Kevin and Becky were married on July 3, 1987, and they are still best friends today. During their over 30 years of marriage, they have been blessed with two daughters, Mikaela and Julianna. Though certainly not a perfect family,
they are incredibly blessed to have each other!!!
The Harrison's attend church at
The Church on Rush Creek - Mira Lagos Campus.
Becky is, perhaps, Kevin's greatest strength, as she is the picture of dedication and commitment to her family. She grew up in East Texas just outside of Latexo on a farm down a long dirt road. Her parents, AC and Mary Neel have been married for over 67 years, with AC serving in World War II and Mary serving the Latexo ISD for over 54 years. While at Latexo, Becky was salutatorian of her class and played volleyball, basketball, and track.
Becky has an earned Bachelor of Business and Industry from Mississippi State and a Master of Education from Southwestern Assemblies of God University. Ask anyone who knows her and they will tell you, "Becky is an incredible person who will do anything for anyone." She currently serves as the Vice President of Student Services at West Coast Bible College & Seminary.
Mikaela is a junior at TCU where she will be wrapping up a bachelor degree in Biology by May 2019. She plans to go on to pursue a Master's of Physicians Assistant degree so she can help bring healing to others. Mikaela also attended the University of Texas-Arlington for two years on various scholarships in preparation for transferring to TCU. While at TCU, Mikaela has participated on the TCU traveling club volleyball team that competes in tournaments against other colleges from, primarily, Texas.
Mikaela's life plans got changed in 2010 when she accompanied her parents to Haiti on a mission trip following the Haiti earthquake. In one orphanage, she met a young lady named Mallory who had lost her entire family in the earthquake. From that point on, Mikaela determined she would be a part of the medical field to help others.
Julianna is a junior at Mansfield Lake Ridge High School where she plays volleyball. Additionally, she played her sophomore season at Waxahachie Preparatory Academy where she won a TAPPS 1-A volleyball state championship, while being named All-Tournament, All-State, All-District, and Newcomer of the Year.
Julianna has served others from a very young age, whether working in the church nursery, going on a mission trip locally or around the world, or serving following a disaster. One particular mission trip to Africa showed, in a nutshell who she is, as over 400 children came over to play with her and she taught them how to play "tag". Though she's still a typical teen, Julianna loves attending church, her youth group, hanging out with friends, and playing club volleyball with the Fort Worth Fire.