MEET THE PASTORS
Pastor Randall L. House, Jr. & First Lady Tarsha House
Randall and Tarsha House are native Oklahomans. For the past twenty years, they have served in the church. Together, they have ministered to and counseled engaged couples, married, singles, and young adults.
Randall served faithfully alongside his parents Bishop Randall House, Sr. and Pastor Betty House until accepting the call to launch IMPACT Community Church in June 2019. As a young adult, Randall knew the undeniable call that God had on his life. He began teaching Sunday school and bible study at the age of 25. He has led men’s fellowships and has inspired and challenged men to live to their God-given potential. Randall has also served faithfully in the music department and helped to align musicians and singers to maximize their individual and collective talents for the glory of God. Affectionately known as Pastor Randy, he has a gift of teaching practical, yet thought-provoking, and life-changing messages in a manner that is often humorous and enlightens the heart.
Tarsha has been involved in many aspects of ministry including the not so glamorous work performed behind the scenes. She has worked in the finance department and volunteered in children’s church for several years. She has also led women’s fellowships and has been involved in mentoring young ladies to help them strengthen their love and commitment to Jesus Christ while challenging them to reach higher, exercise wisdom, and respect themselves as God’s Girls. As a testimony to her ministry, young women have been able to cherish their relationship with God, lead small groups, eliminate debt, and comprehend their true identity in Christ. As a co-founder of IMAPCT Community Church, Tarsha has helped many to truly know and love Jesus and to make the love of Jesus known.
Randall and Tarsha are the proud parents of two amazing young adults, Caleb and Jasmine. Their marriage and ministry have served to impact all whom they come in contact with as they endeavor to help both believers and nonbelievers alike to live life better with Christ.