CBC Crisis Response Team
CBC Response Team

The CBC Response Team is a group of mobilized people who share the Love of Jesus with survivors of environmental catastrophes by serving their most immediate physical needs. CBC RT members are trained, resourced, and ready to respond to crisis and emergency events that happen in our city and around the country. 

If you’re interested in learning more about the CBC Response Team, use the links below for more information and to tell us a little bit more about yourself! 


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Outfit the Trailer

Part of CBC Response Team’s preparation for crisis events involves procuring and maintaining critical equipment. Our goal is to be able to outfit as many as (4) 4 person crews working simultaneously in situations like storm cleanup, flood demolition, first responder support, and security. To that end, we have outfitted a 24 ft trailer that is stocked with tools and supplies to support operations and is always in a state of readiness.

The team does require consumable goods to be stocked from time to time and the Amazon link below is available if you’d like to contribute.

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Team Leaders

CJ serves as the Community Engagement Director for CBC Global and was hired in part to create a crisis response team. CJ served as a Lead Pastor, Church Planter, and Next Gen Pastor for 20 years prior to coming to CBC. He also has a decade of experience and credentials as a professional and volunteer Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, and has responded to numerous ecological disasters, hazmat emergencies, wildfires, mass casualty incidents, and medical calls. CJ served as Chaplain to several metropolitan Fire Departments and led members through crisis counseling and critical incident stress debriefings.

Thomas Talley, PMP, LTC, US Army (Ret)

Thomas Talley is a retired U.S. Army officer whose career included serving as a Logistics Officer, a Civil Affairs Officer and a Strategic Plans Officer. Over the course of his career he has held leadership roles in planning and participating in humanitarian assistance/disaster response operations in the U.S. and abroad. One of his career highlights was commanding all active-duty U.S. Army Civil Affairs Forces that rapidly deployed in support of relief efforts in Thailand, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka following the 2004 East Asia Tsunami (December 26, 2004). Tom brings an emphasis on ensuring teams are properly trained, logistically prepared, and focused on establishing close engagement with affected populations to best identify their needs and how to meet those needs in a sustainable manner.

David W Johnson, MBA, MS, MAJ, US ARMY(Ret)

David enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1988 and is a U.S. Army Combat Veteran of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm; Operation Enduring (II,IV,VI,XII) and Iraqi Freedom. David earned his B.A. in Business Administration from Saint Martin’s University; Army ROTC commission as a lieutenant from Pacific Lutheran University, and an MBA from Texas State University. He has served in the parachute infantry, as a health service support officer and deployed to numerous interagency operations, joint and multi-national (NATO) missions, national defense, and international cooperative agreements. He retired as an Army Major with 30 years of service and is currently the CEO of Pathfinder Solutions Group.

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