Mark Koller was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and now lives in Savannah, Texas. He was raised as a Baptist and it was there that he first experienced a call to ministry. He was married to his wife, Amy, in 1991, and they have three children, Drew, Rachel and Anna Kate. After graduating from college in 1993, he was eventually introduced to Reformed theology and the Puritans. While attending Whitefield Seminary in Lakeland, Florida and working full-time in a hospital laboratory, he assisted with church plants and providing pulpit supply in the PCA, the ARP, the RPCGA, and the RPCNA. His family joined the RPCNA in 2012 and he was called to be the church planting Pastor of Dallas RPC in 2013. Pastor Koller is a student of historical theology and he enjoys teaching on the Covenanters and the Puritans. He is currently working on a PhD at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Andrew is married to Jenny and they are blessed with two sons, Adrian and Henry. Andrew works as a Police Communications Supervisor. He was installed as a ruling elder at DRPC in March 2015.
Rom is married to Maegan and they have four children. Rom is an Independent Software Developer and a student of Divinity at RPTS. He was ordained and installed as a ruling elder at DRPC in March 2015.
The Bible teaches that the church is led by Elders. Elders are responsible for the spiritual oversight and governance of the congregation. In the Presbyterian form of church government, elders are also delegates to the higher courts of Presbytery and Synod.
Deacons are responsible for the ministry of mercy for the congregation and the community, and take care of the church's facilities.