|Alan Conner was born and raised in Duncan, Oklahoma. He attended the University of Oklahoma where he earned a B.A. degree. During his college years, he came to know Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior and embraced the reformed doctrines of salvation. He then attended Dallas Theological Seminary and graduated in 1979 with a Th.M. degree. After seminary, in 1980, he married his wife Patti and they have been blessed with two children. Alan was involved in church planting ministries from 1980-88 and then was one of the founding elders for Northwest Bible Church in the fall of 1988.|
|Alan Loeffler was raised in a Christian family in Oklahoma City. After being converted to Christ in high school, he went to Oklahoma State University to study engineering. While there, he put down roots in the faith and learned the joy of ministry through his association with the campus ministry Campus Crusade for Christ. After graduation, he worked as a full-time staff member with the organization for seven years in Illinois, Lebanon and Oklahoma City. While in Champaign, Illinois, he met and married Deborah Beer. He works in his family’s business. He has been associated with Northwest Bible since its formation in 1988.|
Mike Southerland was raised in a Christian home and professed faith in Christ at age five. His parents were Southern Baptist when he was born and moved around to several credo-baptist denominations and movements throughout his childhood. When Mike left home, his parents were in the charismatic, (Word of Faith) movement. Though they continued to explore, Mike stayed in the charismatic movement until rescued from it by the grace of God in 2005. Through a couple of good friends, and two old Reformed books (A.W. Pink’s “The Sovereignty of God” and Ralph Erskine’s “Gospel Sonnets”) God revealed to Mike the glorious truths of the Doctrines of Grace.
|J. DeWayne Bolin (Retired)|
|Born and raised in Oklahoma City, he was converted to Christ in 1960. Afterward and in pursuant to a call to preach, he earned his M.A. and B.A. degrees. He has been in the ministry since 1964 and pastoring churches in KY, TN, and IL . After moving back to Oklahoma City in 1995 he joined Northwest Bible Church where he became an elder and also served as Bible Institute director from 2004 until his retirement in 2017.|