fellowship Bible Church

Ray has served on the staff of Fellowship Bible Church since 1983 and served with the leadership team who founded the Network. He currently serves as the Network Coordinator.

Ray Williams
man and woman talking in crowded area

“Christianity is ugly to increasing numbers of Americans and American institutions. Neither is it credible. From the outside its beliefs look superstitious, its behavior mean-spirited and its theology incomprehensible to the very people we are called to reach. We are at best considered beside the point, and at worst we are becoming the enemy. We are failing in our fundamental calling – to make Jesus and His message beautiful and believable.”

Dru Dodson, Solving the Problem of the (Invisible) Church and the Common Good

man and woman talking in crowded area

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