Highland Lakes Crisis Network

Love God. Love People. Mobilize the Kingdom.

Our Mission and Vision

The Highland Lakes Crisis Network is a network of churches meeting the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our neighbors during times of crisis and disaster.

John 17:20-23

We exist to help equip and connect the Body of Christ to Love our neighbors through acts of service. We love God and People, and strive to serve, specifically in times of crisis.

James 2:14-20Revelation 19:7

Our Values and Goals

Unity: We strive to be one so that the world will know that God sent His son and will also be one in and with Him.

John 17:20-23

Honor the Church: Our desire is to connect people in need with God’s provision for them, by working together with existing, effective ministries in order to bring honor and glory to God and His church. Our interactions will be respectful and reflect our belief that all of our gifts have been given from God and should be used toward advancing His Kingdom.

Revelation 19:7 | 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 | 1 Corinthians 12:4-31 | Ephesians 4:1-16

Love Our Neighbors: The Greatest Commandment calls us to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind and to Love our neighbor as yourself. Everything we do is with a goal of glorifying God through service to others. We strive to serve and to love unconditionally, as Christ loved us. We treat each other with respect and dignity regardless of belief, politics, race, or any other thing that divides us in this world.

Matthew 22:37-40, James 2:14-20

Our Team

Directors

Kevin Naumann is a lifelong and 4th generation resident of Spicewood. He graduated from Marble Falls High School in 2006 and from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009 with a BA in Government and Sociology. Kevin received a Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies: Public Administration, Business Administration, Psychology degree from Angelo State University in 2013. He is a member of the Marble Falls ISD Board of Trustees and serves on the board of RockPile Church. Kevin joined HLCN as a Board member shortly after the founding in 2018 and assumed the role of Executive Director in May 2018.

Rachel is a graduate of Faith Academy in Marble Falls and has served the Highland Lakes community in various ways her whole life. She is a mother, wife, and all around support for those she meets. Rachel has served as Operations Team leader for HLCN since January 2019.

Kevin and his wife Rachel were married in November 2013. They were blessed with their son, Hudson, in November 2016 and second son, Smith, in July 2020. Together, they enjoy spending time with their family and friends and taking care of their many chickens, cows, and fruit trees.

Board Members

Jackie English has been a local pastor in the Highland Lakes area since 1977, and he is currently Senior Pastor of Christ Redeemer Fellowship in Granite Shoals. During that time he has also served as a founding board member of the Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center and the Helping Center, as well as a founding board member of HLCN. He also worked with the Texas Legislature for 5 years on the staff of the Texas Conservative Coalition, and worked with corporate business leaders for almost 15 years as the Director of Instructional Design for Baker Communications, a global corporate training company in Houston. He and his wife, Peggy, have 3 adult children and 6 grandchildren.

Stennis was born in Meridian, Mississippi and grew up in Jackson, Mississippi.  He graduated from Texas A&M and while there met his wife of 42 years Kim.  They have one daughter, Brittany.

He worked for The Coca-Cola Company for 30 years.  They lived in Shreveport, Knoxville, Charlotte and Atlanta during his career with Coca-Cola. He held a variety of managerial positions with the last one being Vice President of National Sales.  Kim was an elementary school teacher after graduating from A&M and retried after 34 years in the classroom.

Stennis and Kim moved to the Highland Lakes area 4 years ago.  In addition to the Highland Lakes Crisis Network Stennis is the President of the board of the Highland Lakes Pregnancy Resource Center, VP of High School Relations for the Aggie Club, VP of Programming for the Austin Shutterbug Photography Club and an Elder at Hill Country Fellowship.

Bob was born in Dallas, Texas and has lived in Texas all his life. A graduate of Sherman High School, Bob has a BA in Business Studies from Austin College, also in Sherman. Bob is an Eagle Scout and a recipient of the God and Country Medal. While in Sherman, he was president of the Jaycees, Grayson Cancer Society, and a board member of the Grayson County United Way, Kiwanis Club, Ducks Unlimited, and the Grayson, Cooke, and Fannin Council of Governments. Bob also served on the Sherman City Council and was Deputy Mayor for part of his city service. After moving to Houston in 1988, Bob was very active in public school service and coached boys’ and girls’ basketball, baseball, softball, and soccer. Bob served as president of the Memorial High School Booster Club in 1999-2000. After moving to Horseshoe Bay, Bob served as Chairman of the Men of Faith with the Church at Horseshoe Bay for two years, served on the church’s Pastoral Nominating Committee, and a discovery committee for non-traditional worship. Currently an Elder at Lake Shores Church in Marble Falls, Bob is also on the board of directors at the Highland Lakes Crisis Network.

