SUNDAYS: 9AM, 10AM, 11AM,
11:30AM & 1PM
2477 North Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX 78232
SUNDAYS: 9AM & 11AM
Timberwood Park Elementary
26715 S. Glenrose Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78260
2477 North Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX 78232
Dr. Ed Newton became the Lead Pastor at Community Bible Church in January 2016. His calling includes evangelism, pastoring, teaching God’s Word, and connecting with people of all ages and cultures. Ed Newton is husband to his college sweetheart Stephanie and dad to London, Lola, Liv, and Lawson.It was in the midst of adversity and major hardship during his high school years that Ed began his relationship with Christ. Because of his own radical salvation experience, he has the ability to meet people where they are and to minister to them during tough times. Through the encouragement of others and the study of scripture, as a senior in high school, Ed realized God was calling him to the ministry. He began his collegiate journey at Clearwater Christian College in Florida, then went on to earn Masters degrees in religious education and divinity, as well as a Doctorate in pulpit communication and expository preaching.
Ed has since served in various church staff positions, such as youth pastor, recreation pastor, and minister of outreach and single adults. He spent several years in a faith-based itinerant evangelism ministry. Just prior to coming to CBC, he concurrently held support roles as staff evangelist at First Baptist Church, Central Florida, acted as executive director of the Lift Tour, and taught as a faculty member at Student Leadership University in Orlando. Using all these experiences, God has uniquely gifted and prepared Ed to lead the people of CBC.
In 1986, just one year after he began his personal relationship with Christ, then college student Scott Kindig was called by God to the ministry, and he has been living to draw others to Jesus ever since. Scott was born in Nashville, Tennessee, but his spiritual journey and ministry career began in Georgia and continued there throughout college and seminary. In addition to serving on staff at several churches in roles such as Youth Pastor, Disciple-Making Pastor, and Chief of Staff / Executive Pastor, he has had the opportunity to minister at numerous leadership development events, student camps and events around the nation. Scott also has served the Georgia Baptist Convention as a Youth Ministry Consultant and, most recently, has been part of a ministry that multiplies leaders around the world, with the goal of expanding God’s Kingdom influence through discipleship and missions. He has been trained and certified in ministry coaching, disciple-making, learning communities, identity and calling, and vision templating for congregations. It is his passion to invest in leaders to effect change in the world.
Scott loves to be called “husband” by his beautiful wife Kim and “daddy” by their four amazing children, Seth (and his wife Laura), Nate, Drew, and Mary Beth and is anxious to add “grand daddy” to his titles. Scott and Kim love being disciple-makers and pray for God’s influence to expand and deepen both in their family and in the extended family of the Kingdom of God.
Kevin has been married to his wife Lisa for 27 years, and they have three children. Their oldest and only daughter, Amber, was recently married and they gained a new son in law, Jared. They have two boys: Brandon who resides in Atlanta after graduating from college; and Jared, who is finishing high school in 2018.
Kevin enjoys hanging out with his family, playing tennis, and cheering on the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Betsy grew up in Lebanon, Tennessee. She was very active in church ministry from a young age and felt God’s calling at the age of 16. Betsy spent some time as a summer missionary in Nashville, Tennessee and went on to spend 18 years at LifeWay growing her expertise in the field of communications. In 2001 Betsy made a step of faith and moved to San Antonio, TX to join CBC. She has taken the Communications staff from 1 to 30 and has helped CBC grow exponentially in a smooth and skillful transition. In her spare time, Betsy serves as a San Antonio Police Chaplain and WNBA Chaplain.
Matt grew up in Tullahoma, TN and began following Jesus as a senior in High School. After leading a Bible study with some of his friends, he felt a call and surrender to ministry within a few months. He met his wife, Rachel, of 16 years at Union University in Jackson, TN. After graduating from seminary in Ft. Worth, TX, Matt and Rachel served in churches in Kentucky and most recently Memphis, Tennessee. They have two daughters, Addie and Ainsley, and a dog that really pays no attention to Matt.
Matt has a passion for seeing students take ownership of their faith and pursuing God’s call on their life. He also wants to see families be on mission together. In his spare time, Matt enjoys being with his family, running, woodworking, and experiencing all that San Antonio has to offer.
