Our Staff

  • Joel & Danelle Knox

    Lead Pastors

    Joel and Danelle serve together as pastors of Vineyard Brenham. They met at Southwestern Assemblies of God University, in Waxahachie, Texas in 1989 and were married in 1991. They discovered the Vineyard Movement in 1995 and have served in Vineyard churches since 1998. They moved to Brenham in 2016 and became our pastors in January of 2018. They have 3 grown children and two cats, Tikva and Mischka. 

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  • Vern & Bevan Howard

    Care Ministries

    Vern and Bevan are from Ohio and Kentucky, respectively. They are career educators with over 40 years of experience in education, coaching and administration in the US and Ecuador, where they also served as missionaries. They moved to Brenham in 2018 and quickly joined our staff, providing pastoral care and counseling services to our church. They are passionate about Jesus, family, football, kids, hospitality, dachshunds and the Astros!

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  • Brian & Shaunna Marshall

    Body Life

    Brian and Shaunna are high school sweethearts from Phoenix, Arizona. They have two grown children. They have attended and served in Vineyard Churches for 30+ years. They moved to Brenham in 2017 to follow God's leading.  As leaders of Body Life, the Marshalls are responsible for making connections within the church. They are passionate about helping people find their place and equipping them to serve in the Body of Christ. Additionally, Shaunna serves as our Worship Pastor, Lead ASL Interpreter and a teacher in our Children's Ministry. Brian serves as the church treasurer and leads our Tech Team.

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  • Beverly Berger

    Facilities Management

    Beverly is originally from Dickinson, Texas. She has lived in Brenham for more than 35 years. She has two grown daughters and an adorable dog named Oreo. Beverly has attended Vineyard Brenham for over 10 years and is responsible for the management of our facilities. She enjoys serving, helping and giving in any way she can to the benefit of the church body.