Pastor Josh Sharpe is first and foremost a follower of Jesus, the husband of one, and a father of four. He is currently the Lead Pastor at LifePoint Church in League City, Texas, and the sitting President of the Board of Directors of Foundations Christian Academy. Pastor Josh is a visionary leader with a passion to see the Kingdom of God be expanded throughout this region through church multiplication and Christian education. One of his greatest gifts is to pull leaders together to inspire and empower them to accomplish great things for the Lord.
Stanley Vigo graduated from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL. Mr. Vigo has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and Business Administration. He has spent the last decade in Operations and Finance for private and public manufacturing companies. He has led the finances for multiple sites with combined COGS budgets of over $120MM. Stanley has led and developed budget and projection planning and worked with a myriad of disciplines such as Quality, Engineering, R&D, Facilities and Production. He has led in strategy and cost reduction planning with tangible success in both. Mr. Vigo is also the Chief Operating Officer at LifePoint Church in League City, Texas where he is a member and attends with his wife and children.
Debbie Simmons is the CEO & Founder of Anchor Point. Ms. Simmons is not only licensed, ordained minister but holds three degrees; a Master’s degree in Organizational Management, a Master’s degree in Christian Education and a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. Early in her career, Debbie worked as a Distribution Plant Engineer for Exxon and was responsible for development, implementation, and evaluation of all maintenance and capital construction projects at Exxon’s Terminals. Her last 12 years have been spent starting and expanding the work of Anchor Point to impact families nationally and internationally. Anchor Point is the sole owner of Obria Medical Clinics Bay Area, LLC, Hope Family Centers, LLC, Hope Counseling Center and our newest addition, Hope House.
Debbie and her husband, Scott are one of the founding families of LifePoint Church in League City, Texas where they are members and regular attenders. Debbie has nine adoptive children and 10 grandchildren.
Thomas M. Thompson, Jr.
Thomas Thompson joined the Open Door Mission in 2013 as President and CEO, coming from the position of Executive Director at Main Street Ministries, a local outreach ministry of the First Presbyterian Church of Houston. Mr. Thompson surrendered to the call to men’s ministry and Kairos Prison Ministry in 1993 following a Walk to Emmaus spiritual retreat. He served as a lay volunteer in the Cursillo Community of ministries until 2009 when he joined FPC on a full-time basis.
Following his college graduation, Mr. Thompson served in the United States Army and Reserves for six years as an instructor followed by a business career spent in maritime logistics in the energy sector where he was the Executive Vice President of Statia Terminals, Inc. Statia was an owner/operator of oil storage and transshipment terminals located on the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Eustatius and Nova Scotia, Canada. Between the years 1983 and 2002, Statia went from private ownership, through an LBO, an IPO, and eventually was sold and is now part of the NuStar Energy (formerly Valero) portfolio of assets.
Mr. Thompson retired from Statia in 2002. Mr. Thompson has been in substance abuse recovery since 1987 and understands the issues that accompany this disease. His joy comes from hearing a man come to Open Door and say that he has been in rehabs before, but never before one that majors in a relationship with God.
Roy Stuart is a 1976 graduate of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Mr. Stuart has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and Business Administration. He has over forty years of experience as a senior executive with responsibility for Finance, Human Resources, and Administration with multiple corporations in the manufacturing, engineering, and software industries.
Rhiannon Negron is the CEO and Co-Founder of Provident Oak Financial LLC. Ms. Negron and her husband Nelson Negron started Provident Oak Financial in 2019 after the idea was placed in their hearts that there was a serious need for a local, knowledgeable, and caring Special Needs Financial Advisor. Ms. Negron originally worked in the medical field but put her career on hold after their nonverbal, Autistic son was lost three times by the public school system in 2010. There were no options like FCA at that time, so Mr. and Mrs. Negron decided to homeschool.
Ms. Negron spent the past 11 years homeschooling their three boys, except for the two years they were able to attend FCA in middle school. While homeschooling, she has also been actively developing, directing, serving, and volunteering with many organizations in her community. She brings proven expertise in fundraising for non-profit organizations. Ms. Negron is a member of the Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce where she serves on several committees and is also the Chamber Champions Page Chair.
Ms. Negron’s experience as a special needs mom, an autism advocate, a former Excellent Minds Academy student mom, a non-profit co-founder, an avid community volunteer, and a small business owner will bring knowledge and insight to help FCA. Ms. Negron hopes to help with fundraising, events, and program ideas to benefit the students and families of FCA, all while pointing them to Jesus.
Nelson Negron is a follower of Jesus, a husband, the father of three boys, and the co-owner of Provident Oak Financial, LLC. Mr. Negron has been married to his wife Rhiannon Negron for 14 years and they live in League City, TX. Together they are raising their three boys who all fall somewhere on the Autism Spectrum. They have home-schooled all 3 boys for the past 11 years, except for two years when 2 of the children attended FCA.
With the knowledge and experience, they’ve gained homeschooling their boys, they have brought that into their financial planning practice. Provident Oak Financial LLC is a private practice financial planning and investment strategies firm. Mr. Negron has worked in the financial services industry since 2001 and has helped families as a Financial Advisor since 2011. He has worked for some of the largest financial firms in the world where has gained great knowledge and experience that has contributed to the success of Provident Oak Financial. They have had the opportunity to work with families with special needs and help them put in place a financial plan that addresses the most pressing concerns.
In Mr. Negron’s spare time he helps Trial Life Troop 3211, which his son is a member of, build up boys so that they grow up to be Godly men and leaders. Mr. Negron is also a lifelong fan of the Houston Astros and a fan of IndyCar racing and loves taking the family to Texas Motor Speedway each year.
Tammy Holmes has been married to the love of her life, Warren Holmes, for 30 years and have 3 boys; Cameron 24, Preston 21 and Lyndon 18. Mrs. Holmes attends LifePoint Church in League City where she and her husband are members.
Mrs. Holmes graduated from Texas State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Generic Special Education and Curriculum and Instruction. She has taught various Special Education classes for 19 years, in the Humble and Clear Creek School Districts, mainly working with the severe and profound students. In addition to teaching, served on the ARD committee, which involved developing educational plans with the parents. While at Clear Creek ISD, also served on the Assistive Technology Team. Mrs. Holmes was nominated for Teacher of the Year at CCISD and was recognized by the PTA as a Lifetime Achievement Teacher. Ms. Holmes also found great joy working with the Special Olympics.
Mrs. Holmes has served on the Board of the Children Ministry at Bay Harbor United Methodist Church in League City, TX. Also taught 4th and 5th grade Sunday school at Bay Harbor, as well as taught women's bible studies and colead a bible study group with her husband.
Brent Wilson is a worship leader, recording artist, and graphic designer with over 18 years of experience building and shepherding multiple ministries. He has a heart for serving within the church and has been blessed with the opportunity to lead worship, oversee multimedia production, and disciple college and young adult groups.
With a degree in Telecommunications and Media Studies from Texas A&M University, Brent brings a unique combination of creative and technical skills to his work. He has a passion for ministry and has poured his heart into serving the Lord throughout his career.
As a recording artist, Brent has achieved significant success, with 125,000 streams on Spotify and a new single "God Take Your Place" released in 2022. He continuously hones his craft by collaborating with some of the industry's leading songwriters, always striving to reach new heights in his musical journey.
Brent and his wife Sarah currently reside in the Galveston, Texas.