The Tennessee Baptist Mission Board is a premier Great Commission organization that:
- Offers ministry support and minister equipping
- Develops missions and ministry opportunities
- Expands the network of cooperating churches
- Leverages technology
- Reflects ethnic diversity
- Cultivates resources
- Shares organizational knowledge
Dr. Randy C. Davis became the executive director of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board in 2010 (formerly Executive Board of the Tennessee Baptist Convention) after 34 years of pastoral ministry, serving churches in Mississippi and Tennessee. Forever a pastor at heart, Davis feels most blessed that more than 100 young men under his leadership have entered the ministry during that time.
Davis has a passion for evangelism, discipleship and stewardship. Both FBC Morristown, Tenn., and FBC Sevierville, Tenn., increased annual Cooperative Program giving to approximately 10 percent during his ministry at those respective churches while contributions to both the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering also significantly increased under his leadership.
Davis is a graduate of William Carey College, Hattiesburg, Miss.; New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, La.; and Southern Baptist Center for Biblical Studies, Jacksonville, Fla. He has served as a board of trustee member for the International Mission Board and two Baptist universities. Davis and wife, Jeanne, have two adult daughters, Wendy and Beth, and four grandchildren.
Sometimes referred to as the Annual, the Journal contains the proceedings of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board annual meeting. The Journal also includes statistical information for churches in each association, listings of the Mission Board staff, including collegiate ministers, directors of missions, TBMB institutions and agency. The Journal also contains the addresses of all TBMB pastors, churches, retired pastors, and other ministers. The Journal CD is distributed to Tennessee Baptist pastors, director of missions, and TBMB institution administration free of charge. Others wishing to purchase a printed copy of the Journal may e-mail Rebekah Bogue or complete the online form below. (You will be contacted later to arrange for payment.)