Rev. Greg Addison has served as the Associate Executive Director of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention since July 2014.
Before joining the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, Greg served as Senior Pastor at two ABSC churches. He served at East Side Baptist in Paragould and First Baptist Church in Cabot. During his seven years at FBC Cabot, Greg was elected President of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention and served as President of the Board of Trustees at Williams Baptist University. Greg also served as the Chaplain for the 89th General Assembly of the Arkansas House of Representatives in 2013-2014.
He has served six churches as interim pastor including Walnut Street Baptist in Jonesboro and Second Baptist in Conway. He has also been involved in training ministers in various aspects of interim ministry.
Greg began his vocational ministry on staff at his home church, Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee following a secular career as a lawyer. Greg and his college sweetheart, Janet, have been married for 33 years. They have two adult children. Mabry is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and lives with her husband, Corey Keefe in Russellville, Arkansas. Grant lives and works in Washington D.C.
Church Growth Pastor
Bro. Randy Cameron was saved at Central Baptist Church in Florence Alabama at the age of 24. He then began a career in the retail industry that lasted until May of 2005 when as Vice President of International Merchandising for Wal-Mart Stores he felt the call into ministry. Prior to his call; he served the local church as a deacon, small group teacher, chairmen of the personnel committee, and other roles where needed. He has served First Baptist Church as Pastor of Church Growth and Discipleship since 2005. While serving at FBC, he received his Master of Divinity. Randy is married to the love of his life Linda and they have three grown children and several grandchildren. Outside of church; you may hear Bro. Randy or Linda saying “Go Duke!’ or “War Eagle!” as they love college football and basketball.
Clay Crosse has served as our Worship Pastor since 2013. In this role, he oversees all aspects of music at FBC, including worship services, worship teams, choirs of all ages, individual vocalists, special music events, and team-building activities. Clay and his wife Renee were married in 1990 and have four children. (Shelby, Savannah, Garrett, and Sophie). Prior to his time here at FBC Clay served as Worship Pastor at Faith Baptist Church, Arlington Tennessee, and at The Love Of Christ Church (TLC) in Cordova Tennessee. Prior to his years in local ministry, Clay had a successful career in contemporary Christian music, winning four Dove Awards including the 1994 New Artist of the Year and 1999 Inspirational Song of the Year, “I Will Follow Christ”. During his touring years he had nine #1 songs including “I Surrender All,” “He Walked a Mile,” “Midnight Cry” and "Saving The World"
Keenan Hord serves as the Student Pastor at FBC Bentonville. He has served at FBC Bentonville since 2016 and became the official facilitator of ministry for 7th through 12th-grade students in 2018. Keenan is married to Bethany and dad to two awesome boys, Cohen and Levi. Keenan has served in ministry for 10 years after being “called” to serve the LORD at 19. He served at Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis for 6 and a half years in various capacities within the student ministry and a satellite campus. Keenan obtained his undergraduate degree in MIT from the University of Memphis and is currently pursuing a Masters of Theology/Divinity. Keenan loves God and he loves people.
Chad Plummer has served as the Children’s Pastor at FBC Bentonville since January of 2016 and has served FBC in various ways since 2006. Chad began ministry as a kid himself, running sound and lighting in his home church FBC of Fort Smith, AR. At the age of 18, he began touring the country with BIBLEMAN, an action-packed kid’s show with biblical superheroes. Later, he received a business degree from John Brown University and a Master of Divinity from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. His experience in multiple SBC churches throughout the years has given him experience in many roles. He and his wife, Mandy, were married at FBC in 2008 and now have 3 small children. They all love to serve the church as well! Chad’s ministry vision is for children to Build their Identity in Christ.