Unity in Approach, Diversity in Gifts and Style
The preaching team at Trinity Fellowship Church is a natural expression of our unique vision and commitment to faithfully teach God’s Word. TFC is committed to utilizing the diverse gifts of our body in every area and the teaching ministry is no exception. The team dynamic allows us to live out our calling to unity, maintaining a shared philosophy and commitment to the truth of Scripture with diversity in style, perspective, and experience. This dynamic is not only healthy for the body, but for teachers as well. From the early stages of sermon series planning to providing one another feedback along the way, our team allows for mutual edification, encouragement, and accountability. We hope you too can be encouraged in your walk with Christ through the diversity of our gifted teaching ministry.
Meet the Team
Phil spends his week shepherding 9th and 10th grade students in English and Literature at the Episcopal School of Dallas. On Sundays Phil shares the leadership of an Adult Ministry Connection Group. He studied English lit at UTD, and is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary. He has served in a variety of pastoral roles over thirteen years of church ministry, the most recent as the teaching pastor of Mosaic Church in Dallas. Phil and his wife Becca are both Dallas natives and are learning about parenting from their twins Billy and Trixie.
Keith grew up among the rolling mountains of central Pennsylvania in the small town of Hollidaysburg. A Penn State grad, Keith and his wife Beth moved to Dallas in 1995 to study at Dallas Theological Seminary where he graduated with his ThM in May of 2000, and began his DMin studies in pastoral leadership in 2009. After serving as the youth pastor for 4 years at TFC, Keith assumed the role of associate pastor in June 2000. He was named Pastor of TFC in April 2012. He lives in Richardson with wife Beth, four children, labradoodle Diggory, and a flock of chickens.
Mike serves as TFC’s Associate Pastor, overseeing Men’s Ministry, helping with Pastoral Ministry, and serving on the preaching team. Mike graduated in 2011 from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master of Sacred Theology in Old Testament Studies. In addition to TFC ministry, he teaches Bible classes online for Liberty University. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Mike and wife, Libby, have three children: Jonah, Graham, and Olive, plus a high-strung boxer named Zoey. Outside of ministry, Mike’s passion is writing, including fiction and movie reviews.