Here is a brief biography of our pastors…


brandon and kristaRev. Brandon J. Little, Elder

Brandon has been a member of our church since 1992, faithfully serving in many areas of the church. After being ordained within this congregation, he served as the Assistant Pastor for 5 years before becoming Pastor in 2000. In addition to preaching and shepherding the flock, he helps those in need with Biblical counseling, teaches at a local Christian school and is an active member of the Batavia Rotary.

Krista has been a member here since 1986, while her own father served as Pastor. She is now the administrative secretary and serves on the Worship Team. Brandon, Krista and their two boys look forward to serving at LBC for as long as God allows.



Nicholas Newman, Elder

Nick and Debbie have been members since 1990. For years, Nick’s favorite verse has been Romans 8:28 because the Lord has taught him to trust Him through ‘all things’ (the ups and downs of life).  Because this verse mean so much to him, he shares it as often as possible so others can benefit from the Lord’s instruction.

Nick passionately serves as a Chaplain for Steel Horse Biker Ministry and the Clermont County Jail system, leads the weight lifting ministry and helps those in need with Biblical counseling.  Debbie enjoys serving her family and supporting her husband. She also directs the cleaning ministry and serves in the nursery.

Nick and Deb enjoy relaxing on their motorcycle and love spending time with their children, grandchildren and friends.




Gary Farmer, Elder

Gary and Lisa have been at Landmark since 2004 and have served in many different capacities.  They have a heart for God’s mission and His people and they give of themselves tirelessly.  They have a sincere desire for the Scriptures (they both have a special gift for context) and making the gospel known.  They also enjoy motorcycling, fishing, hunting, DYI projects and simplicity in the day to day.  They are so excited to be serving God’s people at Landmark and in the Clermont County community.