Pastor Steve and his wife Lenett have served faithfully for 20 years at Greenbrier Nazarene. Born and raised in Conway, AR, Steve felt the call into ministry at a young age. In the summer of 1997, he accepted the call from God, and officially started working as our Student and Associate Pastor in 1998. He served as the Associate Pastor until May 2011, when he was called upon to be the Senior Pastor at Greenbrier Nazarene.
Pastor Steve and Lenett have been married for 28 years and have two grown twin boys, Hayden and Hunter. In his free time Steve likes to be on a boat fishing for large mouth, or watching any kind of Razorback athletics.
Facebook: Steve Thrasher
Our church family is one that is full of love and excitement for the Gospel! Thank you so much for visiting our site, and if you want more information that you can’t find here feel free to contact us! But if you really want to know more about us, come visit us on a Sunday morning. We would love for you to join with us as we worship our risen Savior together! We hope to see you soon, and make sure you find me or one of our other Pastors when you visit so we can meet you in person.
Pastor Daniel serves as our GN Student Pastor. He began serving in August of 2011 after he graduated from Southern Nazarene University. Daniel grew up on the North Arkansas District in the Beebe Nazarene Church. He, his wife Emily, and their little boy Cooper are “living the dream” as they faithfully serve our GN Student Ministry in the Attic. In his free time, Daniel enjoys road biking, Ultimate Frisbee, and exploring the outdoors with his family.
Facebook: Daniel Hillian
Pastor Hunter serves as our Creative Arts Pastor. He oversees all worship, technology, and marketing. Hunter joined our staff in May 2016, and has grown up in Greenbrier Nazarene. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2016 with a B.A. in Psychology and is currently pursuing his M.A. in Religion through Trevecca Nazarene University. In his free time, Hunter enjoys watching Cardinal’s baseball and Razorback Football, road biking, and playing guitar. He recently married the love of his life, Melanie, and they are excited to be serving at Greenbrier Nazarene.
Facebook: Hunter Thrasher
Amanda Odom is the newest member of our staff, and serves as our GN Kids Director. She began serving at GN in May 2017. She graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Amanda and her husband Josh (Who is a Captain in the Conway Fire Department) have two children, Hannah and Caleb. Amanda enjoys being a mom, running what seems like a full-time taxi service to baseball and theatre practices, reading, being outdoors with her family, and date nights with her “hubs”. But if you were to ask her husband, he would say her favorite thing to do is taking care of him!
Facebook: Amanda McGinty Odom
Carla Fix serves as our Church Administrator and Treasurer.
She joined our staff in May 2012, and has been a part of our congregation for
over a decade. Carla has her B.S.E from the University of Central Arkansas, and
was a former teacher and realtor. She has two daughters: Jordan, who works for
Eastside Elementary in Greenbrier, and Reagan, a med student, who is married to Terrin Garber
and lives in Carthage, Missouri. She enjoys watching the Razorbacks, especially
football games, with her family, and is the only staff member who “is smart
enough to be a Chicago Cubs fan.”
Facebook: Carla McGee Fix
Shellie O’Quinn serves as our choir director and college ministry director. She began serving at GN as a volunteer youth worker, musician and vocalist in 2000 and began serving part time with us in 2011. Shellie has a passion for college ministry and helped initiate our Relevant College Ministry in 2012. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1995 and married her best friend, Devo, in 1998. Shellie and Devo have no biological children, but frequently host international students and their families. They have also served as respite foster care parents for a local youth home. They enjoy sailing and spending time with their many “colorful” kids.
Facebook: Shellie O'Quinn