Pastor Todd is an ordained minister currently working full time as the senior Pastor at White Rock Community Church.
Todd grew up in a home that was centered in service to the church. In his youth his home was often host to bible college students, missionaries, bible college professors and Christian musicians. He is a graduate from Ozark Christian College. During his college years he went on weekend preaching and teaching ministries with his professors. He spent time volunteering at Revival Fires an evangelical crusade ministry and volunteered at Good News Productions International. It was at the college library he began his journey to expand beyond conservative theology to embrace a fuller and deeper theology and spirituality from authors like Nouwen, Nee, Buechner, Bonhoeffer and articles from the Whittenburg Door, etcetera.
Todd has served WRCC in a variety of capacities; Chair of Celebration, Deacon, Choir, drama and church play writer, interpreter for the deaf and as worship and song leader. He has also completed the Lay Training year program designed by Brite University. In the Assistant Pastor capacity he fills the Pulpit and facilitates Sunday school or Bible Studies as needed. Todd may also lend his creativity to special services during the church seasons or create workshops to teach about services or roles within the church.
Todd’s vcore belief is that as pastor he is to point people to Christ by using the standard of the Word righlty interpreted in love and compassion.. He is currently a board member of WRCC Legacy and also North Texas Rise Against Hunger
Michael W. Brown, Jr.