DR. CHARLES C. WILSON
Dr. Charles C. Wilson has 30 years of leadership experience. Presently he is a business owner, consultant to several organizations, professor for the University of Arkansas at Hurlbert Field and a Mentor for Leadership Walton. He has taught in colleges and universities, provided counseling and supervision services in the areas of quality assurance, customer satisfaction, company growth, organizational readiness, problem resolution, and strategic planning. His work has received awards and recognition from several national, state, and local organizations. His insight and sense of humor makes him a frequent speaker and seminar leader.
Dr. Wilson has worked with a number of professional organizations and businesses. He has served as educator, trainer, executive coach, and consultant for profit and non profit organizations. Client companies include Wal-Mart, Proctor and Gamble, Levi-Strauss and Co., Blue Cross / Blue Shield and several city governments. Non-profit clients include Focus on the Family, Feed the Children, Sharing Way, Ecclesia College, The Sam Walton College of Business Center for Management and Executive Development, University of Arkansas, and John Brown University.
Will Thompson, a Panama City resident, has been leading worship for over 20 years and pastors a church, New Wave Ministries, in Panama City on Sunday evenings. Being surrounded by music all his life, he learned how to play multiple instruments. Will is also a songwriter, producer, and recording artist. He has been married to Lindsey Thompson for 13 years and has two wonderful children, Leader and Lyrica.
Travis Elliott, has been leading Children and Family Ministries for 8 years. He has been married to Jess Elliott for 16 years and has three wonderful children, Jada 14, Ezra 11, and Evah 10. His hobbies include building sand castles, biking, rc cars and motocross. He was a youth camp leader as a young adult, a boy scout, always a team player. Travis leads children’s church every Sunday and other events, showing Christ to kids in the community, He also helps with all other related family and children’s activities. It is so important to Travis that the children whose lives He touches, feel loved and that they belong, and that God is bigger than anything they are up against.