Our leadership

Mike Biggs — Pastor, Teaching Elder

Mike Biggs is the founding pastor of Christ the King Presbyterian Church in Norman, OK.

Mike graduated with honors from the University of Mississippi in 1981 with a B.A. in English. He then attended seminary at Columbia Graduate School of Bible and Missions (now Columbia International University) and Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS, from which he graduated with Masters of Divinity and Masters of Christian Education degrees.

Mike was ordained as a campus minister with Reformed University Ministries, the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America, in 1987, and labored for 14 years in this capacity on two different campuses: the University of Arkansas and New Mexico State University. During his time in Fayetteville, AR, he also served Covenant Presbyterian Church as its Director of Christian Education.

Mike moved to Norman in 2001 to plant Christ the King Presbyterian Church, which was particularized in April of 2004. He has since served as pastor and is involved in planting new churches and Reformed University Fellowships in Oklahoma and throughout the Southwest United States. He is currently working on a book on Christian growth for Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company.

Mike enjoys golf, playing and teaching the drums professionally, reading, and, obviously, theology. He and his wife Janna have seven grown children and 2, and counting, grandchildren.

Email Mike Biggs

Danny Cary — Ruling ElderDCary headshot

An elder at Christ the King since April 2004, Danny Cary has dutifully served the church in various capacities. Since being a Christian he has only known Presbyterianism but is well schooled and versed (no pun intended) on other denominations. Bouncing from church to church he and his family came across Christ the King and the rest is history. One of Danny’s goals for the church is to see the body act as a body – meaning there is synchronous work as a body to see the culture at large changed. Ideally, a result of this culture change is conversion, not only of our families but our neighbors. Before his time passes, he plans to see four or five churches planted in the Norman area.

He has spent many hours sacrificing his time for the betterment and growth of the church. The sacrifices in regards to time should be commended. As an elder, the one thing that Danny enjoys, in particular, is seeing the church grow spiritually and in number.

When he is not in church or doing elder activities he enjoys the occasional television show, particularly Band of Brothers and Sons of Guns. During football season he likes to watch OU football games with some of his closest friends, sometimes huddled around a fire pit. While sitting around a fire pit or simply watching television, Danny likes to read theological books and gun magazines, though not at the same time, and invoke deep conversation about theology, football, guns, and sometimes politics.

On top of the list of people who inspire him is Cammy, his wife of several years. “She is a great source of strength for me,” says Danny of his wife. To this day they remain a happily married couple with four children, 3 grandchildren, a Newfoundland (Kobe), and a cat named Harley.

Email Danny Cary

Jim Leckie — Ruling Elder

Since 2003, Jim Leckie has attended Christ the King Presbyterian Church. A studious servant, Jim is the newest elder to join the church leadership group. He has led and continues to lead small groups on topics that range from living out Christ through popular culture to learning about the glorious body of Christ, subjects that challenge the intellect and pushes the Christian to deepen their relationship through Christ. Jim graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1977 with a Bachelors Degree in Religion. Upon graduation and until the present time, he remained predominately Baptist. 1997 was the year in which he took to reformed theology and broke away from his Baptist roots. What pleases Jim as an elder is the privilege to serve communion each Sunday and the ability to communicate the importance of that to those he serves. He is joined by his wife, Pauletta, in this venture of eldership, a journey that they will cherish for a long time. A goal of Jim’s is to plant churches that are aimed at the various demographics in our world. The word of Christ should not be withheld from those who want to listen.

Email Jim Leckie

Dewayne Taylor – Ruling Elder

Dewayne Taylor was raised in Norman but left in 1970 to attend the Air Force Academy and spent 30 years after graduation serving in both the Air Force and Army. He and his wife Ann returned to Norman in 2012 to be near family and to participate in the mission and vision of Christ the King. As with many who have come to Reformed Theology, the path Dewayne and Ann took was circuitous (but providential) eventually leading them to their first PCA church in 2003. Immediately prior to returning to Norman, Dewayne served as a Ruling Elder at Christ Community PCA in Clearwater, FL.

Dewayne and Ann have two grown children and four grandchildren (pictures available on request). They are enthusiastic about our role in the great Mission of God to redeem His creation and are committed to the spiritual growth of our congregation.

Email Dewayne Taylor

Dale Fuqua – Ruling ElderDFuqua headshot

Dale held faculty positions at the University of North Dakota and Oklahoma State University, retiring from OSU after 30 years of service there and 40 years in higher education. When he and Jody came to CTK, they were impressed by the outstanding teaching, genuine worship, deep fellowship, and biblically based leadership. Fellowship with his brothers and sisters in Christ -no matter the context, is one of his favorite parts of serving. They also find encouragement and inspiration from the testimonies of our families.

Dale is married to Jody Newman. Their son, Jason, passed away unexpectedly at age 33 leaving behind their daughter-in-law and twin grandchildren. They have two dogs, Gracie and Walter, that are an integral part of their life. Also part of the family is Basil, a feral cat they adopted who lived with them 11 years and taught them many lessons about loving outside the box. When not with his family, you just might find Dale doing strength training or at the gun range.

Email Dale Fuqua

Steve Dile – Deacon

Steve and his wife, Jana moved to Norman in 1984. After five years in the IT industry with Southwestern Bell and AT&T, Steve joined the staff of the University of Oklahoma as Telecommunications Manager in 1986. After serving in various IT positions, he retired from OU in 2019.

Steve, Jana, and their two children joined Christ the King in 2006. They were drawn to CTK by the strong biblical teaching and genuine fellowship of believers demonstrated by the membership. Whether performing miscellaneous building repairs, organizing financial records, working alongside fellow members on various projects or performing “other duties as assigned”, Steve considers it a joy and blessing to serve God’s Kingdom through CTK.

Email Steve Dile

Scott Renfrow – Deacon

Scott has attended CTK since 2007. He grew up in Wetumka and has been married to Kayl since 2001. Scott and Kayl reside in Norman and have 3 boys, Eli, Micah, and Caleb.

In his early life, Scott grew up with a diverse set of denominational influences including United Methodist, SBC, and Assemblies of God. Through God’s providential care, he visited CTK Norman and was struck by the care with which the church thoughtfully constructed the worship service to honor the Word of God. Quickly, he grew to love and respect the teaching, particularly in regard to how it melded all of the various aspects of Scripture into a consistent and cohesive paradigm.

Scott maintains a practice in clinical Periodontics in Norman and enjoys OU Football, Cryptocurrency, politics, and family. 

Email Scott Renfrow

Scott McPherson

Scott is husband to Sara, father to nine children, master to four dogs, and servant to one cat. He and his family came to CTK because of the solid Biblical preaching and teaching, the warm family feeling of Christian unity, the emphasis on preparing each church member to be able to reach those within their spheres of influence for Christ, and the encouragement to view your vocation as another area of ministry in the Kingdom of Christ.Since Scott has been helping people and businesses with financial understanding for almost 30 years, he enjoys being able to help the church and her members figure out how to rightly manage the blessings God has given them. Scott and his family love offering regular hospitality to their church family and neighbors. There is always room for one more at their home! Scott also has many years experience of visiting the sick and grieving. So please don’t hesitate to let him know when he can minister to you at home or hospital.

Email Scott McPherson

Scott Shaw

A native of Norman, Scott joined the Air Force after receiving his B.S. Information Systems from Fairmont State College, Fairmont WV. Returning to Oklahoma a decade later, Scott now works as a CPA in the OKC area. Studying reformed theology in his free time remains one of his primary passions. John Calvin, Geerhardus Vos, and Cornelius Van Til are just a few of his favorites.

Email Scott Shaw