Speaker Profiles

Stan Myers is married to Mindy and has three grown children.  He attended Biola University and Denver Conservative Baptist Seminary.  He has served Emmanuel Bible Church by teaching, preaching, and shepherding the congregation for more than 15 years.  Stan has a passion for missions and equipping pastors to more accurately handle the Word through training in hermeneutics.  He travels annually to Africa to provide this training to rural pastors who have no other opportunity for instruction.

Dan Morse served as the pastor of Christ Our Redeemer Church, a church plant of Sovereign Grace Ministries. He is committed to Jesus Christ as the Savior of sinners, the good news of the Gospel preached,  and historical Christianity.  He is a son by adoption, husband, father of five, grandfather of nine, rider of motorbikes, and chicken rustler extraordinaire.  He is now offering his wisdom, experience, and preaching to the fellowship of believers at LifePoint Church in Vancouver, Washington.

MurchAndrew Murch
grew up in Northern California and Western Oregon. He is married to Carissa, and has three young girls, Olivia Joy, Sophia Hope and Amelia Faith.  He attended college at Evangel University in Springfield, MO (B.A. Biblical Studies ’03), and seminary at Gordon-Conwell near Boston, MA (M.Div ’06). Andrew loves kicking back with his family, sports, reading, writing, comfort food, education, Words with Friends, and a hot cup of coffee.  He is currently the lead pastor at LifePoint Church in Vancouver, WA.

Sam Cassese  grew up in New York City and in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.sam-and-jo He attended Zion Bible College in Massachusetts where he met his wife Jordann. After graduating he moved to the Great Northwest to join the pastoral staff of LifePoint Church and begin working on his Masters of Divinity in Portland at Western Seminary.  Despite his move across the country, his sports allegiances are now, and forever, with the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Eagles.  He is a dynamic speaker, and you can find some of his recent sermons at http://lifepointvancouver.org/

Brett and JenaBrett Davisson was born and raised in Silverton, Oregon.  He received his Bachelor’s Degree in History and Political Science from Oregon State University, and his Master’s from Western Oregon University.  He married Jena, and they have been blessed with three girls and a boy (ages 7,5,4,2).  Brett teaches high school social studies and coaches basketball, but his passion is church history.  He is a member of Emmanuel Bible Church outside of Salem, Oregon.  He enjoys spending time with family, reading, playing sports, and pretending to be a farmer in his spare time (goats, hogs and chickens so far).

Demetrius Rogers is married to Audrey and has three children (ages 9, 7, 4). He Demitrius Rogersgraduated from Washington State University in 1994 and stayed for an additional 14 years serving in campus ministry. Then his family relocated to Vancouver so that he could attend Western Seminary in Portland. This spring he will receive his second master’s degree in theology. He is currently serving as a pastor in residence at LifePoint church. Demetrius’ passions include the Bible, people, reading great books, and rooting for the Seattle Seahawks.

Tyler Clarensau grew up in Kansas, and went to school at Wichita State University, Tyler Cwhere he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurship and Business Administration.  He has been married to Katie since 2005, and became an associate pastor at LifePoint Church in December 2012.  You can usually find Tyler hanging out with Katie and their daughter, Molly, playing a guitar, reading, writing, or cheering on the (usually unsuccessful) Kansas City Royals and Kansas City Chiefs.  He is a successful singer/songwriter, and has 3 albums currently available on iTunes.

2 Responses to Speaker Profiles

  1. Nancy and Ed Rogers says:

    Hi pastor Stan we remember you from Placerville Bible.church.when you pastored there and have never forgotten you we have always said we are going to find your church when we are in Salem and now I have found it on the Internet We hope to be able to attend your sermon one Sunday

  2. bjdavisson33 says:

    This is not Pastor Stan, but I will pass along the message to him. I’ll give him your email address as well.

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