Dr. Adam Brewer
Adam has a deep love for God and is passionate about building up Christ’s church. His primary desire and purpose is multiplying followers of Christ by living, preaching, and teaching God’s Word (the Bible) in a variety of settings. From preaching Sunday sermons and teaching in-home discipleship groups to hosting our annual basketball camps and investing in students throughout local Walker County schools, our pastor’s ministry is driven by the desire to lead others into living a Spirit-empowered life shaped by the living Word of God.
Adam has a desire to continually grow as a person and pastor. He understands the necessity of being an ever-maturing pastor to lead others. He has earned a Bachelor of Sciences degree (B.S.) in Business Management from Auburn University of Montgomery (AUM), holds a Masters of Divinity (M.Div.) from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry degree (D. Min) at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, AL. In addition to his preaching and teaching ministry, Adam writes articles and devotionals that appear on our “From the Preacher’s Heart” page of this website.
Adam and his wife Lindsay have served Glory Fellowship since October 2007, and they are now parents to two boys, Timothy and Nathan. Spending time with his family is important to our pastor, as he seeks to model what a Christian husband and father are to be. He also enjoys being a part of mission trips, playing basketball, watching college football, and reading
Worship and Families Pastor
Randy serves as Worship and Families Pastor at Glory Fellowship. He previously served in public education as a teacher and coach.
Randy and the Praise Team seek to lead the congregation into a passionate and intimate time of praise and worship each service. They want Glory Fellowship to be a place where people can experience a divine encounter with the Lord and have their hearts prepared to receive the teaching of the Word of God.
As Families Pastor, Randy seeks to serve the congregation by building and maintaining relationships within the church family. He has a desire to assist new families in being assimilated into the life of the church through various groups and ministries. Randy also has a desire to help connect members to ministries and service opportunities in which they are gifted and called.
Randy and his wife, Amy, are blessed with a wonderful family. Daughter, Kennedy Stracner is a senior at UAB. Daughter, Kelsey and her husband Austin West are soon expecting their first child, Drake West.
“My family and I are truly blessed with the opportunity to serve at Glory Fellowship. We love our church family and are excited to see what God is doing through the people here at Glory.”
Tammy was born in Jasper, Al and has lived here most of her life. She attended Walker College and has an Associate Degree in Business and a Certificate of Office Management. She married Randy McCain in 1982. They have three children, Matthew Randall, Megan Lindsey, and Mason Christopher. Randy and Tammy have a business in Sumiton, Alabama.
Tammy is a Care Group leader for our ladies group each Sunday. She loves digging in the Word and studying with these ladies and it is her goal for each lady to grow closer to the Lord and gain wisdom as we study each week. It is both a responsibility and a privilege to lead them.
Tammy enjoys missions, visiting with her children, reading, oil painting, and hopes to travel one day.
Tammy loves working at the church and enjoys talking to our church family and helping meet their needs along with meeting new people who call or come by our church.
This quote by Charles Spurgeon sums up the importance of each person God allows me to come in contact with while still on this earth; “If sinners be damned, at least let them leap to Hell over our dead bodies. And if they perish, let them perish with our arms wrapped about their knees, imploring them to stay. If Hell must be filled, let it be filled in the teeth of our exertions, and let not one go unwarned and unprayed for.”
Philip Williams, Student Pastor
After serving our community as a public school teacher and coach for 11 years, Philip has accepted a call into student ministry at Glory.
Philip's goals for the youth ministry are to help foster in students a desire to know God in a life-changing, non-typical way and to disciple students so that they learn to live their lives with the two most important characteristics of holy living: love and humility.
Philip holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama, a master's degree from the University of West Alabama and an educational specialist's degree from Jacksonville State University.
Philip has a wonderful help-mate, Megan, who serves as a special education teacher at Sumiton Middle School. They have 3 children together, Drew, Waverly, and Cooper.
In his free time, Philip enjoys Alabama basketball, a good binge-watch of a show and coffee and any non-coconut pie.