Church Staff

  Jason Craft

Jason Craft

Senior Pastor


Twitter: @_JasonCraft

Jason Craft is a husband and a dad.  He married his wife Leanna in 1993 and together they have four beautiful children.  Jason is also the Pastor and Senior Elder of Messiah’s House in Amarillo, TX.  He has been in full time ministry since 1993 serving the body of Christ in many capacities.  In 1998, Jason was led by God to begin Threshing Floor Ministries so that he might travel the country spreading the Good News and to call The Church to revival.  In 2003, God began to give Jason a heart to pastor people.  After much prayer, Messiah’s House was officially birthed in September of 2005.  Though Jason still enjoys traveling on a limited basis, his heart is to shepherd the people of Messiah’s House.

  Rick Trafton

Rick Trafton

Associate Pastor


Twitter: @TraftonRick

Rick knows he lives in the favor of the Lord because of his marriage to his childhood sweetheart Brenda. They married in February of 1974, and have two incredible children who are now grown and married as well. Rick and Brenda have been involved with Messiah’s House from the very beginning in the spring of 2005. It is the desire of Rick’s heart to see and be a part of men, women, marriages and families reflect the beauty and glory of the Father through discipleship and transformation.

Beau Perkins

Worship Pastor


Twitter: @BeauPerkins

Beau Perkins is a born and raised Amarillo native, married to Mercy, who he met in Kansas City during college. The Perkins spent two years in Australia serving as youth pastors, where their son Henry was born. They moved back to Amarillo to serve Messiah's House as associate pastors, focusing most of their energy on building the worship community. They love the creative, to innovate new sounds and songs, and to enjoy God through music and relationship with others.





Student Pastor


Twitter: @_edean

Emily was born and raised in Perth, West Australia in an amazing family of six. Once she graduated from high school, Emily got heavily involved in the leadership team of her youth group in Perth and spent two years working, traveling and volunteering at the church before moving to California for ministry school. In 2014 she felt the call to attend Bethel's School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California, where she began her first year that September. In May of 2017, Emily graduated from her third year of ministry school and left Bethel acquiring the position as the Student Pastor here at Messiahs House in Amarillo. Emily is passionate about raising up young leaders who are on fire for the Lord, leading people into the love of God, and ultimately seeing revival all over the earth.


Cheryl Ince

Children’s Minister/Administrative Asst.


Twitter: @CherylInce

Cheryl has been blessed to be a mother and grandmother.  Her beautiful daughter married her sweetheart and together they are raising their children to love the Lord.  Cheryl has been involved with Messiah's House since 2006.  In 2010 the Lord started her passion to minister to children through a mission trip and then opened the door for her to minister at Messiah's House.  Along with being one of the Children's Ministers, she also serves as the Administrative Assistant.  She has a deep desire to see children begin a relationship with Christ and grow in Him - and to encourage families to seek the Lord together.

Leanna Craft

Children's Minister


Twitter: @_leannacraft

Leanna is married to her high school sweetheart Jason. They have 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls.  Her biggest childhood dream was to be a wife and mom. Leanna is the pastor's wife and one of the Children's Ministers. She has been in ministry with her husband since 1993. She began ministering in the Children's area at Messiah's House in 2007. Being a mom herself, she is passionate about children and families walking in their identity in Christ. The enemy begins this attack very early in the life of a child. Her heart is to equip children to live in the power that is available to them. There is one Spirit and He is just as big in a child's body as He is in adults.









Rick Trafton