Staff and Elders
Adam Wolfgang, Pastor
Adam and Stephanie Wolfgang have been married for 39 years. They spent the first 50 years of their lives serving churches in northern Michigan before transitioning into interim work and helping churches in Maine, Ohio and Wisconsin secure their next pastors. They now serve at Stillwater Community Chapel as its stationed pastor and wife to allow them to build longer term relationships with their church family and the communities of Grand Lake and Granby. Adam holds a B.A. of Philosophy and Religion from Spring Arbor University and a M.A. of Biblical Studies from Belhaven University. Stephanie holds a B.A. of Biology from Spring Arbor University.
The Wolfgangs have four children and nine grandchildren with another one on the way! Their children live in Illinois, Texas and Colorado and their parents live in Florida. One of their greatest joys are the times that they are able to spend together with family. Stephanie enjoys gardening, quilting and painting. Adam enjoys bicycling, fishing and a good cup of coffee. Their desire above all is to grow in their love for God and others. Jesus is continuing to transform their lives to be more like Him and each day they strive to walk in His footsteps.
Steve Robinson, Elder
Steve was raised in a church-going family, and in 2016 realized his need to accept Christ as his own personal savior. Since then, he has been learning, growing, & serving Him in the church and community. Having gone through dark times, struggles, & loss in his life, Steve appreciates the light and joy that Jesus has brought to him, as well as His peace. Steve's trust in Him is continually growing.
Steve has been a small business owner for over 30 years. He enjoys riding his Harley, football, travel, golf, and a little fishing. He met his wife, Johanna, in Grand Lake, where they live full time. Johanna has been active in prayer & care ministries throughout the years. Between them they have five children and three grandchildren.He looks forward to serving you and the church each day as they continue to grow stronger in faith together.
Cris Alexander, Elder
Cris Alexander was saved at a Child Evangelism Fellowship Good News Club at age 5. He was raised by godly parents who gave him a solid foundation through Bible teaching and scripture memorization. Cris met his wife Phyllis at Casa View Baptist Church in Dallas in early 1979 and they were married later that year. Cris has served for many years as a Bible teacher, a lay pastor, a deacon and an elder, and Phyllis has served beside him. They have been regular attenders of Stillwater since 2000. They have two children, three grandchildren and one great-grandchild with one more on the way!