Family Worship Center Team

Eddie and Amanda Turner, Lead Pastor  width="15"

Serving as Lead Pastor at Family Worship Center since March of 2010, Pastor Eddie brings a wealth of experience to the FWC Pastoral Team. A 1980 graduate of Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, Pastor Eddie has 30 plus years of ministry experience including Lead Pastor in Algood, Tennessee for twenty years and District Superintendent for the Tennessee District Assemblies of God for five years. Pastor Eddie is known as a man of prayer and has a passion for church growth and community outreach. His love for the Word of God shows as he teaches the Word with clarity and knowledge.

Pastor Eddie married his high school sweetheart, Amanda, in 1980 and they have two children, Tyler and Cayce. The Turner’s love for people has drawn them back to the local church. Pastor Eddie and Amanda are excited about the journey at FWC as we find Faith, Family and a Future together in the Boro.

Paul and Ilene Anderson, Pastoral Care  width="15"

Pastor Paul Anderson and his wife, Ilene, came to Tennessee after forty-five years of full-time ministry. Graduates of North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, they began their ministry by traveling twelve years as evangelists in seventeen states. This was followed by a four-year pastorate at the Assemblies of God church in Crosby, North Dakota, and eight and one-half years at Alexandria Assembly of God, Alexandria, Minnesota. Their last pastorate was at Central Assembly of God in Superior, Wisconsin where Paul was lead pastor for eighteen-plus years. Now retired, Pastor Paul serves as a volunteer member of the pastoral care team at FWC.

The Andersons have two married children living in Murfreesboro, all of whom know and love Jesus.

Paul and Ilene consider themselves blessed as they live close to their family and are members of a church that is growing numerically and spiritually.

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Clint and Sally Bryan, College Pastors  width="15"

Clint & Sally Bryan lead Chi Alpha, our campus ministry to Middle Tennessee State University, along with Todd Reynolds and Erin Talley, the activities and outreach coordinators. Clint is a Ph.D. student in the English department at MTSU, where he teaches first-year composition and mentors other teaching assistants. Sally teaches Special Education at Brown’s Chapel Elementary, a Rutherford County school. The Bryans are coming up on their 25th wedding anniversary. They are the parents of two children: Philip and Abby, a junior at Lee University.

Prior to returning to graduate school full-time, the Bryans pastored a multi-ethnic church in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as serving as associate/youth/worship/campus pastors in Illinois and working at National Youth Ministries of the Assemblies of God in Springfield, Mo.

Gus and Laura Garcia, Pastoral Care  width="15"

Pastor Gus joined the FWC Pastoral staff in December of 2004 and currently serves as our Pastoral Care Pastor. In his free time Gus enjoys spending time with his wife, Laura, and their children, Elias, Audriana, and Micah. This young family looks forward to ministry together at FWC in the years to come.

Wayne and Lana Miller, Worship Pastor  width="15"

Pastor Wayne and Lana Miller began their Ministry 18 years ago at FWC, the Millers are from State College, PA. Pastor Wayne is a passionate and enthusiastic worship leader, musician, song writer and producer. He is also a mentor, trainer and team builder who leans on his many years of diverse music ministry experience to direct the FWC Worship Band, Praise Team, Choir and Technical Ministries. The Millers have three gifted children, Brittany, Hayden and Allison who are all involved in Music Ministry.

Ryan and Cynthia Savage, Director of Church and Family Ministries  width="15"

In 2014, Pastor Ryan joined the FWC Pastoral Staff as Director of Church and Family Ministries. He received his degree in Bible and Pastoral Ministries from Evangel University in Springfield, MO. Ryan has served as an Associate Pastor, Youth Pastor, and Family Ministries Pastor in his 14 years of ministry. He also brings to FWC 10 years of banking experience working for both Wilson Bank & Trust and FirstBank in management roles.

In his free time, he loves spending time with his wife Cynthia and their children Reuben, Seth, Lanie and Ava. Cynthia teaches English at Central Magnet and is a Mass Communications graduate from MTSU. Go Blue Raiders! For better or worse, Ryan is a life-long Cowboys fan.

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