Sean volunteered and interned in several different youth ministries from 1993 to 1998 in several cities in Texas and Oklahoma. In 1998 he began his full-time Children’s Ministry career at Fellowship Church in Grapevine, Texas. In 2001, Sean began his career here at CBC in the Children’s ministry. Sean has been on staff at CBC for 14 years. He has been married to his wife Julie for almost 17 years, has two kids, and his favorite thing in the world is hanging out with his family and making great memories!
Born in San Antonio, Craig was raised in a Christian family, the oldest of seven children. Craig graduated from Trinity University with a degree in Business Administration. A distinguished Military Graduate and Army ROTC scholarship recipient, he proudly served as a commissioned officer in the US Army – Medical Service Corp. A great passion for travel and a desire to serve the church led him to the missions program at Community Bible Church. Craig and his department are actively engaged with supporting ministry partners globally as well as serving the needs of the community in partnership with local faith-based non-profit agencies and organizations.
Royce was born and raised right here in San Antonio where he greatly enjoys Tex-Mex food and sweet tea. His education includes a Master’s and Doctorate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. Before joining the staff at CBC, he planted Bible churches in Adkins and La Vernia and has 18 years of experience as a Lead Teaching Pastor. He is passionate about seeing people come fully alive by having Jesus live in and through them (Galatians 2:20), and believes that small groups are the best place to see this transformation and growth take place. Royce and his wife Tracy have two daughters, Rachel and Emily.
Drew was born and raised in a little town in East Texas. He grew up attending a small country church but wasn’t captured by the grace of Jesus until the age of 17. He graduated from East Texas Baptist University with a Bachelors Degree in Biblical Studies and a minor in Psychology. While in college, Drew began to travel, perform and share the Gospel at student camps and conferences and after graduating he spent a year living in a car with his friend and musician, driving all over America, sharing their gifts with whoever would allow them the opportunity.
In 2006, he felt God stir within his heart a passion to plant churches in the most unchurched region of our country (Pacific Northwest) among the most unchurched age group (college students). He spent 11 years there planting churches throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho and raising up young leaders to become church planters, leaders and disciple-makers. Drew also got to work with the North American Mission Board to help start and lead a leadership development project of a leadership pipeline across all seven of their church plant campuses.
Drew is married to his lovely wife, Jane, and he still travels, performs and speaks throughout the year and loves building up and training the Church and is thankful to serve and be a part of the bride of Christ.
God has always had a special vision for Marguerite regarding her service to Him. Raised in the church, she felt a call to ministry as a teenager. With her education and training as a marriage and family therapist, Marguerite began the development of CBC’s Care & Support Ministry in 1996. What began with 2 support groups has grown over the years into a large, vibrant ministry that includes recovery groups, support groups, counseling and a strong premarital program. Marguerite is also the author of the Who You Are (formerly known as Wise Counsel) curriculum, CBC’s leadership training program.
Amanda Singer is the Vocal Music pastor at CBC and has been since 1996. With the goal of teaching worship as a lifestyle, Amanda writes and arranges music relevant to kid’s day-to-day lives. Amanda has also composed and arranged pieces for the adult choir. Amanda attended JSU in north Alabama for undergrad and went to Seminary at SMU in Dallas. She is married to Gary and they have two sons who now attend Texas State University. Amanda and her family live in Bulverde, Texas where she enjoys spending time in her garden.
Ruth was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas and attended the University of Texas at San Antonio. She accepted the Lord as a first grader at kid’s camp. She spent many years in the retail industry training department managers. She is married to Bill and they have three children. Ruth joined CBC as a volunteer for MOPs, from there she has been a leader in children’s ministry, groups, and care & support. Ruth has the opportunity to minister to others by helping them discover their gifts, serve their church and welcome first time guests.
David was born in Alabama and grew up in Louisiana and Texas. He has lived in San Antonio since 1989 and has been a member of CBC since 1993. He is married to Liz and they have 5 children. David began his career at CBC as an audio engineer, which led him to being the head of the audio team and becoming an associate pastor of Communications. He loves to sing, spend time with his family, cook and watch the Saints play football.
