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Mickey Lenamon
Executive Director

Mickey Lenamon

Executive Director

As part of a mission-oriented family that was involved in all aspects of Baptist church life, Mickey Lenamon has been involved with Texas Baptist Men since its formation in 1967 when his dad, Joe, was a founding member, and his mom, Tomi, led young girls in their church.

In March 2006 Mickey became a full-time employee of TBM as the Director of Resource Development in which he served until January 2008 when he added Associate Executive Director to his responsibilities. Mickey was named Executive Director of TBM in January 2016 and continues to serve in that capacity leading the vision and work of TBM’s various ministries.

Mickey spent a lot of time volunteering with and leading parts of TBM before becoming an employee. Mickey was actively involved as a volunteer as a Royal Ambassador State Staffer and Team Leader, as a TBM Young Men’s staffer assigned to Minnesota and Wisconsin, as a member of the TBM Finance Committee, and as Vice President for TBM Baptist Young Men.

Mickey grew up in Fort Worth, Texas, and attended Texas A&M University. After graduating, he worked in Texas and Arizona in the financial planning business sector.  He married Sallie in 1988 and they have two sons, Ryan and Parker.

His leadership and direction are evident in the impactful and expanding ministries of Texas Baptist Men as they seek to share the love of Christ with the world.

When did you join TBM?
2006

What do you do with TBM?
Executive Director/CEO

What's the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?
Cuba because God opened the door for TBM to help evangelize in a communist country.

What's your favorite hobby/activity?
Hunting

Family and pets?
Sallie, spouse
Ryan, son
Parker, son

Hardest thing you've ever done?
Lose 41 pounds when I turned 40

What schooling do you have where?
Texas A&M University

Something few people know about you?
I umpired college and high school baseball for 29 years 

Roy Stanford
Director of Donor Advising

Roy Stanford

Director of Donor Advising

Roy is interested in hearing how the Lord is leading you to become involved in the ministries of TBM.

Roy began volunteering with Texas Baptist Men's Agriculture Missions Ministry in 2008, using his expertise in agricultural systems to minister to hungry people in India, Brazil and Venezuela. Roy is inspired by individuals who are using their talents to help others, meet practical needs, and build relationships as they share the love of Jesus Christ. 

Roy received his agriculture, biology, and business training at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas and at Texas A&M University in College Station. 

As a long-time donor and member of TBM's development staff since 2014, Roy appreciates "visiting folks in small towns and large towns to see TBM's mission in action." "I enjoy connecting with life groups and Sunday School classes, Woman's Missionary Union groups, and congregations who participate in the 18 ministries of TBM. There truly is something to bless volunteers at every age and stage."

Harold McKamy
Accounting Manager

Harold McKamy

Accounting Manager

When did you join TBM?
November 2017

What do you do with TBM?
Accounting Manager

What’s the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?
Listened and read testimonies of the volunteers that helped the people effected by Hurricane Harvey. I count it a blessing to be a part of an organization that helps and loves others in their time of need.

What’s your favorite hobby/activity?
Golf, Bowling & playing with the grand kids

Family and pets?
Nancy - spouse
Andy - son
Resa - daughter with three children;
Gracie - dog 

Hardest thing you've ever done?
Worked for a produce warehouse the summer after high school graduation. Unloaded 7 boxcar loads of 100# sacks of potatoes. Worked 12 hour days for 7 days straight till all boxcars were unloaded. That was my first week there. I almost quit after the second day.

What schooling do you have and where?
Richland College and graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor of Science Degree with a concentration in Accounting.

Crunchy or smooth?
Smooth

What was your first car? 
Red 1963 Ford Galaxy 500 

Something that few people know about me.
I am a below the knee amputee. Through the Lord's blessing I can do most anything anyone else can do. I believe that with the Lord, all things are possible and your attitude will determine your altitude. 

Janice Clary
Executive Assistant, Office Manager

Janice Clary

Executive Assistant, Office Manager

When did you join TBM?  
September 2010

What do you do with TBM?
Provide administrative support to the Executive Director and Chief Financial Operating Officer, coordinate the Annual Executive Board and Convention, as well as anything else they can think of....

What’s the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?
Tohatchi Indian Reservation to teach soap making to eight women. This trade builds self-esteem, empowerment and a financial way to provide for themselves and their families.

Favorite hobby/activity?
Making soap and body products using natural ingredients.

Family and pets?
Alexus, daughter
Iain, son
Reese, black lab
Henry, shih zu

Hardest thing you've ever done?
Having to accept that God loves my children more than I do and his plans for them are bigger (and better)  than I can ever begin to imagine.

What schooling do you have and where? 
Business Administration, Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas

Crunchy or smooth? Neither

What was your first car? 
Trans Am
John-Travis Smith
Chief Operating Officer

John-Travis Smith

Chief Operating Officer

John-Travis Smith is the COO/CFO with TBM and is currently answering the questions to post here so you can learn more about him. 

Jim Young
Restorative Justice Coordinator

Jim Young

Restorative Justice Coordinator

When did you join TBM?
I started in June 2017 on part-time basis and full-time in January 2018.  