Bob has spent 47 years in financial services to include real estate banking, stock brokerage, management, investment banking, and investment advisory. He currently serves as a private advisor to families and their companies, and as a personal business coach.

Bob is married to his high school sweetheart Nancy Rogers, and they celebrate 50 years of marriage. Bob says he now understands the term “marriage made in heaven”. Bob and Nancy have a grown son and daughter who have given them five precious grandchildren who keep them on their toes.

Reagan Lambert was hired by Tom Landry in 1990 as the Director of the Austin/Central Texas/Hill Country Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) for more than 30 years. The Austin/Central Texas/Hill Country FCA covers 14 counties and 220+ middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities. He and his staff worked on more than 130 school campuses.

Reagan was raised in the Austin area, attended McCallum High School and Southwest Texas State where he met his wife Debbie (married 45 years). Reagan and Debbie moved to Horseshoe Bay in 2011 and he has been serving the HSB community, first as a member of the HSB Property Owners Association (treasurer) for 2 years and 4 years as a HSB City Council Member (2015-1019). While on the HSB City Council he was a member of CAPCOG (Capitol Area Council of Governments) and served on the transportation and economic development committees.Prior to moving to Horseshoe Bay, he was a Board Member and President of the Ruby Ranch Homeowners Assn. and Board Member of the Ruby Ranch Water Supply Corp. where he formerly lived.

Reagan and Debbie are members of Life Marble Falls church.

Reagan and Debbie have two children; daughter Allison, a former college volleyball player (UNC Asheville), she is currently employed by Salt Traders Coastal Cooking in Round Rock as a manager and son Zach, a former college football player and graduate of Hardin Simmons University and Dallas Theological Seminary. Zach is the Pastor at Restore Austin, married to Amy and they have two boys, Judah and Major.

Rick has dedicated the last 36 years serving, volunteering, and ministering to God’s children (young and mature) through his business calling in public entity risk management, church leadership, various community boards and youth sports activities.

He and his family moved to Marble Falls from West Texas in the late 1960’s to be closer to water, as that is what competitive water skiers need most.  He and his family traveled the U.S. and parts of the World through their waterskiing associations.  He is a 1983 graduate of Marble Falls ISD, where his mom taught for 25 years, and received his B.S. from Le Tourneau University.  His career introduction into serving others began with the Marriott Corporation prior to working as a Director for the Texas Association of School Boards, followed by a brief 5-year tenure with Mansfield I.S.D.  This led him, his wife, father and brother to start Edwards Risks Management, Inc. where he has served for the past 30 years and currently as the President and CEO.

Humbled by the opportunity to love and help others, Rick has served on the Marble Falls ISD School Board, was the President of the Granite Country Youth Soccer Association and on the Airport Advisory Board.  While he no longer co-leads worship with his wife at Fellowship Baptist Church, he does serve as the Deacon Chair and on other committees.  While away from work, Rick enjoys spending time with family and friends in the outdoors hunting, fishing, skiing, reading, praying, or in the air flying.

Rick has been married to his wife, Kim, for 34 years and they have been blessed with two boys, Collin (a graduate of UT Austin; now a corporate pilot and accountant) and Jared (a graduate of Duke University and presently continuing his studies in Spain).  The son of parents Jerry and Carolyn Edwards, Rick credits his inspirations in life to God, his wife, parents and Grandmother Euda Raley, who passed away in 2017 at the age of 104.

Rick has a passion for service and a heart for children and the least of these.  Rick’s guiding verse is John 3:30 “He must become greater; I must become less”.

Mark Mayfield serves as the President/CEO of the Texas Housing Foundation, a regional public housing authority based in Marble Falls, Texas; a position he has held for 34years.

His interests include family, his church and community service. Currently he serves as President of the Capital Area Housing Finance Corporation; Vice-President of the Marble Falls Economic Development Corporation.

Over the course of his career, he has held many positions, both elected and appointed.

We are a network of relationships.

HLCN coordinates with local and state government, disaster agencies, businesses, ministries and local churches. We facilitate and assist in communication, building bridges and fostering trust and understanding.

The Highland Lakes Crisis Network (HLCN) is recognized by the State of Texas and the IRS as as a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.