Ross, Summer, Norah, Rory, Rachel, and Libby

Ross Haffner

Full-time Pulpit Minister

Ross Haffner grew up in the state of Texas in a preacher’s family. He is a 2008 graduate of the Southwest School of Bible Studies in Austin, TX and has been preaching full time ever since. He has preached in Gordon, TX, Roanoke, TX, and Colleyville, TX. Ross has been preaching for Fountain Head since 2024. He is married to the former Summer Harris and has four children Norah, Rory, Rachel, and Libby. Ross has also done mission work across Texas and abroad in Hamilton, New Zealand. He has taught Speech and several Bible courses at a homeschool co-op. He also served as an adjunct instructor at the Brown Trail School of Preaching and directed a youth Bible camp each summer for several years.

Derrick, Caitlyn, Nolan, and Renley

Dr. Derrick Perdue

Youth Minister

Derrick Perdue currently lives in Franklin Kentucky with his wife, Caitlyn and children Nolan and Renley. He is a Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Specialist for the Simpson County School District, where Caitlyn also works as a 3rd grade teacher. On top of working for the school system, Derrick has a passion for working with the youth group at Fountain Head. Derrick received his undergraduate degree from Freed-Hardeman University in Middle Grades Education and Youth Ministry. He also has a Masters degree from Freed-Hardeman University in School Counseling, an ED.S in School Leadership/Administration from Western Kentucky University, and a Doctorate in School Leadership from Freed-Hardeman University. 

Derrick served as the youth minister at Fountain Head from 2011-2013 before he took the youth ministry position at the Juno Church of Christ where he served from 2013-2016. Derrick returned to work with the youth at Fountain Head in 2016. Derrick loves working with the youth at Fountain Head and strives each and every day to provide opportunities for the youth of the congregation to grow emotionally and spiritually. Derrick considers Fountain Head his home and believes the work of growing the hearts and minds of young people to be of utmost importance.