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Pastor Tommy & Missi Frazier

Tommy and Missi have been married for twenty eight years and have spent all those years serving God and ministering in various different ways/  They have two sons: Braden and his wife Carla live in Abilene, Bryce and his wife Courtney serve on staff at MBF.  They also have two granddaughters Brylee and Adilee who you will see running around MBF when you visit.

Tommy began ministering at the age of 17, while still in high school.  He began to preach on the streets and pray for the sick in hospitals.  By the time he was out of high school, he started going into prisons as a volunteer for Prison Fellowship.  At that same time he began serving in his local church where he did everything from running cameras for their television ministry to working his way up to associate Pastor. During this time God began to foster two loves in his life: the love for prison ministry and his love for sports.

The prison ministry began to grow and by the time he was married at age 24, Tommy had ministered as a singer, teacher and preacher in most of the prisons in Texas.  When he was married, Missi joined right in and began to minister to inmates as well.  Over the next several years Tommy and Missi would take teams of volunteers behind the prison walls to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Ministering to inmates and former inmates is still a passion that burns in both of them.

At the same time Tommy was coaching in every youth league he could.  Although he loved the sports side of it, he cherished the fact that this was an opportunity to speak into kids’ lives every day.  After he and Missi were married, he began to coach in high schools and coached at the collegiate level.  He believed that the hours he spent with young men both on and off the field was the ministry God was leading him into.  During the first few years of coaching, he was also doing prison ministry and still serving in his local church.  In 1994 Tommy began to teach and coach full time.  In 1998 with Missi by his side, Tommy left Waco and began to serve the Lord as a football coach in other communities.

With their two sons in school, Tommy backed off from traveling and concentrated on his family and job.  Tommy says, “I watched other ministers all my life that lost their kids to this world because they were too busy ministering to others.  I was not going to be that person.  God gave Missi and I the gifts we call our sons and with that, he gave us the responsibility to raise them.”  God still was using Tommy as a successful coach, but even more as a leader of young men.  He won a few state championship rings along the way, but considers the young me who are successful husbands, fathers and church leaders as his most prized rings.

During this time, Missi has been busy in the medical field where she is a Regional Director for assisted living homes.  She loves working with the elderly and believes that the compassion she has for the elderly is a gift from God.  While working full time, she also was sold out to the ministries that Tommy was involved with.  Whether it was singing and speaking behind the bars to inmates or just serving a dinner to the football players Tommy was mentoring, she did it all with a passion and zeal.  Missi continues serving Tommy and the people of Waco at MBF.

Moldbreaker Fellowship was started 7 years ago in a living room with a few people and a vision.  Tommy serves as Pastor of MBF and community leader in the city of Waco.  One of his greatest passions is serving as the chaplain for the Waco High Football, which he has been doing for four years.

 

Bryce and Courtney Frazier

Associate Pastor and Worship Leader

Bryce and Courtney Frazier

Bryce and Courtney were married in November 2012, and are still in the early stages of their marriage.  They both come from Christian homes and have a desire to serve God and others.  Being from different church backgrounds is a huge benefit for them serving together, because each of them brings their own unique perspective to every situation.

Bryce was raised the son of a coach and athletics are in his blood.  After being a four sport letterman in high school with several local and state awards he took his love of sports to college.  Bryce spent one year playing college baseball before an injury sidelined him.  Although he was raised in church something more important than baseball or education happened in college.  He understood how important his relationship with Jesus was.  Not his Mama’s, Daddy’s, or Brother’s but his.  This led to him submitting to the calling that was on his life from the time he was born.  When Bryce was born the doctors told his parents he would not live, by the healing grace of God the doctors were proved wrong and a young man was born with a purpose.  He is dedicating his life to helping with Mold Breaker Fellowship and serving as Associate Pastor.

Courtney was also raised in a Christian home with a love for athletics.  She too was a four sport athlete that excelled.  Courtney has a passion for being the Woman God wants her to be.  She stands beside Bryce as a leader of MBF.  Courtney also serves as Worship Pastor every week leading the people of MBF into the presence of All Mighty God.

 

JP and Victoria Crenshaw

Youth Pastors and Media Specialist

JP and Victoria Crenshaw joined the Moldbreaker family in 2017 and immediately put their hands to work.  In March of 2018 they were appointed to the position of Youth Pastors.  JP comes from a ministry family that has traveled singing, preaching, and ministering from a young age.  He is a graduate of Parkview Christian Academy and is a journeyman electrician by trade.  Victoria is an insurance agent and has served God her whole life.  She met JP in high school they have been married for 3 years and have an 18 month old son named Easton.  They spend their free time going to movies, hanging with friends, and helping at the church when needed.

They are dedicated to growing the youth at MBF and love the students as their own.  Their goals for the youth department is to teach young men and women the importance of accepting Jesus as their savior and building a relationship with Him.  They also want to be outreach and community minded as they teach that relationships with fellow classmates and piers are important.  The last thing is to be able by example and teaching to teach that Gods Word is still the Truth and relevant in today’s world.