Brett has been in full-time Christian service as a ministry leader for nearly 30 years – serving in various positions such as Senior Pastor, Lead Assistant Pastor and even as a Christian school administrator. He’s been married to his best friend, Cindy, for 27 years. The Capacis have three beautiful daughters: Lauren (26), Hannah (23) and Reagan (19). All three girls love and are committed to Christ in a strong way.
Brett studied both English and History as an undergraduate and then Theology and Counseling in graduate school. He has had the privilege of speaking in many churches and conferences throughout the country as well as internationally, encouraging believers in their walk with Christ. Brett enjoys independent films, all kinds of good food and is an avid fan of the Boston Celtics, New Orleans Saints and the University of Memphis Tigers, where his two oldest daughters are alumni.
Rodney grew up in a military home, moving around every few years. This life enabled him to see much of the world, including beautiful places like Seattle, Denver, Alaska and even Germany.
After completing a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s degree in Counseling, Rodney served at a church in Memphis, working in both children and student ministries, leading worship and coordinating an outreach program. It was in Memphis that he met Karalyn. They were married in August of 2014 and are both passionate about the opportunity to talk about Jesus, meet new friends and do life with the people of Las Vegas.
Next Generation Pastor
Nathan was born and raised in the metro Detroit area where he attended and later ministered at an Arabic speaking Bible Church. Through his various ministry opportunities among high school and college students, he felt a leading to pursue student ministry.
Nathan completed two degrees in Christian Ministry in South Carolina, where he also met his wife Justine – who recently gave birth to their first child, a beautiful boy named Rome. The Naoumi’s are incredibly excited about serving at Liberate and helping to make Jesus famous in Aliante and the greater Las Vegas area.