Our Elders

From Left to Right:

Charles Johanson, Wade Harris, Dave Landry, and Buddy Adams


"Pay attention to yourself and to all the flock, in which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to care for the church of God, which he obtained with his own blood." Acts 20:28

Our Deacons

Antonio Estevez, Jose Maldonado, Josh Russell, Brian Vranes and John Wade

"Therefore my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain." 1 Corinthians 15:58

Our Ministers

We are blessed to have these ministers working with us.

  • Pulpit minister

    Charles Johanson

    Charles Johanson was born in Alice, TX. He married his wife, Daryl, in 1976. They raised two, faithful, beautiful girls. They are now the grandparents of five. He graduated from Texas A&M in 1976 with a B.S. in Sociology, and then received his Masters in Bible from ACU in 1986.

    He preached his first sermon at the age of 16, preached for a church in Navasota, TX while attending A&M and a fill-in minister for a number of congregations in Houston while working full-time after graduating from A&M. In 1984, he moved his family to Devine, TX where he worked as a full-time minister. In 1987, he began his position as Director of the Bible Chair at San Antonio College and Associate Minister at San Pedro Church of Christ. In 1998, he became the Pulpit Minister. He has been at San Pedro for 26 years and now serves as an elder shepherding the flock.

    Charles enjoys many sports including golf and running. He is an avid reader, likes chess and is quite competitive. Most of all, he wants to be known as approachable by all people, of any age and any level of faith, and that they may come to him and talk about anything. He wishes to share the Gospel with all possible! The open door policy at the Bible Chair taught him to be patient and to love unconditionally.

  • minister evangelism

    Richard Pectol

    Richard Pectol was born in Arkansas, raised in Phoenix, AZ, Richard has been preaching since his early teens. After graduation from Abilene Christian College, he had his wife Gay, whom he met at ACC, moved to Kalispell, MT. Both children, Tom & Sylvia, were born there.  They later returned to Texas, and Richard received his MA at ACU. Other studies throughout the years were done at Texas Wesleyan, Fort Worth Christian, Rogers State College, and the University of North Carolina in the fields of Education, Psychology and Marriage, in addition to Bible. He preached and held many gospel meetings in the Western US and in Texas. Richard also taught at Radville (Now Western) Christian College in Canada.

    In 1967, the family moved to Wichita Falls for several years. Later ministries included Winston-Salem, NC; Searcy, AR and Claremore, OK. During this time, Richard took several overseas missions and worked with Truth for Today. In this capacity, he traveled to Ukraine, Honduras, Costa Rica, Mexico and Surinam. He also worked in Germany, Switzerland, Holland and Puerto Rico.

    Richard "retired" to San Antonio where he continued preaching, first at Camp Bandina Church of Christ and then at Jefferson Church of Christ. When Jefferson closed, he and Gay decided to make San Pedro their home.

    Richard and Gay have a great love for the Lord and passion to share the Gospel!

  • spanish minister

    Antonio Estevez

    Antonio es originario de la ciudad de México donde asistió a la facultad de ingeniería antes de emigrar a los Estados Unidos en busca de "una vida mejor". Antonio está felizmente casado con Ángeles desde diciembre del 2002, y juntos tienen una hija - Lilian, quien asiste a la escuela secundaria. Antonio trabaja como gerente de construcción durante la semana. Cuando Antonio estaba a cargo de la construcción de la universidad Texas A&M en Texarkana, TX, Antonio y Ángeles encontraron la iglesia de Cristo y fueron bautizados poco después de oír y creer la Palabra (Juan 5:24),  por lo tanto pudieron encontrar la "Vida Mejor" que estaban buscando! Antonio comenzó su ministerio en la Iglesia de Cristo Bammel Rd. en Houston donde los ancianos de Bammel nombraron a Antonio como diácono en 2012. Antonio, Ángeles y Lilian se unieron a la familia de la iglesia de San Pedro donde encontraron un hogar espiritual. Antonio fue asignado como diácono en San Pedro en 2017 y actualmente sirve como el Ministro en Español – predicando y enseñado la Palabra a los demás. (1ª Cor. 1:18)

    Born and raised in Mexico City, Antonio attended civil engineering school before migrating to the United States in search of "a better life". Antonio is happily married to Angeles since December 2002, and together they have a daughter - Lilian, who attends high school. Antonio works as a project manager in construction during the week. While building Texas A&M campus in Texarkana, TX, Antonio and Angeles found the church of Christ and were baptized shortly after hearing and believing the Word (John 5:24), - thus finding the "Better Life" he was seeking! Antonio commenced his ministry at Bammel Rd. Church of Christ in Houston where the Elders at Bammel appointed Antonio as a deacon in 2012. Antonio, Angeles and Lilian joined the San Pedro church family where they found a spiritual home. Antonio was assigned as a deacon at San Pedro in 2017 and currently serves as the Spanish Minister - preaching and teaching the Word to others. (John 1:1)

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