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Friendship Alliance Church is led by a group of Elders.  Our Co-pastors, Steve Scarrow and John Eubanks, guide the Elders in giving leadership to the church. A team of servant leaders which we call our Board of Ministries gives leadership to the activities and ministries of the church.


Steve Scarrow (Pastor)

Steve was born in Peru to missionary parents.  He and Andrea have been married for 33 years and have one son, daughter-in-law, and grandson.  As a family they served as church planting missionaries in Guadalajara, Mexico for 12 years.  Steve has given servant leadership to Friendship Alliance Church since 2005.

Steve enjoys woodworking, golf, and reading in his spare time.  Steve and Andrea also run a small sheep farm which gives him many good illustrations in his sermons.


John Eubanks (Pastor)

John is a South Georgia native. He and Carol Ann have been married for 39 years and have 3 sons and 6 grandchildren. John served for 15 years in the United Methodist church and 10 years with Heritage Church. John became co-pastor at Friendship Alliance Church in 2008.

John likes to golf and read in his spare time, but he really enjoys squirrel hunting!  John also loves to cook BBQ and eat it.


Sam Baker (Missional Community)

Sam and his wife, Makenzie, are both natives to Colquitt County. Sam has served on staff at Pinson Memorial UMC in Sylvester, GA and Christian Community Church in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. Sam has a Bachelors of Ministry from Brewton-Parker College, and he is currently working on his MA in Biblical Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary. 
Sam and Makenzie have been married since 2009 and have one daughter. In his spare time, Sam likes to be outside hunting and fishing, working with his dogs, and exploring in his Jeep.

Andrea Scarrow (Women’s Ministries and Youth Ministry)

Andrea grew up on a farm in Colquitt County. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Theology with a concentration in Counseling from Toccoa Falls College. She has a Master of Agricultural Leadership from the University of Georgia. God called her to ministry at a young age. She has served on the mission field and in the church with the Christian and Missionary Alliance and in public service and outreach for the University of Georgia Extension.

Her favorite things are traveling with her husband, playing with her grandson, teaching the Word and serving the Lord and others.



Laura Hinson (Administration and Children’s Ministry)

Laura was born in Pinehurst, GA.  She and her husband Dan were married in 1993  and have 3 children.  Laura has been serving in the area of administration for Friendship on a part-time basis since 2011.  She volunteers with children’s ministry on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.  
Laura enjoys planning events, vacations and trips of all sorts.  Let’s GO!!