Dan and Beth brought their family to the Colorado Springs area in 1995. They have been attending Mountain Springs since June of that year. With Beth being a home maker, Dan works as an anesthesiologist with UCHealth Memorial, and will also be working at the Colorado Springs Children’s Hospital. They have three children (two of which are married) and two grandchildren. They love the community that we have found at Mountain Springs, and look forward to seeing what the Lord will do in the years to come.
Kevin Bringard has been attending Mountain Springs Church since 2011. A California native, he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2002. He is now a Tech Lead at Cisco Systems where his passion for developing and empowering leaders is leveraged to build teams who in turn develop and empower others to do the same. He carries this passion for raising up leaders into Mountain Springs Church by investing in and developing future leaders though Pastor-Leader-Coaching and Marriage Mentoring.
Kevin was married to his best friend, Rechelle, in San Diego in 2003. They moved to Colorado Springs in 2011, where they now live with their 3 children Claire, Jude, and Eli. He continues to serve in Worship Life, AWANA, First-Step, Life Groups, and Marriage Mentoring.
David Caldwell has attended Mountain Springs Church since 2004, and has lived in Colorado Springs since 1992, when he was stationed at Fort Carson as an U.S. Army captain. Since leaving the military he has completed an MA in Missions at Denver Seminary, served as an associate pastor with the Vineyard, and as a technology director at Compassion International. David is currently an executive with an Atlanta-based software company leading global and virtual engineering teams.
He also is partner with his wife, Elvia, in Baja Salsa, Inc. which manufactures and distributes fresh salsa to Front Range grocers such as Whole Foods and Natural Grocers.
David and his wife Elvia have two college-aged children, Marko and Shalia. They both love the Colorado outdoor life be it hiking or running, and David has been an avid outdoor photographer for more than 35 years.
Graduating from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master of Theology Degree, Rick has served as an Executive Pastor for over ten years and as a strategic coach with Church Community Builder (CCB). Rick continues to coach churches all across the United States and Canada on their executive strategies, processes and systems, and best practices.
In addition, Rick and his wife Laura, are the Co-Founders of BeyondSurvival.org. Beyond Survival is a non-profit that exists to invest into the lives of orphans and vulnerable children ravaged by HIV/AIDS in Swaziland, Africa. Since August 2006, their family has been partnering with many other families across Colorado and the United States to be an advocate and conduit of blessing for the of people in Swaziland.
Rick and Laura have six children: Cody, Lauren, Abby, Sam, Isaiah, and Laila. Their family enjoys biking, Jeep exploring, family big breakfasts, and Dallas Cowboys football. Their heartbeat is to leave a legacy with their lives that is lasting and makes a difference in the lives of people. You can follow their family’s weekly adventures on their blog at clapptribe.blogspot.com
Kevin Dailey is a Program Manager for Wyle Aerospace at Headquarters Air Force Space Command. Kevin’s current work provides key contributions to Advanced Programs for the Air Force and builds on his successful military career of over 26 years. Kevin flew various reconnaissance and airborne command & control aircraft worldwide as well as worked in various strategic positions at United States Space Command and Air Force Space Command. He earned his Bachelor’s from the United States Air Force Academy, his Master’s in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma, and a Master’s of Strategic Studies from the Air University.
Kevin and his wife Wanda enjoy traveling, camping, hiking, and numerous adventures with their two daughters and new son-in-law. Their volunteer activities include: AWANA Journey, Summit, Elevate Student Ministries, First Steps, Pastor-Leader-Coaching, and Small Groups.
Kevin’s life verse is Proverbs 3: 5-6 “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.”
Glenn Grosh has attended Mountain Springs Church since 1998. A California native, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Redlands. Glenn served as the CFO for a nationwide non-profit organization and for almost 25 years has been a self-employed business professional.
Glenn has served in a variety of ministries at Mountain Springs Church including worship life, small group leadership and previous terms on the Elder Board.
Glenn is married to his best friend, Nancy and together they have 3 grown children and a granddaughter. In his spare time Glenn enjoys playing guitar, taking walks with his dog and camping in the Colorado Mountains.
Mark Poindexter is the Director of Construction for Young Life overseeing the construction program for all Young Life camps, domestic and international. This follows a 20-year career in the Navy. While in the Navy, Mark served on board surface ships and then the Civil Engineer Corps. Mark and his wife, Alletta, have been members of Mountain Springs Church since 2006. They have both been serving in the Connect Ministry for many years. Mark and Alletta have been married for 32 years. They have two adult children Tim (26) and Anna (23); a son-in-law, Geofrey; two grandchildren, Caleb (11) and Teya (3 mos). Mark enjoys working on his 1975 Triumph TR-6, bicycling, fly fishing and hiking.
Pastor Daniel has served and led at Mountain Springs since the late 90’s. His passion is to teach God’s word in a relevant way, coach leaders towards greater impact, and plant and build heatlhy churches. Daniel speaks frequently around the nation on soul care, team culture, leadership and church mission.
Daniel was born in the mid 70’s in Mildenhall (Suffolk, England). Growing up in a small agriarian community, he attended a church in the same village where Charles Spurgeon once lived and was baptized. As a young man of 16, he had a dramatic salvation encounter at a Spring Harvest event in central England. Just three short years later, he responded to the call of God on his life to leave his country and career and pursue a calling in the local church.
Daniel lives in the Black Forest with his wife of 20 years, Laurie, and their seven children. He is a dual-citizen (US/UK) and is slowly trying to determine his preferred accent. If he isn’t laughing at home drinking coffee with his family, he’s at a sport game (Pine Creek Football, Colorado Avalanche, Norwich City Football Club) or in the barn working with wood.