Richard is the Executive Director of The Center, where he teaches men’s bible studies, counsels individuals, and oversees a talented group of professional and personal counselors. He is a frequent public speaker and published author.
As a licensed professional counselor (LPC), Jay Lloyd has worked for over 20 years to help people confront and cope with the challenges of life. He has extensive experience in working with individuals, couples, and groups to facilitate growth and healing individually as well as within relationships.
After serving in a Hospital Sales Position in the Pharmaceutical Industry for 5 years, George felt a call to enter full-time ministry in 1996. At that time, he enrolled at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi where he received his Master’s of Divinity.
Todd W. Liscomb joined the Center in August 2006 after spending 18 years in the banking industry. He joined Compass Bank in Birmingham in 1996 where he served as a relationship manager and Senior Vice President in the Corporate Banking division.
Steve joined the center in 2009 and is an ordained pastor with over 20 years of experience in entrepreneurial ministries. Steve focuses his work on teaching, discipleship training, leadership equipping and marriage counseling. He earned his Master’s of Divinity in 1999 and will complete his doctorate in 2014.
After a 14 year career at Regions Bank, John joined The Center in 2014. He spends his time at The Center leading several Bible studies for men in their 20’s and 30’s. He also leads men in one-on-one coaching and investigative studies.
Cartwright Morris spent five years pursuing a career in the Health and Fitness industry. In 2011 he discovered his purpose – to help men become passionate and intentional in their relationship with God. At the Center, Cartwright leads men in their 20s and 30s in group Bible studies and one-on-one coaching.
Jimbo joined The Center in 2010 following a successful career in marketing and sales. Jimbo leads small groups and discipleship studies in both the free-world and for those who are incarcerated in the State of Alabama Prison System.