Our Team

Board of Directors

Craig Parks

Chairman of the Board

Craig joined the Mission: Possible! Austin Board in September 2010, having been introduced to the ministry several years ago while serving on the Community Impact team at Hill Country Bible Church. Craig also serves as one of HCBC’s disaster relief coordinators and has organized and led flood relief trips, as well as post-hurricane trips to the Mississippi Gulf Coast and New Orleans following Katrina, and Galveston following Hurricane Ike.

He is currently on the advisory board for Marbridge Foundation’s Victory Hall campaign. Craig is a Partner with Arts+Labor, an Austin-based film, video and motion graphics company. He and his wife, Jeanne, are parents of three children, Russell, Georgia and Leigh, who have all participated in summer mission trips to East Austin.

Tim Pinson, Sr.

Founder & Executive Director

Tim was born in Brownsville, Texas on January 28th, 1952 and moved to Austin, Texas in 1963. He spent the summer of 1973 as a missionary in Brazil with “Unevangelized Field Missions” while attending Citadel Bible College in Arkansas. Tim holds a Degree in Missions and Christian Education. Tim and his wife Cindy have always been involved ministry outreach. They began their married life as Youth Ministers in a small denominational church here in Austin, where Tim also served as an elder for three years.

They joined the Grace Covenant Church family in 1981 and started teaching adult Sunday School classes, leading Bible studies, and working with the youth group as a worship leader. Tim also served an Interim Youth Minister at Grace under Matt Cassidy. In October of 1991, Tim accepted the call as Director of Youth Ministries with Child Evangelism Fellowship where he served for two years. In 1992, Tim and Cindy founded Mission: Possible! Austin and continues to serve as the Executive Director.

Felicia Craig

Felicia has experience in programming and ministry. Felicia has long served East Austin with ministry through a local church, her ministry as “Lady Light”, and outreach in some of the low-income apartment communities. Felicia has experience with the Boys & Girls Club and Hat Creek Burger Company. Felicia’s creative and innovative spirit brings a great perspective to Mission: Possible! Austin.

Noell Alley

Noell has been connected to Mission: Possible! Austin for a long time. She has volunteered, help run camps, and served faithfully over the years. Noell is someone who has experienced multiple levels of Mission: Possible! Austin and now uses her gifts on the Board of Directors.

Rick Villani

Rick is a business man who is familiar with East Austin. He brings his experience and servant heart to Mission: Possible! Austin. Rick has been serving with Mission: Possible! Austin since 2013.

Clay Davis

Clay and his wife Meredith recently celebrated 25 years of marriage. They live in Austin, with their youngest son Benji, who is in high school. Their middle child, Nate, attends the University of Texas at Austin. Their oldest, Alayna, graduated from Texas A&M University and works in Austin. Clay has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Texas.

Clay operates Mañana Develpment Co., a private investment company that invests in small businesses, social enterprises and real estate projects. Prior to Mañana, Clay was involved in various real estate and software ventures.

Clay and Meredith attend the Austin Stone Community Church and serve in the children’s ministry.


Jon Rector

Associate Executive Director

Jonathan Rector was born and raised in Decatur, Illinois where he met his beautiful wife Shanna at Millikin University. They were married August 11, 2012 and moved to Austin, Texas in June 2013. They have a son Corbin, and a daughter Lydia. Jon graduated Lincoln Christian University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Leadership & Management and continues Seminary studies.

Jon and his family are members and actively serves at Eastside Community Church in Austin which meets at Mission: Possible! Austin, and currently lives in East Austin. In the summer of 2014 through Hill Country Bible Church Austin he became a Community Impact Intern serving East Austin with Mission: Possible! Austin.  Jonathan came on staff the fall of 2014, and is currently shadowing Tim Pinson Sr. to continue the ministry.

Bill Schreyer

Operations Director

Bill moved to Austin, Texas from Long Island, New York with his sweetheart Shelley during the spring of 1981. Bill and Shelley married in October 1976 and have three adult children, Cheryl, Jacob and Bob. In 1982, the Schreyers joined Grace Covenant Church in Austin where Bill has been very active as a Bible teacher, mentor, men’s groups and as an elder. Bill joined Mission: Possible! Austin in May of 2013 after a 30 year career with Motorola / Freescale as a Sr. Quality and Process Engineer. As a minister of Grace Covenant Church, God’s call to full-time ministry completes a circle of MP support that started with Tim and Bill as prayer partners when community ministry was just a dream. Bill has served as an MP Austin volunteer following Shelley, Cheryl, Jacob and Bob.

Dick Geoffroy

Strategic Partners & Human Resources Director

Dick Geoffroy has been with Mission: Possible! Austin since near the beginning. He is the main contact for Mission: Possible! Austin “Family of Ministries“, handles donor relations, and helps the staff manage day-to-day. Dick is a valuable asset to the team. He is the guy to contact if you are interested in touring the Mission: Possible! Austin campus, making donations, and learning more about what we do.

Jessica Post

Children’s Ministry Coordinator

Jessica Post (previously Brooks) grew up in Waco, moving to Austin in 2013 to attend the University of Texas at Austin. She graduated in 2016 and joined the Mission: Possible! Austin staff to become the Children’s Ministry Coordinator. On August 11th 2018, Jessica married Cameron Post who also serves on the Mission: Possible! Austin Staff.

Jessica began volunteering at an early age, where her love for kids grew. After moving to Austin, she became involved with Mission: Possible! Austin by volunteering with the Elm Ridge community and interning for 2 summers. She is now very excited to continue working in East Austin as the Children’s Ministry Coordinator!

Shelley Schreyer

Restoration Art Center (RAC) Director

Shelley Schreyer has been a part of Mission: Possible! Austin since its foundation and through her family’s friendship with the Pinson’s. Shelley is gifted artistically and uses her gifts through her weekly neighborhood ministry at the Restoration Art Center in Pflugerville. Shelley also serves as the Art Director at Camp Nikos. You will find yourself encouraged and prayed for when you spend time in her presence.

Mike Featherstone

Street Ministry Coordinator

September 27th 2005 was my first visit to Church Under The Bridge. I was homeless and living on the streets at the time. Saturday the 26th was my road to Damascus experience and my life changed forever. I had a hunger for God’s Word and the drive to be a servant. I met the man who was to be my mentor Duane Severance at C.U.B. I soon became involved with Mission Possible as a volunteer and that grew through the years.

I developed relationships with the staff members along the way and on May 16th 2014 I was added to the staff. Beau Hamner who was Street Ministry Director at the time was a major player in getting me on staff. He said it was because I Love Jesus! Today I am responsible for Church Under The Bridge coordination and am excited to see the future for Mission Possible in God’s purposes.

Billie Robinson

Office Manager

Billie came on staff with Mission: Possible Austin in 2001 as the office manager and secretary. Billie was born in Tell, Texas. She graduated from Austin High School and spent 20 years in the retail business as a buyer. Following her time in the retail industry, Billie spent the next 14 years as an executive assistant for the Deputy Superintendent of Education. Before coming on board with Mission: Possible! Austin, she worked for 13 years as the Office Director at a local church here in Austin.