Dewayne Rembert - Pastor


Dewayne was born on February 21, 1975 and is a native of Linden, Ala. He is married to his best friend of 17 years, Leslie, and they are proud parents of three children: Devin, Dorian, and Journi. His corporate background consists of being the General Manager of one of Hilton Hotels brand hotels. Some of his theological training was at Birmingham Theological seminary. Dewayne had attended church with his grandmother as a child, but stopped attending after his grandmother's health prevented her from going. He has confessed that even though he attended church, he never "heard" the gospel message. He first believed the gospel message as an adult when he attended church after his boss at the time invited him. He then served there as a deacon for six years and youth pastor for seven years. During that time he was led to leave the corporate world and start Flatline Movement. Flatline is derived from Romans 6:11 which says, “ So you also must consider yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus.” Flatline is a combination of gospel artists, weekly mentoring and an AAU high school basketball team (currently off for now due to scheduling). He was Strong Tower at Washington Park’s first youth pastor where he developed their youth program which is known as iENGauge. He is also the chaplain of Lee High School football team. He also is on staff with Montgomery Baptist Association. Dewayne wrote his first book in 2018 called Flatlined 2 Ngauge. You can find the book at Books-A-Million, Barnes & Noble and Amazon. 

Keelan Adams - Associate Pastor



Keelan Adams is the son of John Sr. and Jo Ann Adams. He was born in Mobile, AL and raised by his parents in McIntosh, AL—a rural town just a few miles north of Mobile. Early in life he made a profession of the Christian faith because he perceived it as the good thing to do. He was baptized at the tender age of 8. However, upon entering the period of adolescence, a lifestyle of rebellion soon followed. He heard the gospel articulated clearly for the first time from a gospel-centered televangelist. After the Lord opened his eyes to see his desperate need for a savior and that he deserved the full penalty of sin, he placed his faith and trust in Jesus Christ November 2002 at age 17 and began a lifestyle of repentance from sin. As a senior at McIntosh High School Keelan was tempted to follow the lucrative career paths of his older brothers. Nevertheless, his ever-increasing desire to learn more about the Scriptures and to become a missionary or pastor caused him to seek a college that offered a solid biblical studies program. He soon matriculated at a Bible college in 2004. While a sophomore at Southeastern Bible College (SEBC) at Birmingham, AL he married Tracey (Bell) Adams, who is a constant reminder of God’s favor unto him and his best friend. Keelan later earned his degree in Bible and Theology (B.A., 2010) at SEBC and was also ordained as a Baptist minister the same year. He is currently a graduate student at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary at Wake Forest, NC where he is working towards earning an advanced biblical studies degree (M.Div.). Keelan also has experience as a classical Christian educator of four years. As a Christian apologist, he serves as a featured writer, speaker, and content creator for Tactical Faith, Inc. He plans to author books that will, as he says, “contribute to Christian scholarship.” He has a love for auto mechanics, cycling, fishing, reading, and writing. The Lord has blessed Keelan and Tracey with five children: Quincey, Aliyah, Carson, Christian, and Jahaziel.

Corvoursier Cleveland - Youth Director

Corvoursier Cleveland

Corvoursier was born in Montgomery, AL and raised in the Washington Park Area of Montgomery. Corvoursier had attended church with his great grandmother as a child up until 6th grade of middle school. He always believed in the Bible and understood the gospel but didn’t understand what it took to be a Christian. Therefore, he did not take the gospel of Christ seriously. In 8th grade, he started attending Common Ground Montgomery. He began occasionally attending Strong Tower At Washington Park church until later becoming a member. At the age of 15 he witnessed his great aunt die in front of him because of a heart attack. After witnessing this, he asked the Lord to truly enter his heart. He became a Christian and submitted to discipleship under Kevin King and Dewayne Rembert. Through the connections and relationships of the people at CGM (mainly Kevin King) He began creating music under the stage name “Big Yae” and has been doing so ever since. He was introduced to Dewayne through music and joined Flatline Ministries as a result. His passion for the youth comes from his experience growing up in the west side of Montgomery. Growing up in a place where there seems to be little or no hope to have a better life inspires him to do all he can to share the hope that the Lord has gifted him. Being a part of Flatline and traveling doing music has allowed him to do just that. While he will still serve in that capacity he has also felt called to become the youth minister for Flatline Church. Yae has his work under “Big Yae” on all platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, and others.