Alan Bias

Alan Bias is a dedicated Christian, devout husband, proud father of three, accomplished pastor, inspirational speaker and author of the book, Walking with God in a World Gone Busy.

In his youth he attended Indiana University and then traveled to 23 countries in Up With People. In 1990 Alan attended bible school before becoming a pastor at New Creation Fellowship in Denton, Texas. He spent six years serving as president of the Denton Gospel Mission Homeless Shelter for men and founded The Salvation Army Women and Children’s Shelter as well as a Christ-centered drug and alcohol rehabilitation home. With a heart for evangelism, he organized and led several community outreaches in Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas and other communities in the DFW Metroplex. Alan has led mission trips into Mexico, living in homes, meeting needs and preaching the Gospel while providing training for workers. He was a pastor at Sojourn Church in North Dallas from 1999 to 2006 before becoming a church, ministry and small business consultant. He then became Executive Pastor of Heritage Family Church and a public speaker from 2012 to 2017. His speaking engagements included Teach Them Diligently national conventions and a National Association of University Model Schools national convention.

He is currently president of the non-profit organization, Steps of Hope and pastor of a new church in Southlake Texas. His current missions focus is Cuba with trips in 2016 and 2017.