Meet Our Staff
        Doug McIntosh has served Cornerstone Bible Church since its beginnings in 1971. Doug and Tim Crater, a fellow 1971 graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, moved to Atlanta that year and began teaching the home Bible studies from which CBC was formed. In 1974, they began a second work in Dunwoody and in the spring of that year Dunwoody Community Church began its ministry with Tim Crater as senior pastor.
       In addition to his ministry at CBC, Doug serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Wycliffe Bible Translators USA. He has also served on the faculties of Carver Bible Institute and College and the Atlanta extension work of Columbia Bible College and Seminary. He also pursues a writing ministry. In addition to providing commentaries for CBC's mid-week studies, he has written curriculum material for Community Bible Studies, an international ministry. He has also published a number of books through Moody Press and Broadman & Holman.
       Doug and his wife Cheryl live in Lilburn and have three grown children: Tim, Carissa and Scott.

       As Associate Pastor since 1985 and a church member since 1976, Chuck is a familiar face around CBC. His job description can be summed up in one word: people. With his dual title of Shepherding Minister, Chuck spends his time helping church members care for each other, grow in their Christian faith and find a place to serve.
       On Sunday mornings, he teaches the Homebuilders class for married couples and assists with morning worship. During the week, Chuck spends his time serving in many ways, including following up on prayer requests, making hospital visits, leading committees and meeting with people, as needed. He also oversees the care and maintenance of the church facility and serves on the Board of Elders.
       Chuck lives in Stone Mountain with his wife, Patty. He has three grown children: Bryan, Eric and Mary Ruth, and five grandchildren.
       As the son of CBC members Jack and Linda Suter, Kent grew up in the church. Graduating from Providence Christian Academy in 1998, Kent went on to Bryan College, earning a double degree in Bible and Christian Education/Youth Ministry. Following graduation in 2002, he spent a year interning at CBC under the direction of (then) Youth Pastor Everett Bracken, and also worked as a staff member for Reach Out Youth Solutions with Dr. Barry St. Clair, a nationally recognized authority on youth ministry.
Youth Pastor
       Relocating to Charlotte, NC, Kent pursued seminary studies at Southern Evangelical Seminary, where he served as student assistant to President Emeritus Norman Geisler. He completed his Master's Degree in Christian Apologetics 2008. In 2005, he returned to Lilburn to become CBC’s Youth Pastor, bringing along his wife, Brook. A Bryan classmate, Brook earned the same double degree as Kent and works by his side to minister and disciple the youth of CBC. The couple has two daughters, Lilley and Maggie. Check out Kent's youth ministry website.

        Peter is a new member to the CBC pastoral staff. Graduating from Talbot Seminary in 2011 with his Master of Divinity (MDiv), he moved from California in 2014 to join our thriving and biblically based church. Peter oversees the Young Adult and Young Married groups at CBC. If you were to sum up what Peter is passionate about, he would tell you it is teaching, preaching and evangelism. Peter comes to us with years of experience as an associate pastor, has helped restart a church, and makes outreach a part of his daily life.
       Peter relocated from California as a pastor and chemist. His undergraduate degree is actually in chemistry and as a result he has years of experience studying God’s creation from the molecular level. However, his true passion is God’s Word and making new disciples.
       Peter comes to CBC with his wife, Cami, and their two boys, Logan (8 yrs) and Chase (4 yrs).

       Kay has worked as an administrative assistant at CBC since 1994. A skilled desktop publisher, Kay creates the Sunday bulletin and other church publications. In addition, she provides ongoing support for Doug’s ministry. The “unofficial” church photographer, Kay is often seen snapping photos as church events. “I love being involved in a ministry on a day-to-day basis,” says Kay. “It’s easy to work here.”
Church Secretary
       Another “child” of the church, Jill has attended CBC since 1983. In 2006, Jill joined the church staff in an administrative role, after spending most of her career as a schoolteacher. She works behind the scenes in a support role for the shepherding ministry and handles financial duties as well. “It is a privilege to work here with people who care not just about your career but also about your spiritual growth,” says Jill. “It has been a real blessing to me.”