Taking jesus As he is to people As they are

Understanding the Power

First: Words carry power. Solomon was clear on this issue. He told us that life and death are in the power of the tongue. That was thousands of years ago. Now you read of experiments of the effects of words on water. What a stir that has caused! Yes, life and death are in the power of the tongue...your tongue. And it is hidden in the words coming out of your heart.

Second: Scripture builds faith. Paul tells you that faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God (Romans 10:17). That makes no sense until you try it, experience it, are impacted by it. Pray Scripture on a regular basis and see how your faith expands. As you pray in this fashion, you are exercising faith in what God has said. Faith is a force, you just release that force in a prayer. Experience the difference! Most prayers you hear are prayers of hope rather than prayers of faith. Hope is a good thing, but faith is better.

Our Team

David Bybee


The Rev. Dr. David Bybee has been our pastor since November 2003. A native of Illinois, he received his Master of Divinity degree from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago. His Doctor of Ministry was received from... Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. Prior to coming to this church, Dr. Bybee pastored Presbyterian churches in Illinois, Texas, and Kansas. He also did mission work overseas. His wife, Heidi, and two daughters are actively involved in the ministry of the church.

Darlene Barr

Director of Business/Church Ministry

Barbara Masden

Church Secretary

Barbara Masden came on staff in May 2006. She is a long-time member of the church and has lived in Lake Havasu City since September 1971.... Now a widow, Barbara was a stay-at-home Mom for many years. She has 4 children and has worked and volunteered in various capacities in the city.

Heidi Bybee

Ministry Assistant

Heidi Bybee joined the church staff in October 2004. She works with the Christian Education Team, arranges and leads the praise band's music, creates the projection presentations for worship services, is involved with the women's ministry..., and assists in other areas. Born and raised in Michigan, she received her Associate Degree from Lake Michigan College and her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Siena Heights University. Heidi held various administrative assistant positions including one in Switzerland where she lived for almost eight years. She cherishes her past experiences with Yout With a Mission volunteering on their Mercy Ships and completing a Discipleship Training School and Outreach in Egypt.

Steve Wayman

Choir and Bell Choir Director

Steve Wayman became our choir director in September 2005. A graduate of Northern Arizona University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Education and a minor in music educator at Starline Elementary School.... Although he grew up in the Phoenix are, his family moved to Pinetop-Lakeside while he was in high school and there, he began singing in a gospel trio with his mother and sister. Entering NAU on a vocal scholarship, planning to study vocal music with an emphasis in church music, he interrupted his studies when the church music program was cut. He sang at the Presley Theatre in Branson, Missouri, for several years in the 90’s and also worked with a record company in Nashville before he returned to NAU to continue his education. Besides singing, he also enjoys playing the guitar and trumpet.

Doug Los


Doug Los has been a professional instrumental musician, teacher director, composer/arranger, clinician, and conductor of music. A high school band and choir director from 1963-1980 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin..., and from 1980-2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada; he has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Education and a Master of Science Degree in Music Theory and Composition from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has been an accompanist for various churches, schools, community choirs, and soloist, and he has directed and sung in a number of church choirs. Doug is presently involved with several community musical groups; he plays tuba, euphonium, trombone, bass viol, organ, and piano. In summer of 2003, he began playing for our church services on a part-time basis; he became our full-time organist in September 2005.

Mark Sylvester

Youth Director