Bill Quinn is Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel Fort Worth and is the founder of Love Never Fails International. For most of his almost 30 years in ministry, he has reached out to those in need. It was on September 1, 2004, while preparing for an evening sermon that he was given the vision for Love Never Fails International. Based on the scripture, Proverbs 19:17, “He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord, and He will pay back what he has given,” LNF International offers “a hand up, not a hand out” to low income children and families and brings about social, economic and spiritual rebirth through assistance, tutoring and mentoring. The powerful truth of the scripture led him to the foundation for the charity. LNF International aids those in need not only in the continental United States but to other parts of the world as well.
Scot Bates has worked for BNSF Railway for over 18 years in both an operating and marketing capacity. His current position is General Director of Sales for Industrial Product. Scot currently resides in Houston with his wife, Jenny, and their two children. Other philanthropic organizations in which Scot participates includes; United Way, American Diabetes Association, Junior Achievement and INROADS. In 2002, Scot was chosen as the Business Supervisor of the Year for the Dallas-Fort Worth INROADS Chapter.
Becky Carlson is a native Texas who was born in Houston, Texas and grew up in Grapevine. She graduated from Texas State University with a B.A. in History and English and went on to attend Texas Wesleyan University School of Law where she graduated magna cum laude. After law school she went to work for a Fort Worth based Oil and Gas firm, but left in early 2013 to help start a new firm (Carlson & Gongloff Law, PLLC), focusing primarily on real estate law.
Steve Chavez is employed with Universal Forest Products and has worked there for 16 years as a Production and Maintenance Supervisor. He has helped out in the area of safety and also as a Continuous Improvement Facilitator.
Carol Chavez has been serving in the LNFI programs for over four years. She is a mother of four and home-schooled her children throughout their school years. Carol is passionate about both the local and global work of LNFI.