Daniel Creekmore

Daniel Creekmore

Daniel is a the son of a Kansas bible church pastor. He produces media for the architecture industry and spends way too much time working on his house.  He has been known to tinker with code from time to time and owns the most destructive cat know to humankind.  He is passionate about building community for those marginalized by the church and finding safe places for healthy dialog.  


Scott Schieffer

Scott Schieffer

Scott is a fourth generation Texan who grew up in the small town where the Friday Night Lights shone bright and the Baptists and Methodists raced to beat each other to the Sunday buffet.  Now a practicing attorney and CPA in Dallas, he assists his clients with estate planning and tax matters.  His true passion is exploring the world, and his adventures have taken him from (A)lbania to (Z)imbabwe and 80 countries in between.  When not traveling, he can be found watching college football or Survivor (yes, it’s still on!), listening to a podcast or enjoying time with his nephews.  

 


Jason Thomas

Jason Thomas

Jason does some nerdy computer stuff for an awesome small company in the Dallas area. About him: dogs are better than cats (though he was last seen cuddling with a cat), mountains > ocean (toughest decision ever), chocolate is better than vanilla (he will eat both), outdoors is way better than indoors (unless Game of Thrones is on), people are more important than rules (!!!), and having friends is way better than having enemies (it’s true). He was last seen playing a game of volleyball then talking someone’s ear off. Jason is going to change the world, he just needs a lot of help from all the good people of this planet, to do it!


 
 
Emily Hoff

Emily Hoff

Emily was born and raised in small-town Ohio and touched down in Texas in early 2017- the two places quite similar by the way! They grew up in the Methodist church and have some great memories of youth group, choir, and summer mission trips around the US. Emily is an Ohio State alum, where they worked with the diversity offices for female, racial and LGBT minority groups within the College of Engineering. They are moving around for work (in the medical device industry) and are currently located in Southern California, soaking up the sun. On the evenings and weekends you can find them (slowly) learning to play guitar, listening to podcasts, and calling to catch up with friends.