Jacob Bryant

Jacob Bryant

Young Adults Minister

Jacob Bryant is our Young Adults Minister at TCCC. Along with ministering to students inside TCCC on Sunday and Wednesday nights, he likes to spend majority of his time meeting kids where they are at outside of the Church. Whether that be at different sporting events, before or during school and at the different events that our students are involved in, he wants to show that he is interested in each students life and wants to be involved.

Jacob is also an assistant coach for the Mercer County High School baseball team and an “arm-chair” coach/quarterback for the Kentucky Wildcats. When hunting seasons are in and the weather is nice for fishing, you can find him in the woods or around the fishing holes. His foundation of teaching comes straight from The Bible, of which he wants to speak truth to students and equip them with real-world qualities to live by.

Stacy Davis

Stacy Davis

Children's Director

Stacy Davis is the Children's Director at TCCC.  Stacy directs several different ministries for children at TCCC.  TCCC Kids Church is offered on Sunday mornings both services, as well as Children's Choir on Sunday evenings.  Stacy also coordinates and directs the Wednesday night TEAM KID activities for the children.
Stacy is married to Kevin Davis and has two children, Brevin and Marlie.  She also works as the School Counselor at Mercer County Senior High School.
Stacy enjoys spending time with her family and friends and being involved in activities centered around her children at church, school, and in the community.  When she is surrounded by children, whether it be at church teaching a lesson, dancing and doing motions to her favorite kids worship songs, or helping with a kid's craft, she is in her element.
Stacy's favorite verse and one that she bases her children's ministry on at TCCC is Proverbs 22:6 - "Train up a child in the way he should go and when he grows old, he will not depart from it."  One of Stacy's passions is to work with young people and help them grow in God's Word.
John Kesel

John Kesel

Associate Minister

John has served as Associate Minister since July 27, 2015. He has been married for 26 years to Deborah, an elementary school teacher. Born and raised in Michigan, John enjoys watching Michigan State Spartan football and basketball. He also enjoys fishing, golf, and playing the trumpet. Having been a follower of Jesus Christ since the age of 17, John answered the call of God to ministry at the age of 18 and has been actively involved in local church ministry for over 30 years. His life verse from the Bible is Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall make your paths straight.” Outside of the Bible, John’s favorite book is on the topic of prayer, Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire, by Jim Cymbala. His passion is sharing the love of Christ and praying for and with others. John agrees that the Great Commandment that Jesus gave in the Bible can be summed up in four words: Love God. Love people.

Debbie Bradley

Debbie Bradley

Administrative Assistant

Debbie has been an active member of The Carpenter’s Christian Church since 2000. She volunteered in the church office in her spare time then later was asked to come on staff as Administrative Assistant in January of 2006.  Debbie also is the Mercer County Ministerial Secretary and works with different ministries in Mercer County. She loves being involved with her church family and community. She is married to Clifford Bradley. Together Debbie and Cliff have 6 children and 8 grandchildren. She enjoys being creative on many projects and cherishes her time with family and friends.

Greg Warren

Greg Warren

Senior Minister

Greg has served as the Senior Minister at TCCC since August 2003.  He is married to Dana (Noel) Warren and they have two college-age sons (Caleb and Cameron).  Greg enjoys watching sports -- particularly University of Kentucky football and basketball, the Dallas Cowboys, and complaining about the Cincinnati Reds.  He also enjoys gardening and working in his yard.  One of his favorite pastimes is studying the Bible.  “Preaching is not just a job to me,” he says.  “The Bible is the most amazing book because it contains the very words of God and it is alive with truth and power.”

Allen Scott

Allen Scott

Youth Minister

Allen Scott, a native of western Kentucky, graduated from Campbellsville University with a Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministries in 2018. Allen served in a local church in Taylor County for four years. His wife's name is Hope Scott. She is studying to be a therapist and currently works with children. They can often be found running together at Anderson Dean, Millennium Park, or Shaker Village. If we are not running or at work, we are probably weight-lifting or on the couch with either a book or a controller in hand and our cat, Phoebe, in our laps. We are thankful to be serving this area and look forward to seeing what God does at TCCC and in the lives of our students.

Shelby Tyler

Shelby Tyler

Church Administrator

Shelby Tyler is the church administrator at TCCC. Shelby and his wife Jeanetta have been married for 57 years and have three children, Keith, Kevin and Kelly. They have also been blessed with 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Shelby spent his corporate career working in I/T related fields for IBM/Lexmark. He retired from there in 2002 and worked in the tour business for the next 13 years where he drove tour coaches and entertainer coaches, touring the U.S. and Canada. Shelby and Jeanetta joined TCCC in December 2019, and Shelby is currently serving on the Board of Elders. Shelby is a graduate of Sullivan University and of the University of Kentucky with a degree in Materials Management. Following his retirement from the tour business, Shelby and Jeanetta spent their winters in Florida, where they served in a Christian Church. They felt a calling to come back here to serve at TCCC, so they sold their property in Florida and returned to Ky. It is amazing how God has plans for all of us and He can use our talents if we are willing to serve.