Stan has been in full-time ministry since 1996, and he began working with us in February 2017. He is the author of several books, videos, and articles. Stan graduated from David Lipscomb University with a bachelor's in history. He holds a master's of ministry from Freed Hardeman University and is working on his Ph.D. in humanities at Faulkner University.
Stan is married to Georgia Harmon Butt, and they have two daughters, Emma and Grace Anne, who are both Biology majors at Freed Hardeman University. In his free time, he likes to read, play cards, and hunt.
Chris Parker and his wife Lana have attended Peachtree City Church of Christ for 18 years. He was born and raised in Phenix City, Ala., and moved to Newnan for work after graduating from Auburn University.
As the family involvement minister, Chris focuses on families and children. He directs Peachtree City Church of Christ’s annual week at Camp Inagehi, organizes Timothy and Tabitha classes, and heads up Lads to Leaders. He also supports the deacons over the Jesus’ Lambs and Tweens ministries, as well as growth groups.
Before coming on staff in 2016, Chris worked in the private sector as a project manager for AT&T for nearly 18 years. He and his wife Lana have been married for nearly 20 years and have two sons, Jackson and Logan. In his spare time, Chris loves lazy days at home or watching his boys play ball. He enjoys all things Auburn, fishing, camping and the occasional round of golf.
Morris Jones was born in Jacksonville, Fla. and grew up in Riverdale, Ga. Morris attended Georgia College and State University and graduated in the Summer of 2011 with a Bachelors of Science/General Degree/Liberal Arts. He then attended the Georgia Institute of Technology and graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering in the Summer of 2014. Morris then graduated from the Georgia School of Preaching in the Fall of 2020.
Morris is currently employed as a Quality Engineer at Panasonic Automotive. He has also served as our part-time College Age/Young Professions Minister since the fall of 2020. Morris works to support our college age students and our young professionals.