Marshall Brown is the lead minister at Flagstone. He spent the bulk of his “growing up” years in Fort Smith before attending Harding University. He began working as youth minister at Southside Church of Christ in Rogers after graduating with a B.A. in Bible from Harding University in 1995. He served as youth minister for 11 years and then was asked to begin serving as the associate minister at Southside in 2006.
Marshall joined several families from Southside in planting the Flagstone church in 2010 and has enjoyed watching God do amazing things through this church family ever since. While at Harding, he met Kristy Alexander, and they were married in 1996. They have been blessed with three wonderful boys: Ethan, Griffin, and Tyson.
Andrea, who grew up in Clinton, attended Green Valley Bible Camp with her youth group where she met her husband, Kevin. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Harding University. She discovered an interest in engineering while working in the training department of a local engineering firm. Andrea and Kevin started their own engineering firm in 2015, and she is a mechanical designer and office manager.
Andrea has had a passion for volunteering for many years to include volunteering weekly at the Sunshine School while at Harding. She has been organizing Flagstone Family and Children’s Ministry events since 2017 and teaching elementary Sunday school classes.
Andrea and Kevin have two children, Evelyn and Mathias, who attend Grace Hill Elementary in Rogers.
Our Youth Ministry is led by Brandon Dodd, along with many parents and volunteers. In 2016, Brandon graduated from Harding University, began serving as youth minister of the Flagstone Teens and married Morgan, his best friend and partner in ministry. Morgan is a RN at Arkansas Children’s Northwest Hospital.
Brandon is a Texan at heart (along with some of that “Texas arrogance”, he supposes), loves to work with wood, enjoy time outdoors, and spend time with his beautiful wife and their two dogs: Milo and Tyson.
Mike Saegert makes his home in Siloam Springs where he manages the family business, G & S Shoes, which was established in 1944.
He married Gayla Hughes in 1983, and both of them graduated from Harding University in 1986 with degrees in marketing and mathematics. Gayla teaches math at Siloam Springs High School. They are blessed to have three adult children. Mike enjoys a good game of golf whenever he can.
Chris Horton is a member of the original group that planted Flagstone. He and his wife, Connie, have been married since 1993 and have lived in Rogers since 1999. They have two adult children.
Monty and Dana Morton married in 2001 and each brought three children to the marriage. The now adult children are Dustin, Zach, Ryan, Andrea, Devin and Jacob. The couple now has seven grandchildren. Monty and Dana grew up attending the Church of Christ and met at church. Monty works in training and development, and Dana is a nurse. They are big football fans and can be found most fall weekends watching the Razorbacks and Chiefs. In Monty’s free time, he enjoys woodworking, and Dana is an avid reader. They were members at Southside Church of Christ before moving to Flagstone in 2011.
Tom Smith and his wife, Wendy, have been Flagstone members for more than eight years. They live in Rogers and have two daughters, Cate and Camille. Tom serves as a Benton County circuit judge, and Wendy is a nurse.
Jeremy Stobaugh and his wife, Valarie, were part of the original Flagstone plant. They were raised in the church, have been married since 2000 and have two children, Eden and Fletcher.
Jeremy and Valarie are native Arkansans who love the natural beauty of the state and live in Rogers. Jeremy is responsible for information technology and human Resources for a large regional homebuilder where he is also a strong advocate for Christian values in the workplace.