Dennis & Susan Anderson arrived with their three children at Apostolic Faith Tabernacle in November of 1985. The membership consisted of 16 voting members. Now, decades later, AFT averages well over 250 people in the Sunday morning worship service.
Pastor Anderson has also served in several UPCI leadership roles including: Arkansas Youth president, Sunday School Secretary, Home Missions Director and presently he is the District Superintendent of the Arkansas District. He is also the Chaplain with the Arkansas State Police Troop K with 14 years of service to the department.
Will and Christin joined the staff at Apostolic Faith Tabernacle in 2011 to serve as Student Pastor. In 2014 Will moved into the Associate Pastor position where he serves today. In 2008 Will graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and also completed the internship at the POA Training Center in Alexandria, LA. Christin is blessed with an amazing voice and gift to sing and lead worship.
They are blessed with two beautiful daughters named Kynlee and Karlee. The Culberson’s have a passion for Apostolic ministry and helping others grow in their walk with God.
Austin and Joelle love life and have a passion for seeing young people succeed and have a deeper relationship with God. Austin & Joelle are blessed with a sweet daughter, Aunah.
Tony Hamilton has been with AFT since 2011 and has been the A.C.T.S. (alcohol chemical treatment series) program director since the later part of 2012. He began his ministry working as a counselor for a faith based drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in 2005. From 2005-2009 he certified several individuals and churches in the Arkansas District with the A.C.T.S. training and certification.
Together with his wife Cierah, many men and women battling with addictions receive counseling in a classroom setting as well as on a one on one basis.