Dr. Craig Curry
Dr. Craig Curry joined our staff as Senior Pastor in May 2016. He grew up in Texas, and is a fifth generation Baptist minister who is passionate about God’s Word. Craig was led to Christ at an early age, and as a fifteen year old, committed his life to Christian service.
Craig received a Bachelor of Behavioral Science from Hardin-Simmons University, in Abilene, Texas, with a major in Speech Communication and a minor in Church Ministry. He received a Master of Divinity in Spiritual Care and Preaching from Logsdon Seminary, Abilene, TX, and a Doctor of Ministry from George W. Truett Theological Seminary in Waco, Texas.
Craig married his ministry teammate, Fallon Smith Curry, in January 2003. Fallon received a Bachelor of Arts in English/Leadership from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, and a Master of Arts in Christian Education from Dallas Baptist University. She is currently an Instructor of English Composition and Literature at Ranger College in Ranger, Texas. Craig and Fallon have three children: daughter, Lylah, and sons, Shepherd and Herschel. Fallon is a dedicated wife, mother, and instructor. Her ministry passions are missions, evangelism, education, and Baptist heritage.
Craig was licensed to the Gospel Ministry in 1999, and ordained in 2006 at South Oaks Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas. His hobbies include football enthusiast, travel, camping and barbeque grilling. Craig began his ministry as an event communicator preaching revivals, camps, and weekend events. In 2006 he sensed the call of God to enter pastoral ministry. He has served as Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Cisco, Texas, and the First Baptist Church in Dripping Springs, Texas. Craig has given his life to shepherding people and being the hands and feet of Jesus in a community. He believes strongly in collaborative leadership that includes as many people as possible, and is committed to being a steady voice of unity. “My personal goals are to be a man of God, a loving husband and father, a caring minister, and a servant leader. It is my desire to be in the center of the Lord’s will. Wherever He leads I will go.”