Ben Booth

Guest Contributor

Ben was born in Irving, Texas but currently lives in Dallas, Texas.

Formerly being the Drum captain at his high school, Ben is a lover of percussion, piano and anything that has to do with music. This passion for music brought him into a music scholarship at Oklahoma State University where he went to pursue a degree in Music Education. While he was at OSU, he was involved in Chi Alpha Assemblies of God ministries and Eagle Heights Baptist Church.

His love for ministry and evangelism increased because of his fellowship in both of these ministries, eventually pushing him to surrender to full-time ministry. He is now attending Dallas Baptist University pursuing a degree in Biblical Studies.

Ben came to know the Lord at the age of eighteen while listening to a sermon from The Village Church in Flower Mound, Texas. God has been using him these last two years to reach others, glorifying His name.

Ben’s mission is primarily to glorify his Savior and make disciples of all nations. His dream and vision for the ministry is to Pastor in a local church and to evangelize the nations, sharing the good news with God’s current and future children.

Ben currently serves at Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church in Texas. He also serves in ministry at Dallas Baptist University working with international students and teaching them about Jesus.

Aaron Speer

Guest Contributor

Aaron Speer was born and raised in Arlington, Texas.

An avid martial artist, weightlifter, and lover of sports such as ultimate frisbee and soccer, he went to Martin High School, and is currently enrolled at TCC. Aaron is working on his Associates Degree in Applied Sciences and two automotive certificates before moving on to bigger and better things.

Aaron believes God has designed him to serve. After a trip to Haiti where he built a house for a family, he realized that people have very practical needs. One of the ways Aaron hopes to fulfill those needs is through learning how to work on cars and other practical skills that come his way.

Aaron is also drawn to philosophy, a unique style of thinking that has drastically changed his life and his faith. He plans to one day teach philosophy in hopes of challenging people to question their existence in hope that God will be glorified.

One phrase constantly controls his actions in everyday life, “Love God by loving people, serve God by serving people” (John 13:34). This has and will continue to challenge Aaron to be mission-minded in everything from school, to his career and relationships.

He is an employee, long-time member, and servant of Pantego Bible Church in Fort Worth, Texas.