Pastor Wayne & Pat Putman

 

Wayne Putman is in his first year as the pastor of Trinity Church of the Nazarene. He is a Dallas native (born and raised in Oak Cliff and a graduate of Sunset High School). He attended Baylor University and graduated from Dallas Baptist University. He did his graduate work at Dallas Theological Seminary.

He and his wife, Pat, raised their three children in Ovilla. Their children (all married with amazing spouses) have given them nine grandchildren (they’re the best!)

Wayne loves encouraging and supporting people in their pursuit of God. He also enjoys helping people understand how practical and useful the Bible is in everyday life. He has a unique way of communicating with children, teens, and adults of all ages. He says “it’s a sin to bore people with the truth about God!”

Wayne and Pat love spending time with their family (especially those grandkids!). They enjoy being with people, but also like a day to themselves once in a while. They like to eat out (especially Mexican food!).

Wayne believes pursuing a relationship with God through His Son, Jesus, with other like-minded people is the only way to live life. We are created for authentic relationships – with God and with each other.

 

 

 

Associate Pastor Moisés & Irma Márquez

Pastor Moisés Márquez is a native of Mexico.  He was born in a Christian home, and his parents were pastors of the Church of the Nazarene for many years.

He completed his college and ministerial studies in Monterrey, Mexico, where he also married Irma Cantu in March of 1974.  God gave them 4 children: Moisés, Alex, Manuel, and Ana.  All four of them are now married and serving the Lord in various ministries in different cities.

For 12 years he practiced his profession as a lawyer until the Lord called him to the ministry in August of 1982.  He served as the pastor of the 7th Church of the Nazarene in Monterrey for 15 years, and then he was called to be the pastor at the Dallas Primera Church in Dallas, TX in 1997.  In August of 2001 they were called to work at the Nazarene Publishing House in Kansas City, MO, assisting in the Spanish literature department, as part of the International Headquarters of the Church of the Nazarene.

In the month of August 2004 he received an invitation to go to Carthage, MO and start the Hispanic Ministry at the First Church of the Nazarene there, and to be the Hispanic Ministry Coordinator for the Joplin District.

Pastor Marquez and his wife, Irma, express their joy of serving God in leading the Hispanic Ministry of the Duncanville Trinity Church of the Nazarene.