Rev. Sam Reynolds
Sam Reynolds is a graduate of Toccoa Falls College and is from Gastonia, North Carolina. He graduated with a degree in Christian Education. While in college he was a member of SGA and played on the baseball team. Sam met his wife Sarah at Toccoa Falls College and they got married on May 29th, 2010 and have three daughters, Audrey, Autumn and Adeline. Sarah graduated with a degree in Early Childhood Education and is from Madison, Florida. She is teaching in Lee County. Both Sam and Sarah have a passion for the church as well as outreach to the local community.
Rev. Tim Adams
Tim has been a pastor at Park Alliance since February 1993. He received his formal training at Nyack College and at the University of South Florida, and was ordained by the Christian and Missionary Alliance in 1997. Tim met his wife Alane at Nyack College. They were married in June 1980 and have two daughters, Tiffany and Ashley-lyn, and a son, Justin. Tim and Alane also have 3 grand-children. Alane is the principal of a local elementary school and is actively involved in the music and children’s ministries at the church.
Pastor Logan Southam
Logan Southam was born in Canada, but grew up mostly in Raleigh, NC. He graduated from Toccoa Falls College with a degree in Pastoral Ministry in the winter of 2016. He met his wife, Erika, at TFC, where she majored in Secondary English Education. They got married on March 24, 2018 and moved to Southwest Florida, where Erika is currently a middle school English teacher. Erika is also the Children’s Director at Park Alliance Church. Both Logan and Erika have a strong passion for teens growing in their relationship with and finding their identity in Christ.
Bev Tiner leads the counseling ministry at Park Alliance. She has been commissioned by the Church, certified through Light University and is a member in good standing with the American Association of Christian Counselors. Her Biblically-based counseling encompasses general mental health issues, with specialized training in marriage, addiction, childhood abuse, and crisis. Bev‘s calling is to live her life-passage found in Isaiah 61, binding up the brokenhearted and setting captives free in Jesus’ name.
Rev. Jose Otero
Jose was born and raised in Puerto Rico. His wife Janice was born and raised in New York and moved to Puerto Rico at age 14. They met in 1997. While dating they received their calling to the ministry. It was in 2002 that God led them to Bonita Springs, Florida to become involved with the Hispanic community and disciple them. Jose and Janice both attended the Evangelical Training Association Bible Institute and received their Associate Teacher Diploma. They have two boys: Josue and Jonathan. They enjoy teaching, music, and being of service to others. The Otero’s have been church planting at Park Alliance for some years.