At the young age of sixteen, Dru Brents surrendered his heart to the Lord Jesus Christ. He immediately began to preach the gospel. His weekends consisted of soul winning on the streets and telling everyone how their lives can be forever changed. His passion for souls and his enthusiasm to spread the gospel of Jesus is contagious.
Graduating from School of Ministry in 1991, the call upon his life was evident. Dru met his wife Scarlet in 1995 and married in 1996. Together they have two beautiful children, Bailey and Barrett. They recently joined Fellowship of Ministers International for accountability purposes. The organization was founded by Mark Brazee, Regee Scarborough and Paul Chase, with Sam Carr and Rusty Martin as a board advisors.
Dru and Scarlet are founders of Fire For All Nations (a 501c3 evangelistic association) and have traveled and preached both nationally and internationally. They currently reside in League City, Tx.
Scarlet grew up in a loving home and was saved at a young age. She graduated from University of Houston with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Marketing in 1992. On March 5, 1993, at the age of 22, she lost her mother to breast cancer and her life was forever changed. After turning away from God in college, Scarlet came back to the Lord in 1994 and served faithfully in her local church where she met her husband, Dru. They were married in September of 1996 and now have two children, Bailey and Barrett. Scarlet has traveled with Dru nationally and internationally and loves seeing God move in the lives of people. She loves being a wife and mom and desires to fulfill the call of God on her life.
Vivian Trevino Cantu has been in ministry most of her life. She was born into a pastor’s home being one of the youngest of 11 children. Her family was very involved in ministry serving in almost every facet of the local church.
Vivian surrendered her life to the Lord at the age of 13, and shortly thereafter began playing guitar and teaching Sunday School. At 17 years of age she would go with a small group of girls to sing at the local nursing home and in hospitals where patients would receive a comforting word and prayer.
She studied to be a nurse and was also pursuing a degree in elementary education when the Lord began stirring her heart for a total commitment to Him to serve in His kingdom. In 1988 she traveled to London, England for a three month training course in missions. In 1989 she served as a missionary working with youth and children in Mexico City. She returned to the States in 1990 after the death of her father to take care of her mother. She began giving Bible Studies to a group of young girls in their home and the group continued growing every week as many were giving their lives to the Lord and being touched by the power of God. At one point there were 60 young people congregating in the home with a hunger for more of God.
Vivian was married in 1991 and in 1995 she re-entered the mission field going to Managua, Nicaragua with her husband and first born son Christian who was 18 months old. Her son Aaron was born in Nicaragua in 1996, and her daughter Sarah was also born in Nicaragua in 1998. Samuel, a native Nicaraguan, became part of their family in 2003. Her children are gifted in music and her three sons are have studied at Canzion Music School.
Vivian and her husband were pastors in Nicaragua from 1996 to 2008 raising a strong local church. Vivian also had her own radio program which opened many doors for her to speak at churches and women’s conferences. She has a strong compassion for women today after having passed through the trial of separation and divorce. Her desire is to continue to help believers in their walk with the Lord no matter how strong the opposition from the enemy becomes.
Vivian now resides in Alvin, TX with her children. She works as a full time nurse, directs a Bible School at Emmanuel Worship Center in Alvin, TX and currently serves as the crusade coordinator for Fire For All Nations (FFAN).