Since the band's beginning in 1971, the founding members continued to be involved with Mountain Glory while actively pursuing other ministries.
David Best is an ordained minister, has a master of arts in religion, is President of Towel & Basin , and leads a music publishing company started by his grandfather now based in Nashville, Tennessee. David and his wife, Marilyn, live in New York City.
Greg Morse is an active layperson in his church, a musician playing live performances and recording sessions, an attorney and has his own law firm in Orange County, California. Greg and his wife, Lynette, live in Orange, California
Michael Pitts is an ordained minister, has a doctorate in psychology and is Assistant to the President/Director of Church Relations at Northwest Nazarene University. Michael and his wife, Suzanne, live in Meridian, Idaho
Dana Walling passed away June 5, 2000 after a valiant battle against cancer.
Dana was an ordained minister with a doctorate in education and at the time of his death was Vice President for Spiritual Development at Point Loma Nazarene University.
On Easter Sunday and the following Monday of 2000--in what turned out to be just six weeks before Dana died--Mountain Glory was together, singing and recording. Following his death, Dana's wife, Lou Ann, established the Dana Walling Endowed Scholarship at PLNU. A portion of the proceeds from each sale of "One More Ride," the CD that began in those sessions, goes to Dana's scholarship fund.