Regent Board | Plymouth Christian Academy

The Regent Board at Plymouth Christian Academy has the responsibility and authority for the establishment, function, and maintenance of PCA’s programs and fiscal matters. They are guided by the Deacon Board of Calvary Baptist Church as they establish formal policies for the well-being of PCA.

The Regent Board at PCA is comprised of mature Christians, two-thirds of which are Calvary Baptist Church members and one-third who attend other churches. Each Regent Board member has a passion for the mission of Plymouth Christian Academy and is dedicated to their service to PCA for God’s glory.

Regents are not involved in the day-to-day activities of the school but instead are charged with ensuring that the PCA Superintendent is delivering on Regent Board expectations while remaining compliant with Regent Board policies.

Each year, the Regent Board reviews and updates a rolling 5-year strategic plan that we refer to as the PCA “20:20 Vision” (at present it encompasses key strategies for the 5-year timeframe for school years starting 2017-2021).

Meet The Regent Board

Michael Warmbier
Regent Board Chair
Michael Warmbier, PCA Class of 1987, was attending PCA the first year it opened in 1976. Following graduation, Michael attended Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana pursuing a degree in Computer Technology. Since 1991, Michael has been in the computer consulting industry and has worked for large-scale consulting companies. He is now a member of Kinetix, an IT Consulting company providing IT Consulting Services for small to medium-sized businesses. Over the past 15 years, Michael has also been involved in local politics and has held local elected trustee positions, as well as planning commission and zoning board chair positions.After being away from the area for nearly 30 years, Michael and his family returned to Plymouth in 2015 to be close to family and to have an opportunity for his kids to have the same Christian education he received. Michael’s wife Melissa is the assistant to Ryan Batson, the Elementary Principal at PCA and their children Eva and Faith are PCA high school students.
York Moore
Regent Board Chair

R. York Moore is an artistically gifted speaker, a revivalist, and abolitionist. He serves as National Evangelist for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA. He is the author of Do Something Beautiful: The Story of Everything and a Guide to Your Place in It, Growing Your Faith by Giving it Away, and Making All Things New: God’s Dream for Global Justice. R. York Moore became a Christian from Atheism while studying philosophy at the University of Michigan. He has a degree in Philosophy from the University of Michigan and an MA in Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary. He lives in Canton with his wife and 3 children who have all attended PCA. For more information about R. York Moore, visit and follow him on social media channels @yorkmoore.

Matt Edwards
Regent Member

Matt and his wife Crystal have four children and they attend Calvary Baptist Church. Crystal is a PCA Class of 2001 graduate and is currently working in the PCA Tuition Office. Their four children attend PCA.

Rob Askew
Regent Member

Rob Askew has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Wayne State University, a Graduate Certificate in Information Assurance Management and an MS in Information Systems from Lawrence Technological University. He currently works for General Motors as an IT Systems Analyst.

Rob and his wife Sheree are members of Calvary Baptist Church and their twins, Hannah and Noah, are enrolled in the PCA class of 2020 having attended since pre-school. He is also a PCA alumni and a testament to Christian education attending Temple Christian School (K-11) and then graduating from Plymouth Christian Academy in 1991.

“Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6

Lisa Waters
Regent Member

Lisa Waters holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree in Social Work with a concentration on K-12 Education and Mental Health, from Wayne State University. She is a school social worker in Westland, MI. Lisa and her husband, who is a school principal in the Pontiac community, are avid supporters of Christian Academics. As educators, they both understand the importance and vital significance of Christ-centered principles, as the backbone of educational development. Lisa and Sean have three children. Two daughters, DeSean and Bailey, and a son, Cameron. Bailey is a 1st-grade student at Plymouth Christian Academy.