Dustin and his wife Whitney (a fightn' Texas Aggie!) live in Carrollton with their goldendoodle, Schaeffer. Before starting his doctoral work in religion/ethics at La Salle University, Dustin graduated from Boyce College and Covenant Theological Seminary, serving as Editor-in-Chief of Covenant’s Bantam Journal while a student.A frequent speaker at camps, retreats, and conferences, Dustin's writings have been published by a host of organizations, including: the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics, the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, the Gospel Coalition, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, Mere Orthodoxy, and the Theopolis Institute.
In addition to his pastoral responsibilities, Dustin serves as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Cultural Leadership and teaches theology at Legacy Christian Academy, Frisco, TX.
Bill is the Sr. Pastor of Christ Church (PCA) in Carrollton, a church he planted after decades of pastoral ministry. Before moving to Dallas, Bill had pastored in Vancouver, CA, and in the greater Boston, MA area before that. Bill is a graduate of University of Mississippi and Virginia Theological Seminary. As a student at Ole Miss, Bill helped start one of the first chapters of Reformed University Fellowship. He and his wife Leslie have five kids, one son-in-law, and one handsome grandson, William!
Colin moved to Dallas to attend Redeemer Seminary, where he's completing his Master of Divinity. Before starting at Redeemer, Colin studied at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. Colin met his wife, Sarah (a flautist), at Eastman through their mutual involvement with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. A talented composer, percussionist, and teacher, Colin's work can be purchased here.
Nick made his way to Dallas and the PCA after graduating from college in the Bay Area and getting a fortuitous cup of coffee at the C2 Cafe (respectively)! Both Nick and his wife, Aleesa, originally come from Southern California and are happy to call Dallas their home. Before moving to Dallas, Nick studied at Stanford University where he was actively involved in Reformed University Fellowship on the music team. Nick and Aleesa have currently been blessed with their first son, Danny, currently the youngest member of the Parish Project! When not assisting at the Parish Project, Nick can be found drinking coffee, reading, or playing board games throughout the DFW Metrocrest.
Kristin moved to the DFW area in 2012 after graduating from Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY. At Southern, Kristin pursued a degree in biblical counseling and was an active member of Sojourn Community Church. In addition to using her gifts in music, counseling, and leadership at the Parish Project, Kristin teaches science and writing at a local Title 1 Elementary School.