Our Staff

  • Dave Crichlow

    Executive Director
    Owner- Indiana Badge & Nameplate Company

  • Scott O'Malley

    Campus Director/Apprentice Coordinator

    Scott joined the staff in July of 2007 and now serves as Staff Counselor/Apprentice Coordinator of Twelve Stones Ministries, Inc. (TS). Scott has worked with troubled children and families in a variety of settings for over 15 years. After working with hundreds of troubled children in residential care for over 7 years, and seeing the devastation of broken marriages on children, Scott finally realized that the best way to help children is to teach their parents how to live biblically to the glory of God. Scott has a Master of Arts Degree in Biblical Counseling from the Master’s University, CA. He and his wife Tara were married in 1992 and have eight children.

  • Craig Mercer

    Staff Counselor

    Craig joined TS in January 2010 as a Staff Counselor.  Craig and his wife Lisa were married in 2003. Craig grew up in Northern Ireland and experienced the transforming grace of Christ in 1995. He came to the United States in 1997 for Bible College and never left. His journey to becoming a part of the TS family includes: serving on a pastoral team at a local church, church planting, and seven years as a counselor in a christian residential recovery program. Craig has a Master of Arts Degree in Biblical Counseling from the Master’s University, CA.

  • Kimberly Clark

    Staff Counselor

    Kimberly Clark joined the staff of Twelve Stones in January of 2012 as Staff Counselor.  Kimberly and her husband Jim have four adult children.  At the age of twenty-three, Christ became Kimberly’s redeemer.  Kimberly has been counseling since 1999.  She is currently working on a Ph.D. in biblical counseling from Trinity, IN.  Her dissertation topic addresses the issue of childhood sexual abuse.  Kimberly has ministered to many women on a variety of concerns.  She is privileged to see the grace of Christ move and work through the Word and the context of the community of believers. Kimberly is living out the passage 2 Corinthians 1:4 and is exceedingly glad to walk with God in this way.