Dr. Lyon has served as Senior Pastor of Shiloh since 1997. Prior to coming to Shiloh, he taught at a Bible college in our nation’s capital for 12 years. The focus of Pastor Lyon’s ministry is the Scriptures. His passion is to clearly communicate the truths of the Word of God and to apply its eternal principles to the needs of twenty-first century believers. Doug became a widower in 2015, but has since remarried. Doug’s wife, Gina, has two children: Max and Paige, and Doug has two children: Joel and Anna.
Bob started in the role of Executive Pastor at Shiloh Bible Church on December 1, 2019. Bob grew up in the Bloomsburg area, and some of his earliest memories involve Shiloh Bible Church. Bob was saved and mentored by Larry Hummel who was the pastor at Shiloh at that time. Bob graduated from Bloomsburg University with a degree in Psychology and will complete a Master of Ministry degree form Freedom University and Seminary later this year. In 1991 Bob and his wife Deb became missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators and served as missionaries for the next 28 years in Suriname, South America and in Manila, Philippines. Bob has always tried to be open to the Lord’s call on his life and he truly believes that he has been called by the Lord to this place for this season of his life. His role as executive Pastor is primarily two-fold. He has been tasked with overseeing the administrative aspects of running a church and church staff. He also believes that God has called him to help Shiloh get focused on what the Lord desires for her to be as she moves forward into the future.
Matt joined Shiloh’s team in August of 2020. He has played a vital role in enhancing our worship services musically and spiritually. Matt has a beautiful family! When he’s not preparing for or leading our congregation in worship, he enjoys watching football.
Ken became the Director of Next Generation Ministries in September of 2021. Prior to joining the staff at Shiloh, Ken served in many roles within his former church… Director of Community Connections, lay leader, church council member, small group leader, Youth Sunday School teacher, “hype man”, and even delivered sermons on occasion. He has a passion for people, especially children and young adults, and cherishes the opportunity to walk alongside others on their faith journey as they deepen their own, personal relationship with God. Ken enjoys coaching youth sports and volunteering at the community center in Benton where he lives with his wife, Jessica, and their three sons… Wilmar, Stover, and Ryker.