Acts 29’s US South Central Network ranges from the central plains of Nebraska, Kansas to western Missouri to Oklahoma and Texas.

This Network includes growing cities and historic rural communities with a rich history. With the growth of our immigrant population and many global industries that reside in our cities, the world is coming to us at incredible rates.

The South Central is home to many world-class leaders and influential churches and we are strategically positioned to plant diverse, global churches within the borders of our own network while also partnering with church planters abroad.

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Dusty Thompson Network Director | US South Central Dusty Thompson planted Redeemer Church in Lubbock, Texas in the fall of 2007. Redeemer has a vision to plant 20 churches in the US and send 20 teams internationally to work among unreached peoples by the year 2020. He is married to Amy and they have two sons.
Rick White Support Director Rick lives in far north Fort Worth, Texas with his wife Stephanie and their four children. Rick is the lead pastor of CityView Church. Rick currently serves the Texas region of the US South Central network to carry out Acts 29’s vision of being a diverse, global family of church-planting churches.
Bob Thune Heartland Regional Director Bob Thune is the lead pastor of Coram Deo Church in Omaha, Nebraska, which he planted in 2005. He is also the author of Gospel Eldership and co-author of The Gospel-Centered Life.
Will Walker Will Walker Central/South Texas Regional Director After six years as a missionary to college students at the University of Texas, and four years as an associate pastor at Coram Deo church in Omaha, NE, Will followed God’s call to plant Providence Church in the fall of 2010. Will and his wife Debbie are the parents of two boys, Ethan and Holden.
Trevor Joy Trevor Joy North Texas Regional Director Trevor is the Spiritual Formation Pastor at The Village Church. After graduating from Texas A&M, he and his wife, Rachel, served with a national campus ministry and then with a church plant in Frisco, TX before joining the staff at The Village Church. Trevor and Rachel have one daughter.
Chad Clarkson Chad Clarkson Houston Regional Director Chad is the co-founder of the Houston Church Planting Network and now serves as the Executive Director. After being involved in planting churches in Iowa and South Carolina he moved to Houston where he served for ten years as the Pastor of Church Planting and Missions at Clear Creek Community Church.
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