Pastor Danny Rigney
Pastor Danny grew up in a pastor's home. During his teenage years, he felt the call of God on his heart but ran from that call. Because of his father's position as pastor of the local church, he was involved in ministry at different levels.
After attending Lee College in Cleveland, Tennessee, Pastor Danny received his Master of Ministry from Central Christian University in 1997. While attending school, he began working in the local church in several capacities (Pathway Christian Academy monitor, principal, and administrator, Pathway Church of God Music Minister and Director of Ministries). After accepting the call of ministry, Pastor Danny began serving as Associate Pastor in 2001. He has also served on the state level as State Music Chairman, Youth Board Member, and State Council Member. He has served as President, Vice President, and Secretary/Treasurer for the Blytheville Ministerial Alliance over the past several years. Pastor Danny currently serves as the Church of God District Overseer for northeast Arkansas.
In September 2006, following the leading of the Lord, Pastor Danny assumed the role of Senior Pastor of Pathway Ministries. Pastor Danny has been a long term resident of Blytheville, Arkansas. He has a vision for this area of "connecting people, growing believers, and sharing hope".
Dr. L.V. Rigney
Dr. L.V. Rigney was born and raised in Wayne County, Mississippi. He is currently the Associate Pastor of Pathway Ministries. Dr. Rigney is a graduate of Central Christian University where he completed his Doctor of Ministry in May 1998.
Dr. Rigney moved to Blytheville in 1979 to assume the role of senior pastor. He served in that capacity for 28 years before semi-retiring. Under his leadership, Pathway Ministries moved to its present location at 4541 East Main Street in 1993.
Dr. Rigney has distinguished himself as a leader, not only in the denomination, but in his community.
Director of Discipleship, Evangelism, & Assimilation
Dwayne Culp currently serves the church as Director of Discipleship, Evangelism, & Assimilation. As youth pastor for 15 years, he was instrumental in the design, creation, and growth of Remix.
He has served other ministries as senior pastor, associate pastor and director of evangelism. Presently, Bro. Culp serves on the Arkansas State team as Youth and Christian Education Director while maintaining his role here at Pathway.
Dwayne and his wife Shenia have been involved in full time ministry for over 30 years.
David Brown serves as the student pastor of Remix. He received his Bachelor's degree at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville before moving to Blytheville for a teaching/coaching position. David currently also works at Gosnell Schools as a teacher and basketball/football coach.
David has felt a burden for youth for many years. His primary goal at Remix is to bring an understanding to students to love God and love people in order to continue to reach one more.