KY Baptist Convention president makes appointments to committees


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) - The president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention appointed 14 new leaders to head up convention and mission board committees.

It was one of Tim Searcy’s first official actions since he was elected at KBC's annual meeting in Pikeville on Nov. 13. Searcy is the pastor of Allen Baptist Church near Prestonsburg and has a broad range of ministry experience that includes international missions and Christian higher education.

The president's appointees to the Kentucky Baptist Convention committees:

Committee on Annual Meeting

Jeremy Atwood, pastor, Immanuel Baptist Church, Glasgow

Committee on Committees

French Harmon, pastor, First Baptist Church, Somerset


Committee on Constitution & Bylaws

Jamie Reynolds, Assoc. Mission Strategist, Three Forks Association, Hazard

Committee on Credentials

Mark Helton, pastor, First Baptist Church, Monticello

Committee on Nominations

Jason Lowe, Assoc. Mission Strategist, Pike Baptist Association, Pikeville

Committee on Public Affairs

Greg Lakes, pastor, Pilot Knob Baptist Church, Berea

Committee on Resolutions

Adam Greenway, Dean, Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Ministry, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville

Searcy’s appointees to KBC Mission Board committees:

Administrative Committee

Dan Summerlin, pastor, Lone Oak First Baptist Church, Paducah

Agencies & Institutions Committee

Nate Bishop, pastor, Forest Missionary Baptist Church, Louisville

Business & Finance Committee

Wes Fowler, pastor, First Baptist Church, Mayfield

Church Consulting & Revitalization Committee

Jeff Reynolds, pastor, First Baptist Church, Bowling Green

Evangelism & Church Planting Committee

Matt Shamblin, pastor, Rose Hill Baptist Church, Ashland

Missions Mobilization Committee

Randy Burns, pastor, Monticello Baptist Church, Morgantown

Placement Committee

John Whittaker, pastor, First Baptist Church, Franklin.



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