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Leadership Team

Senior Pastor

Rev. Aubry Martin

Minister of Education/Administration

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Born and raised in Calhoun City, MS by godly parents. Accepted Jesus as personal Lord and Savior as a young boy and committed my life to full time service as a teenager. Graduated from Mississippi State University in 1979 with a Parks and Recreation Degree and worked for Corps of Engineers. Surrendered to the ministry in 1981 and graduated from New Orleans Theological Seminary in 1984.

Minister of Music

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Alan’s desire is to create an atmosphere of celebration and reverence through music for worship services. His passion is choir, discipling, and teaching God’s Word through music. Choir practice is the highlight of his week!

Alan’s wife, Kim, is an active partner in his ministry. She sings in the choir and helps write scripts for dramas, music programs and devotions. The Shoumaker’s have 4 grown children and 10 grandchildren. Their children are all active in their respective churches. Their 2 sons serve as worship leaders at a church in Georgia.

Tanner Aldridge

Minister of Students

Tanner is from Grenada, MS. He graduated from Grenada High School and went on to Mississippi State University
where he received a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. Currently, he is working towards a Master of Divinity through Western Seminary. He loves being with students and seeing them grow in Christ. Tanner considers himself a Bible-nerd and loves having conversations about all things Scripture, church history, discipleship, and theology (among many other things).

Regina Wetzstein

Children’s Minister

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Regina and her family relocated to Meridian in 2005 and became a part of the PSDBC family. Regina’s husband, Tom, is working at the base in Meridian. They have two children, Branson and Bailey.

Debby Delshad

Ministry Assistant

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Debby has one fantastic son and 2 amazing grandchildren. She’s been a preacher’s kid all her life so coming to PSDBC was more of a homecoming than a new venture.