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Tyson Schrecengost – National Director

Tyson was born and raised in beautiful Colorado. He finished high school in 1998 and was appointed to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Upon his graduation in 2002, he proudly served in the United States Air Force for 4½ years with a tour in Iraq. He continues to serve our country in the US Air Force Reserves and holds

the rank of Major. Tyson has served in ministry as the CIM Director of Operations (2011-2015) and on church staffs as an Executive Pastor and a Student Ministries Pastor.  As the National Director of Cross Impact, Tyson works with local churches to provide direction in philosophy, methodology, and expansion. Tyson and his wife, Amy, have been married for 15 years and have three wonderful children.

Will Senn – President of the Board

Will came to Christ as a student at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania. After seminary training, he became the Pastor of University Baptist Church in Clemson, S.C. He founded Cross Impact Ministries in 1986 to reach students at Clemson University. Over time chapters were established on other campuses through local churches.

In 2011, the board of directors of CIM launched an aggressive expansion by establishing a model for college ministry throughout the United States.  Will currently ministers as the Senior Pastor of Tri-City Baptist Church in Westminster, Colorado.

Executive Board

Bert Campbell – Investment Advisor, ACI Financial, Pendleton, SC

Marshal Fant III – Senior Pastor, Harvest Baptist Church, Rock Hill, SC

Marshall Fant IV - Pastor, Winthrop Cross Impact, Harvest Baptist Church, Rock Hill, SC

Keith Lewis – Pastor, Trinity Baptist Church, Concord, NH

Steve Pettit – President, Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC

Dan Wooster – Director, Camp Infinity, Hebron, KY

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