Executive Pastor

Chris Daniel

As Executive Pastor of Revolution Church, Chris oversees the staff and ministries of the church, leading and executing plans and programs that support the Vision and Core Values of the church...a true passion in his life! He leads our church to keep us organized, supported, forward-thnking, and moving forward to equip and support the saints in the mission of God.

He also has a passion for disciple-making, teaching, preaching, and leading men to know Jesus and lead their families well. It is his hope that Revolution Church continues to become a church of people who love Jesus and who desperately desire for the people of the community to know and love Him too.

Chris and his wife Amy have been married since April of 2008. 


Family Pastor

Jeff James

Jeff oversees all of the family ministry at Revolution Church including men, women, college-age, youth and children. Jeff has a part in the spiritual development of every person by planning connect groups and growth groups for the men and women while also overseeing the student ministries and children’s programs including Impact and Revolution Playhouse. Jeff has a passion for the next generation and seeing students’ and children’s lives changed by Jesus Christ. Jeff enjoys making connections with all ages with a unique ability to relate personally with each group. Jeff also oversees the Servant Leadership Team at Revolution Church. Jeff has an amazing wife, Donna and two beautiful daughters, Abby and Taylor. They enjoy jeep rides and spending time with family at the beach. Be sure to meet Jeff to become connected at Revolution Church. 


Worship Pastor

Jimmy Price

Husband to Angie, father to Amber, and Ivey. Jimmy is passionate about songwriting, discipling and mentoring worship singers and artists, and leading the church body in corporate worship through content rich in theology, expression, and mission. It is his hope for Revolution Church  that we would be a worshipping people, compelled by the person of Jesus and His Gospel. It is also his hope and prayer that our city would see our worship lived out in the way we serve, give, and display the Gospel.