Meet Our Elders
Ben and his wife Amy have been married 24 years, and have three children: Curtis, Callie, and Keith. Curtis currently attends The Ohio State University, Callie attends Anderson University, and Keith attend Beavercreek Public Schools. Ben and Amy are Beavercreek High School sweethearts and were married after graduating from Anderson University. Ben and Amy each attended Beavercreek Christian Church in High School. Upon having their first child in 2000, they moved back to Beavercreek and rejoined BCC.
Ben has served as Treasurer of BCC the past 20 years and has led the Operations for the past 10 years or so. Over this time period, Ben and Amy have been very active in various ministries of BCC including, International Ministry, Love Monkey, Home Groups,Trail Guides, Media Team, and Office and Administrative Support. They are both are also very active in the Community and serve in various leadership roles with the US Air Force Museum Foundation, Beavercreek Soccer Association, Beavercreek Popcorn Festival, Deloitte Community Impact Day, Ankeney PTO, Beavercreek High School After Prom, and Beavercreek High School Cross Country Parents Association.
Ben and Amy are passionate about serving others. Ben has primarily focused this passion on serving the local community, while Amy is always willing to assist with any volunteer opportunity.
Todd and his wife Chis have been married since 1992. They live in Centerville with their two sons, Nathan (will attend Indiana University) and Nick (high school). They have attended BCC since 2001. Currently, he is a senior level manager with Synchrony Financial. Todd grew up in Waterloo, Iowa and has an engineering degree from the University of Iowa and a master’s degree from Kettering University. Chris has a journalism degree and a law degree. They have served in the nursery/toddler area at BCC for 18 years. In addition, Todd leads the Operation Christmas Child effort every year and has led some men’s ministry programs. Todd’s APEST strengths are Shepherding and Teaching. He enjoys being physically active by running, lifting weights and playing golf. He also serves on the board of directors for a local non-profit serving kids and adults with disabilities (United Rehabilitation Services).
Dave and his wife Jodie have been married since 1988, and have two children: Samantha and AJ. After a 21-year career as a military officer and having lived all over the world, Dave and his family now call Fairborn, Ohio home.
They partnered with BCC in ministry from 2006-2009 and then again since 2013 when they returned to Ohio after Dave retired from the military and began his work with the Air Force as a civilian employee at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Dave’s been leading ministry teams for over 20 years in children’s and youth ministries, various adult ministries, home groups and the worship arts.
Dave is passionate about the power of small group discipleship, and he and Jodie currently lead a home group focused on “empty nesters.” He’s also an active member of the worship team. Dave’s APEST gifts lean toward Shepherding (Pastoring) and Teaching.
Kevin and his wife Tonya were high school sweethearts who married in 1993. They have two children, Dr. Jenna Mooney and Jacob Beavon. Jenna is a chiropractor, and Jacob is pursuing his master’s degree in physics at Bowling Green State University. They also are grandparents to one granddaughter, Nora. Kevin and Tonya live in Kettering and have attended BCC since 2012.
Kevin was a retail manager with Family Christian Stores until 2016 when he left to start a non-profit organization called LoveMonkey Ministries (now called NeighborLink Miami Valley.) Kevin currently serves as the chairman of the board of directors for NeighborLink Miami Valley, while continuing to work in retail and as a caregiver to his granddaughter. Tonya has a master’s degree in Health Administration and is a pediatric nurse at Dayton Children’s hospital and at Kettering City Schools.
Kevin is passionate about local and international missions. He has served BCC in multiple missions efforts including NeighborLink, Operation Christmas Child, and as the team leader for the annual World Vision 6K for Water. He has also served on the BCC missions and operations teams and is part of the BCC teaching team. Kevin also served on staff at BCC as the Director of Operations from 2016-2017. Kevin’s APEST strengths are in shepherding and teaching.