Billy is married to Katherine and they have two daughters, Abigail and Alden. They live in North Richland Hills and enjoy travelling together as a family.
Billy serves on the following local boards: Birdville Education Foundation, Child Evangelism Fellowship of Greater Fort Worth, North Richland Hills Substandard Building Board and the Rebel Legacy Project. He also serves as a chaplain for the North Richland Hills Police Department.
Since his early teenage years, Alan has been involved in music ministry. First, with a Christian band called Judah (later changed to Between Thieves). Then, through the worship ministries of Glenview and First Colleyville. In 2019, Alan took on the role of worship leader with Freedom Church, a ministry geared towards parolees who have recently been released from prison. Alan’s ministry with Crossmark begin in February of 2022.
Alan has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Business Administration in Marketing, both from Dallas Baptist University. Alan’s day job is as a Contracting Officer for General Services Administration, serving both military and civilian Government customers.
Alan and his wife Jennifer have been married since 2000 and they have three children: Anna, Gracie, and Joshua. As a family, the Craigs like to travel, play board games, make music, laugh, and a number of other activities. Alan’s non-music interests include running, other outdoor activities, smoking meat, and photography.
The Anthonys have served five churches in Oklahoma, Michigan and Texas, and joined Crossmark in 2018. Scott serves as Minister of Discipleship and can usually be found in the tech booth on Sundays running the sound system. He has Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Marci is a part of the worship team, singing and playing the flute. Together they enjoy television mysteries and spending time with family, particularly their seven amazing grandchildren!
God, His Spirit, and His Word are the guiding center of my life. At the age of 14, I said the “Sinner’s Prayer”. I felt God's love through His people, and church became more important to me. Looking back, it may have been more of an escape from my tough home-life, but I was committed; rarely ever missing a chance to attend and often winning awards for my Bible knowledge. At the same time, I was living a dual life; filled with drugs, alcohol, and improper relationships. God was a part of my life, but not my Lord. In May of 1998 God got a hold of my heart fully! I realized He and His message of love was the only constant in my life, and then I fully surrendered my life to Christ, I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior and have never looked back.
I attended Arlington Baptist College, and since I continue to pursue a deeper understanding of God, His ways, and His calling on my life. He continues to me closer through many methods including: biblical studies, conferences, online courses, and close relationships with other men and women of faith. He has grown me tremendously in my faith and understanding over my past 22 years of ministry, God developed a passion in my heart for the periods in a person’s life where so many strong memories and relationships are made.
Joanna was born and raised east of the Metroplex in a little town called Ranger, TX. She met her husband Ruben in kindergarten and together they have three children: Eli, Ava, and Anastyn. She attended Tarleton State University, where she majored in Psychology. Joanna and her family have lived in North Richland Hills since 2011 and have been members at Crossmark Church since 2018 .