Luke serves as the Associate Minister of the Farmington Church of Christ, where he has been since 2006. He loves teenagers, and is devoted to helping them develop a mature and lasting faith in Jesus.
Luke and his wife Caroline have two children: Kinsley (6) and Seth (2). Luke is a graduate of Harding University and Harding School of Theology. In his free time, Luke enjoys spending time with his family, reading, writing on his blog, playing ultimate frisbee, and cheering for the Arkansas Razorbacks and Atlanta Braves.
One of the original founders of Deeper Youth Ministry, Luke works as the Director of the Deeper Youth Conference and is also involved in the creation, compilation, and editing of Deeper Youth Resources.
Jeremy was born and raised in Florida. He has spent the last 15 years in ministry and over 20 years in missions, and currently serves as the Youth & Family Minister at the Johnson Church of Christ.
He holds a B.A. in Youth & Family Ministry and a Masters in Teaching from Harding University. The Lord has blessed him with 15 years of marriage to his wife Leah and three girls: Sarah (11), Laura (7), and Abby (2). Jeremy’s day always begins with coffee, but his joy comes from serving God and bringing others to become more like Christ.
Jeremy’s primary involvement with DYM focuses on Social Media Promotion and Engagement, and all aspects of Deeper Youth Resources.
Darren is the Youth Minister at the Center Street Church of Christ, where he also serves as a shepherd. Additionally, Darren has preached at the Black Oak Church of Christ for the last 30 years.
He teaches United States History at Central Junior High School in Springdale, and is a retired football and basketball coach. Darren and his wife Joanna are the parents of four adult children: Kaleb, Jonathan, Zachariah, and Savannah.
Darren loves teaching from the Holy Scriptures, and often uses his coaching experiences to motivate
young people to battle for the Lord.
Darren’s primary involvement with DYM focuses on the planning and logistics of the Deeper Youth Conference.