Dr. Ronnie W. Floyd

Dr. Ronnie Floyd has been a pastor since he was twenty years of age. His experience, wisdom, and passion for God make him a pow erful proclaimer of God’s Word and inspiring leader. Through his preaching and leadership thousands of people here and all over the world are impacted by his message.

Since 1986, Pastor Floyd has served as the Senior Pastor of Cross Church, Northwest Arka nsas, a multi-campus church. In June 2016, he completed a two-year elected term as President of the Southern Baptist Convention. Dr. Floyd’s ministry as a local church pastor has been one of commitment to evangelism, discipleship, prayer, and the advancement of the Gospel to America and around the world. As well, he continues to lead in the advancement of racial unity in America and championing spiritual awakening in America.

In August 2017 Dr. Floyd was named the President of the National Day of Prayer. The National Day of Prayer Task Force mobilizes unified public prayer for America throughout the year, leading to the National Day of Prayer which is observed annually on the first Thursday of May. Dr. Floyd continues serving as Senior Pastor at Cross Church while fulfilling this great calling on his life.

Dr. Floyd’s ministry as a local church pastor has been one of commitment to evangelism, discipleship, and the advancement of the Gospel to America and around the world. In Dr. Floyd’s 30+ years of ministry in Northwest Arkansas, the church has baptized over 18,000 persons. In 2001, First Baptist Church of Springdale became a multi-campus ministry with the beginning of The Church at Pinnacle Hills. In 2010, the church changed its name to Cross Church and now has four campuses in Northwest Arkansas: Springdale, Rogers, Fayetteville; and a campus in Neosho, Missouri. Thousands gather in multiple worship venues weekly. While meeting at various local sites and four campuses, the church is committed to planting churches regionally, nationally, and internationally. Dr. Floyd also serves as the host/leader/speaker of The Summit, the Businesspersons Luncheon of Northwest Arkansas, equipping an estimated 400-700 business persons weekly.

Shiloh Christian School is a ministry of Cross Church. Shiloh is fully accredited by ACSI and currently serves over 1,000 students from preK4-12th grade from all over Northwest Arkansas. In 2013, Dr. Floyd’s dream of training leaders came to life with the establishment of the Cross Church School of Ministry, a one-year residential ministry experience that prepares leaders for life, ministry, and gospel advancement globally. To the glory of God, we have seen over 100 students graduate and mo ve on to full time ministry.

Dr. Floyd has been a strategic leader in the Southern Baptist Convention for decades, serving throughout the denomination in keeping with his commitment to invest in others to win the world for Christ. Dr. Floyd served as the first and only General Editor of the relaunch of LifeWay’s Bible Studies for Life curriculum series, assembling the advisory team that breathed fresh life into the most-used Bible study series in the world and consulting on its continued development. Over 1.5 million people studied these weekly, largest curriculum series in LifeWay.

Pastor Floyd has authored 20 books including The Power of Prayer and Fasting, 10 Things Every Minister Needs to Know, Our Last Great Hope: Awakening the Great Commission, and FORWARD: 7 Distinguishing Marks For Future. His most recent book Living Fit: Make Your Life Count By Pursuing A Healthy You released June 1, 2018. He received his bachelor’s degree from Howard Payne University and his master’s and doctoral degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Pastor Floyd’s proudest accomplishments stem from his personal life. He and his wife, Jeana, have been married for 42 years. They have two sons, Josh and Nick. Josh is married to Kate, and they have three sons, Peyton, Parker, and Jack. Nick is married to Meredith, and they have a son, Beckham and three daughters, Reese, Norah and Maya Faith.

Lisa Crump

Lisa Crump serves as the Vice-President of Volunteer Mobilization and Liaison to Prayer Ministries for the National Day of Prayer Task Force. Lisa completed her Bachelors in Organizational Management, Human Resources Emphasis from Colorado Christian University, earning the Professional of Human Resources designation.

Lisa served at the international ministry of Focus on the Family, based in Colorado Springs, Colorado for 10 years. There, she spent several years staffing employment positions for the ministry. She went on to serve as National Volunteer Manager at Focus and has worked with volunteers now for over 15 years. “I was drawn to move from a business function that supported ministry to being in the trenches directly, knowing it would be stretch me immensely and keep me at the feet of the cross.

In 2003 God opened the door for Lisa to serve with National Day of Prayer Task Force under Chairman Mrs. Shirley Dobson, where she has been both blessed and yet stretched spiritually beyond any expectation.  In her role, Lisa has the honor of serving with the nation-wide coordinator network consisting of thousands of volunteers across America working to call our nation to prayer.  These intercessors are zealous in the power of prayer to impact our nation from family to government, education to marketplace, church to military and beyond. This network mobilizes unified public prayer on the First Thursday of May.

Dion Elmore

Dion is the Vice-President of Marketing and Public Relations for the National Day of Prayer. He is a visionary leader, and is passionate about equipping, encouraging, and engaging the church, and individual believers in passionate, effective, fervent prayer.

Prior to joining the National Day of Prayer Task Force, he served as a senior pastor, was a leader in both Fortune 500 corporations and in small-business, specializing in leadership, creative strategy, and marketing. Dion served for several years with Focus on the Family, and worked on the creative development and marketing of a wide variety of films, books, magazines, and programming, including the popular Adventures in Odyssey series. He was also a pioneer in Focus on the Family’s International efforts, working to establish ministry outreaches in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Singapore.

Dion is a gifted teacher and speaker, and co-author of the book The Front Line (A Prayer Warrior's Guide to Spiritual Battle)He resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Larry Nobile

Larry serves the National Day of Prayer Task Force as the Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining the team in 2009, he was on staff with Focus on the Family where he served for 11 years in accounting and finance, including his last position as a Director of Finance. Prior to ministry, Larry was in manufacturing for 22 years as an accountant and MIS Manager. He graduated from Loyola University of Los Angeles in 1974 with a degree in Mathematics and then pursued business studies.

Larry’s wife of 35 years, Cindy, is a nurse currently serving as a sonographer and nurse manager in a Pregnancy Center in Colorado. They have three children, a son in ministry who is teaching high school in inner city Chicago, a married daughter who is an oncology nurse, and a single daughter with a degree in culinary arts. They also have 2 grandsons…and counting!

Mick Crump

Mick serves as the Assistant Director of Volunteer Mobilization and Customer Service Representative for the National Day of Prayer. Working alongside his wife Lisa, they enlist new volunteers, churches, and organizations to lead prayer gatherings across America. Mick has a passion for helping our volunteer leaders and constituents, and will most often be the friendly voice on the other end of the phone, helping when they call in.