Dr. Will Langstaff, Jr.

Senior Pastor

Pastor Will Langstaff Jr. was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, on March 28, 1953. He graduated from Crossett High School in 1971, and obtained a double Bachelor in Business and Aerospace Studies in 1975 from the University of Arkansas.

Pastor Langstaff received his MPA at Troy State University, his MC from USC, his ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS), his PhD from Angeles University in 1987 and his DMin at DTS in 2011. He completed various other job training schools and military leadership schools.

Pastor Langstaff spent 21 years in the USAF flying fighter jets and commanding at various levels. He was promoted to the permanent rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and is a well decorated Veteran. Ordinations include: Deacon (1983), ABC Pastor (1993) and SBC pastor (2000). His passions are: Loving his wife Abby of 39 years, leading the lost to Christ, teaching the truth of Scripture so that lives are changed, his grand babies, reading, riding his Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic, golf … and golf. Abby is a graduate of UNLV with a degree in Criminology. They have three adult children: Scott M. Langstaff, Ingrid N. Lewis and Jenny L. Harlowe. They have eight grand kids: Taylor, Aaren, Courtney, Anthony, Abigail, Lilly, Caleb and Hannah.

God awakened the pastor with a vision to plant The Servant House in January 6, 1999. Home Bible Study led to preview services in July 1999 and the Grand Opening of the Servant House on October 1999. As a teenager God placed a burden upon his heart that ended when he came across Romans 12:1. Since then he has sought to be a servant in every facet of his life. Our church vision is seen in Romans 12:2, which is to look like the world and love like Christ as we transcend world conformity based on biblical truth. God called every church to be a Great Commission church. The Servant House does this by “Reaching and Strengthening Servants Worldwide for Christ.” To that end, we have over 40 ministries, helped plant churches in Texas and Africa and helped sponsor missionaries in Africa, Asia, South America and Israel.