Devon & Neysa Walker
Lead Pastor & Worship Director
Pastor Devon loves Thai food (spicy level four), is a professional plate-balancer, and has Razorback super-fan status. Devon graduated with a Bachelor’s in Religious Studies from Regent University while simultaneously supporting his family. He is happily married to Neysa, and they are proud to be entrusted with their three kids: Jude, Liam, and Rachel. He has worn many hats since starting in the ministry, but we are thankful to have him as our Lead Pastor here at Grace Church.
Above all, Devon sees shepherding God’s people as an immense honor. He teaches God’s Word with passion, oversees departments with understanding, and infuses our body of believers with a vision for things to come.
Larry & Juliana Walker
Senior Pastor & Women's Pastor
Pastor Larry is a die-hard fan of the Die Hard films, plays a Martin guitar, and is a natural dog whisperer. Larry holds degrees from Oral Roberts University (B.S. Telecommunications) and the University of Missouri School of Journalism (B.J.
Advertising). He is married to Pastor J, and they share the joy of four children and five grandchildren. He served Grace as Lead Pastor from 2002 to 2015.
As of 2015, Larry has taken up the office of Senior Pastor. He’s anointed to lead leaders and mentor pastoral staff. He has a passion for teaching God’s Word and developing young leaders. He is a voice of wisdom and discipline, and desires to see others find their stride.
Pastor Zack used to be a vegetarian, but now enjoys making up for lost time. Zack received his Bachelor’s in Religion from Liberty University in 2010. He is married to Kristen, one of the kindest souls, and they have two kids: Abram & Olivia. He is the Administrative Pastor here at Grace Church, operating with over ten years of ministry experience and a great love for people.
While he enjoys theological study and discussion, he ultimately loves to see people find God through the everyday happenings of life and in the people they encounter. He is an advocate for peace and unity in the body of Christ, and seeing that the outcast has a home. He's also all about that bass.