Jeanie graduated from the University of Texas and later Washington University in St. Louis with dual Master’s degrees in Social Work and Counseling. Her previous work includes Child Protective Services, Adolescent Residential Treatment, Individual and Family Counseling, Adoptions and Foster Care. Her most valued career was raising three wonderful children with her husband, Mark, to whom she has been married to for 33 years. They have been at CBC since 1997 and Jeanie has been on staff since 2008. Her passion is helping others in the midst of life’s challenges and circumstances find true peace and hope through Jesus. She enjoys teaching and speaking, spending time with friends and family and traveling.
Amy attended the University of North Carolina and graduated with a BS degree in Mathematics. After serving in the U.S. Air Force as a B-52 Navigator, she began leading worship in Shreveport, LA until moving to San Antonio. Amy has been leading worship at CBC since 2005 and became a licensed pastor in 2012. She leads worship on a weekly basis at Lackland Air Force Base and serves in a number of worship ministries at CBC. She also teaches piano lessons through the CBC Fine Arts School.
Amy lives in New Braunfels with her four boys: Samuel, Luke, Daniel, and Noah and their three dogs.
Scott has served as CBC’s Elementary Pastor for 5 years. Our Elementary team serves our kids through a variety of ministries and events, including Kids Church, VBS, Kids Camp, our Axcess Special Needs ministry, and many others. Scott is a graduate of Texas Tech University and Midwestern Seminary. He’s always interested in good coffee and conversation about music, kids, fiction, history, and any Bible verse. He’s married to Sharlain, his high school sweetheart, and they have four children.
Stephanie was born and raised in south Mississippi before relocating to Texas in 1997. She has been a member of CBC since 1998 and on staff in the Women’s Ministry since 2012. She is passionate about teaching God’s Word to women and helping women live joyful, fulfilled lives through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Stephanie and her husband, Dean, have two children, Leanna and Nate.
Phil Vega has been involved in worship ministry since 1998 and began serving at Community Bible Church in 2008. He is a thinker, a devoted student of new ideas and skills, a passionate creative, and an ardent pursuer of Christ. Phil married Jen in 2005 and together they have five children.
Micah first joined CBC in January 2016 and serves the house as the Student Worship Pastor.
He experienced God moving in his life at an early age and came to hear the call to ministry at age 15. His journey took him to Bible College and from being a church janitor to kids/student ministry. Through every experience, music has always been an integral part of his life.
He married his wife Tina in 2013 and their daughter Honor joined them soon after. After 12 years of leading and loving, Micah is overjoyed to be a part of what The Lord is doing here at CBC!
Aaron was born and raised in the DEEP SOUTH! In fact Aaron grew up in the small outback coastal town called Portland, AUSTRALIA. Sharing his backyard with kangaroos, koalas, and many other wild critters was an everyday experience, along with throwing another shrimp on the Barbie. Aaron was raised by Christian parents and at the age of 13 made the decision to trust Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
In 8th grade he felt God calling him to ministry as his love for God’s Word and serving were very strong in his life. He was actively involved serving in Youth and College ministry throughout high school and while at University. Aaron was blessed with a gift for playing, competing, and pursuing many sports, a love for the outdoors, pursuing recreation and coaching in many forms. He graduated from Flinders University of South Australia with a Science Degree in Marine Biology, and in 2001 moved to Alaska to pursue a career as a Marine Biologist. Just like Jonah ran from God’s calling, so too did Aaron, but in 2008 Aaron submitted to God’s calling and completed an internship in his home church in Australia. Seeking greater ministry training Aaron moved from Australia to South Western Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth TX in 2009 to begin his Master’s Degree in Christian Education, Sports Ministry, and Administration (2013).
Aaron has since served in various positions as a youth, college/young adult pastor, and as a sport & recreation minister in Florida and Texas. Prior to coming on staff at CBC, he held a position of Sport & Recreation Minister at First Baptist Church Carrollton, TX, helping to manage and direct a large church sports facility organizing children’s and adult’s sports leagues and events. Aaron’s passion is to faithfully preach and teach God’s Word and minister to all those who he comes in contact with on and off the field. With a love for dogs, kayaking, the beach, and sports of all kinds, he also enjoys a good movie, and spending time with family and friends.