Sharon is a native Texan who was raised in a loving home and close to lots of family. She graduated from Lamar University and worked in banking management for over twenty-one years and became the Director of Banking Operations, specializing in systems management, acquisitions and fraud prevention. Sharon left banking in 2002 to focus on her family and later assisted a friend in the vacuum coatings industry. In 2008, Sharon joined the staff of Mont Belvieu’s First Baptist Church as the church administrator and treasurer.
Sharon met and married her husband, Ron, while in college. They have two adult daughters, Jamie and Angela, who attend college. She and her family have been members of FBCMB since they moved to the community in 1994. Ron serves as a deacon. Together they have served as Sunday School teachers for children two to eighteen and led adult small groups.
In her spare time, Sharon enjoys good movies, reading, racquetball, sudoku puzzles, and great comedians.
“This is My command: be strong and courageous. Never be afraid or discouraged because I am your God, the Eternal One, and I will remain with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9
Thomas has been going to FBCMB for over seven years. Before being on staff Thomas served as Sunday School teacher for both youth and adults, ministered as a youth and pastoral intern, and has gone on mission trips to spread the Gospel. He has his Bachelor's degree from College of Biblical Studies and an M. Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Thomas and his wife Leslie have been married since November 16, 2002. They have three children, Natalie, Jordan, and Harper. Some of Thomas' passions are encouraging God's people to grow in discipleship, studying God's Word, and preaching. Outside of his family and ministry, he enjoys reading, playing board games, and Golf, and watching football. He does does enjoy watching the Astros, but he knows that this is merely a crutch to sustain him until kickoff of the first game of the season.
"Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ." – 1 Thessalonians 5:23