Eric & Juli Smith
Called into ministry as a young teen, Eric Smith graduated from Central Bible College (CBC), Springfield, MO in 1988 with a B.A. in Biblical Studies. Over the past twenty-six years, Eric has served the Kingdom of God as a Youth Pastor, Worship Leader and Senior Pastor. Juli Smith, Eric’s wife of 27 years who also attended CBC and Evangel University, has worked alongside Eric in every aspect of ministry.
Both Eric and Juli were raised in church and are passionate for the presence of God and consider themselves revivalists. While they are self-described as being a blend of traditional and contemporary, they desire to see the power of a supernatural God intersect with our daily lives. Their passion is to reach those who need Christ’s saving power and to disciple believers into a radical, on-fire relationship with Jesus Christ. Eric is author of the book The Fire Must Never Go Out available HERE.
Miranda & Chris Beyer
Young Adult Leaders
Chris and Miranda have been joyfully married since June 2013. Through their ministry, Destiny Young Adults, Chris and Miranda are striving to cultivate relationships within the millennial generation so they feel connected, supported and empowered to live their lives in Christ.
Joe & Chayna Rowland
Joe and Chayna Rowland have served as youth pastors at Destiny since 2013. They are diligently invested in ministering to teenagers and love building genuine relationships with them. At their core, Joe and Chayna, are disciple-makers that are passionate about changing lives around them.
Hannah is finishing up her degree at Wright State University which will be in International Business with a minor in Music. A daughter of missionaries, Hannah spent much of her growing up years in Lima, Peru. She is passionately in love with Jesus Christ and has a big heart to see His Name glorified locally, regionally and globally.
Daniel & Emily Swiggett
Emily loves to have lots of fun and be crazy with our kids. Above all her heart is that families would be empowered to serve Jesus well and that children would encounter the presence of the Holy Spirit.