Pastor Dan Potter was born and raised in North Carolina. At the age of 15, he was saved and given a desire for ministry. He graduated from Pensacola Christian College in 1998 with a B.A. degree in Evangelism. Since then, he’s been involved in full-time church ministry in a variety of forms including camps, revivals, and preaching ministry. After serving as Assistant Pastor for two years, Dan was called to Community Bible Church of Holly Springs as Pastor in June of 2017.
Dan and his wife, Julie, were married in 2002 and are blessed with two sons, Benjamin and Gabriel. Julie teaches piano and uses her talents in the ministry of Community Bible Church. Their family enjoys music, outdoors, sports, reading, and having a good laugh together.
Dan Henk and his wife Eva live in western North Carolina. Dan grew up in central Africa as the son of missionary parents, and Eva’s family comes from the area around Charleston, SC. They met in a Bible study while Dan was a cadet at the Citadel in the late 1960s. Commissioned as an officer in the Regular Army in 1970, Dan served around the world during a 30-year military career. He and Eva were active in ministry during Dan’s military assignments. Eva taught in Christian schools in the US and Africa and led children’s Bible studies in Europe, Africa, and the US. Dan taught Bible studies and served in positions of church leadership. Dan retired from US government service in 2013. With an educational background in social anthropology, Dan maintains a continuing interest in cross-cultural relations and linguistics. He also runs, shoots competitively, and enjoys reading biography and history. He is passionate about understanding the Word and finding eternal and enduring truth about our Lord communicated to us in scripture.
Deacon Chuck Hurlburt
Chuck Hurlburt is a semi-retired family physician. He practiced in Virginia until moving to SC 4 years ago. He serves as medical director for Grace Dental and Medical Missions. He and his wife, Beverly, participate in several short term medical mission trips each year. They are busy with 9 grandchildren in the Greenville area.
Deacon Elwood Groves
Elwood is a transplant from West Virginia and still misses the mountains. He and his wife Abby began attending CBCHS in the fall of 2017 and were drawn to its biblical preaching, family-like congregation, and community atmosphere. Elwood and Abby have three children.
Deacon Pete Thompson
Pete Thompson came to the states from Canada as a child, and he came to know Christ as a teenager while living in Ohio. He met his wife Marcie while attending Bob Jones University. They both have taught in Christian schools. Presently, Pete is an electrical tech and electrician working in the print shop at BJU.