Pastor Don Grant and his wife Margie
I am so excited to be a part of the great work that God is doing at FBCWebster!
My wife Margie and I received the gift of salvation from our Lord Jesus Christ the same night during a revival service at Riverbend Baptist Church in Gainesville, Georgia. My wife and I have been involved in ministry since 1991. In 1992 I was licensed by Riverbend Baptist Church to preach the gospel after completing the requirements of study and testing. In 1993, I was ordained at Peach Point Baptist Church also in Gainesville, GA. Some of my ministries include:
- Staff Pastor of JRS Custom Fabrication, Inc. for 6 years.
- Youth/Student Ministry at Trinity Baptist Church in Ocala, Fl.
- Prison Ministry at Lowell Correctional Institute in Ocala for over 10 years.
- RA’s, GA’s, Evangelism at Riverbend and Peach Point in Gainesville, Ga.
- Margie served as Minister of Worship Assistant at Trinity Baptist in Ocala for over 2 years.
- Margie now leads our choir here at FBCWebster
Margie and I are so excited to be a part of God’s great work here in Webster! I guess you could say, “We are ALL IN!” I’d love to take the time and get to know you and answer any questions you might have, contact me anytime!
In His Grip of Grace, Pastor
Student Minister Mark Robinson
It has been almost 15 years since I gave my life to Christ at a youth conference called Acquire the Fire. God then proceeded to put out the call to me to leave my public school job of 10 years and transition into full-time youth ministry. I have worked with students for over 22 years. I have been married to my soul mate, Teresa, for 22 years. We have been blessed with 2 children: Kayla, age 14 and Joshua, age 12. My deepest blessing is both my kids and my wife have made the decision to make Christ the Lord and Savior of their lives and be baptized. I was blessed to serve as a youth minister for two Methodist Churches in the Tampa, FL area. Through the years as a youth pastor and a teacher, I developed a passion for missions and discipleship of students and their families.
In 2009, I answered a calling to leave my youth ministry job, and do full-time mission work. We sold our house, as well as most of our possessions, and moved into a 5th wheel RV. We served in Mullens, West Virginia, an economically challenged community. Our non-profit, The Way America Inc., opened a 10,000 sq. ft. faith-based youth center. We trained/empowered the local people to maintain it, and moved back to Tampa. My desire to lead a student ministry has brought me to FBC Webster. My family and I see Webster as our new mission field. We are excited to partner with your congregation to minister to students and their families in Webster.
With God’s Blessings, Brother Mark