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Herb and Wanda Taylor – Coordinators of Hispanic Ministries

Herb and Wanda Taylor have served with Baptist Church Planters since September 2009. Prior to his ministry as the Coordinator of Hispanic Ministries, Herb and his wife, Wanda served in the pastorate for 15 1/2 years in central Pennsylvania and northern Virginia and traveled in missionary evangelism for 15 years. Herb is a graduate of Baptist Bible College, Clark Summit, PA and Wanda is a graduate of Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC. The Taylor’s ministry is three-fold: Planting (assisting Hispanic church plants), Partnering (aiding established churches in reaching Hispanics in their own area) and Preparing (training leaders to reach Hispanics here in the states). The Taylors live in a fifth-wheel [...]

Robert Sauser, Regional Fields Director – Western & Arizona

Both Bob and Judi were raised in Christian homes and both their fathers served as pastors. Bob and Judi are graduates of Baptist Bible College of Pennsylvania. They have served in pastoral ministries since graduation, both in small rural churches and in larger suburban churches. Bob is not only a good preacher, but has skills in building and woodworking. Judi has been a faithful pastor's wife and served as counselor to a multitude of women. Bob has gained national credibility, serving on multiple boards and councils.

Peter Jenks, Regional Fields Director – Mountain Plains/Southwest

Peter has served as a Fields Director since 2004. He grew up in western New York and was active in First Baptist Church in North Tonawanda when the Lord called him into the ministry. He graduated from Spurgeon Baptist Bible College in 1982 and became a missionary with Fellowship of Baptists for Home Missions and has been with Baptist Church Planters since its beginning. He served in New York where the Lord used him to rescue First Baptist Church in West Danby and plant Harvest Baptist Church in Bath which graduated in 2004. Peter and his wife, Mary Lou, now live in Bennington, Nebraska. Peter and his wife have four [...]

John Little, Regional Fields Director – Northeast/Southeast/Midwest

John grew up in Horseheads, New York, the fourth of eight children. After graduation, John joined the Army and spent three years in Germany. He and his wife Linda have three children and eight grandchildren. His training for ministry was in his home church by his pastor, Alan Brown. In 1987, John planted Cornerstone Baptist Church of Hamilton, New York. The church graduated with a lovely congregation, new parsonage, and church building. In 1999, Baptist Church Planters asked John to serve as Field Director. He works with church plants and missionaries, surveys possible rescue works, and helps established churches that ask for his guidance. He has great wisdom, is capable [...]

David Whipple, Administrative Vice President and Treasurer

David Whipple was the first layman to serve on the council. Elected in 2002 he served as chairman on both the finance and the building committees. He managed the construction of the new addition to the service center in 2006-2007. In November of 2007, David and his wife Diana were honored with the Aquila & Priscilla Award. This is the highest honor presented by Baptist Church Planters, to men and women committed to church planting efforts in the United States. In 2007 David closed his construction business in New York and accepted the position of Business Manager and Treasurer of Baptist Church Planters. In 2009, the President appointed him Administrative Vice [...]

Michael Peck, Vice-President

Dr. Peck has served as vice president since 2002. As the vice president, Michael is involved in a national ministry working with churches and missionaries involving marriage, parenting, and other counseling related issues. From 1972-2002, Dr. Peck served as pastor in five different churches all in New York. Dr. Peck is a graduate of Practical Bible College, Luther Rice Bible College, and Luther Rice Seminary where he earned his Doctor of Ministry degree. Dr. Peck and his wife, Karen, have parented a total of 25 children, through the birth of two sons (one with the Lord) and through adoption and foster parenting. They reside in Elyria, Ohio

David Little, President

Dr. David Little has served as the president of Baptist Church Planters since 1997. He served as a councilman of Baptist Church Planters from its beginning in 1990 before being appointed as president. Prior to his appointment as president, he served as pastor of four churches over a 28-year period, all in upstate New York. Dr. Little graduated from Practical Bible College and holds an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary (2006). He has served on the Council of 10 in NY and the Council of 18 for the GARBC.  He has also served on the board at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Little and [...]

President’s Challenge – Nov. 2011

  At this writing, I’m setting on a porch in Arkansas (speaking at the state fellowship) working on my computer while watching the massive oaks shed their fall leaves.  It is a very pleasant day.  The leaves falling remind me of the seasons of life.  Spring is the birth season, summer the growing season, fall the shedding season, and winter the season of death.  Life has its seasons and they go by so quickly. I am also reminded that each season has critical importance.  Spring is planting,   summer is tending to the growth, fall is harvesting and preserving, while winter is for the reward after death.  Any one part left [...]

President’s Challenge – July 2011

Sometimes, things just come together.  At the recent Regular Baptist conference in Denver, CO church planters were welcomed to the stage and given honor for their work in establishing new churches.  This was highlighted by ten selected church planters giving a three-minute report choreographed with pictures telling the story of their work.  The hour was a smashing success, not giving glory to the church planters but giving glory to God for how He is using their efforts. For me, this was a dream come true.  One of my goals as President of Baptist Church Planters was to elevate the value of “home missionaries.”  Foreign missionaries are very valuable indeed, but [...]

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