Andy began his ministry at FBC Oloh in December of 2008 as Youth Pastor. Having served nearly seven years in the Youth Ministry, and in various other capacities throughout those years, Andy transitioned to the role of Senior Pastor in March of 2015. He and his wife Elizabeth were married December of 2007, and have been blessed with two daughters, Ava and Ella, and one son, Drew. Andy has a Bachelor degree from William Carey University, a Master of Divinity with a Specialization in Biblical Languages and Master of Theology (ThM) from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is also currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Theology. His aim is to serve the local church for the glory of God and to equip the saints for the work of ministry.
David joined the staff at FBC Oloh in June of 2021. He and his wife Jessica married in 2006 and are blessed with one son, Joseph. He wishes to see Christ glorified and the saints edified through congregational singing of rich, biblically-grounded songs and hymns of the faith, and for all ages and backgrounds to come together with one unified voice in praise to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit! David is also the professor of guitar at William Carey University where he has taught since 2012.
Wesley has been a member of FBC Oloh since 2018. He joined FBC Oloh’s staff as Ministry Intern in 2020 before transitioning to Director of Adult Discipleship and Missions in 2023. After completing his Master of Divinity in Biblical Languages, Wesley began pursuing a PhD in New Testament at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Wesley is husband to Savannah and father to Parker. His desire is to see discipleship and missional living become the lifeblood of FBC Oloh for the fame of Jesus.
Kristen has been a member of FBC Oloh since 2013 and joined the staff on May 1, 2019. She has a degree from William Carey University in Christian Ministries with minors in English and Psychology and is currently pursuing a Master of Christian Education at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Kristen desires to see the Church grow both locally and globally, and she aims to serve her pastors and congregation well, all to the glory of God alone.