What do you do with TBM?
Now as full-time, I serve as Restorative Justice Ministry Coordinator and work with churches and volunteers to share Christ with offenders, crime victims, criminal justice professionals and the family of each. 
In addition, I facilitate the work of almost 400 TBM Advocates to tell the story of God's activity and to recruit the next generation of TBM volunteers. Our Advocates are located in churches and communities across Texas and are prepared to assist in Mission Education events during your church's next outreach effort.

What’s the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?
Fallen Officer Memorial Services are difficult but always meaningful. During the 2018 Correctional Officer Appreciation Week, we had the privilege of serving the officers and staff of the Telford Prison in New Boston, Texas. This prison unit is still recovering from the murder of one of their officers while on duty and continues to experience staff assaults on a regular basis. Is spite of being short-staff, the officers and staff at Telford are some of the bravest and most friendly staff we have encountered. One of our Disaster Relief Feeding Units served 560 officers and distributed 500 Bibles to the officers who received the gifts with wide smiles and hugs of gratitude. While many TBM volunteers go into prisons every day to share Christ with inmates, prison officials are seeking the help of TBM to place Certified Volunteer Correctional Officer Chaplains in facilities across the state.

What’s your favorite hobby/activity?
My favorite hobbies of camping and fishing are most enjoyable when our grand-kids are able to join us. My wife Karen (who works in Church Architecture Department of BGCT) and l look for opportunities to stay involved in the lives of our two daughters and their family -- with special emphasis on the GRANDS!

Hardest thing you've ever done?
Perhaps the most difficult thing in ministry is to follow God's leadership to a new place of responsibility and to trust God for how the impact will affect our children. A location called 'home' is a difficult determination for our family and the separation from church, friends and community is especially difficult during the high school years. We have learned to trust God and seek to understand how God uses some people for 'seasons'. We have had multiple such seasons and have been involved in seeing God's handiwork in each location.

What schooling do you have and where?

I grew up in Corpus Christi graduating from King High School, then Texas A&M University in College Station (B.S. in Sociology) and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div) in Fort Worth.

Crunchy or smooth?
Crunchy

What was your first car? 

My first car was a 1962 Impala that I bought in 1968 for $400, but my favorite was my next car which was a 1965 Mustang that i got for the enormous sum of $700 in 1970. When Karen and I were married, she had a 1966 Mustang convertible - boy, I wish we still had those cars!

Keith Mack
Children & Youth Missions & Ministry Director

Keith Mack

Children & Youth Missions & Ministry Director

Background:

Keith has been active in the leadership of Royal Ambassadors and Texas Baptist Men since 1983. Keith was employed as a Communications Technician from 1978 until 1990. He served as an Associate Family Teacher with Lena Pope Home children's home for seven years working with troubled youth while attending Southwestern Seminary. Keith was employed by Southwestern Seminary as a Communications Technician from 1995 until 1999. In June of 1999, Keith began serving as the Children and Youth Mission and Ministry Consultant (State Royal Ambassadors & Challengers Director) for Texas Baptist Men.

Interest and Activities:

Keith enjoys a wide variety of outdoor pursuits such as hunting, fishing and camping in addition to recreational activities and games. He has participated in the leadership of several summer camps each year since 1983 that are designed to minister to the needs and interest of male campers that range from 6-18 years of age. Keith enjoys playing a variety of games is well known for his appreciation of playing "42" (dominoes) and welcomes the opportunity to learn from the masters of the game.

Ministry Assignments:

  • Missions Education
  • Royal Ambassadors
  • Challengers
  • Missions Involvement
  • Volunteer Mission Projects
  • Outdoor Fellowship
  • Media Committee

Personal Information:

  • Married to: Robin Felecia Mack
  • Children: Misty Dawn & Stormy Breeze

Education:

  • Undergraduate - UHK
  • Master of Arts in Religious Education - Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Terry Henderson
State Disaster Relief Director

Terry Henderson

State Disaster Relief Director

Texas welcomed Terry Henderson in April 2012 as the new Texas Baptist Men Disaster Relief Director with an outbreak of 17 tornadoes his second day on the job and he hit the ground running.  He is thrilled and humbled to serve in the place where Southern Baptist Disaster Relief began.

Terry served as the National Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Director for eight years and while in that capacity, he had the privilege of traveling the world serving thousands of people in their time of need. He started his disaster relief ministry with the Florida Baptist Convention where he served as volunteer cleanup and recovery coordinator.

After 28 years in the fire service, Terry retired from Orange County Fire/Rescue Division in Florida.

Terry has been married for 40 years to Barbara and they have a daughter, Danielle, who is married and lives in Tennessee and a son, Jordan, who graduated from Liberty University and currently lives in Georgia.

The rare times that Terry is not in disaster mode, he enjoys fishing, hunting and piddling around in his shop.

Alicia Enriquez
Administrative Assistant for Disaster Relief

Alicia Enriquez

Administrative Assistant for Disaster Relief

Alicia is busy answering the questions so you can get to know her. It'll be here soon.

Dwain Carter
Disaster Relief Deputy Director, TBM Builders Director

Dwain Carter

Disaster Relief Deputy Director, TBM Builders Director

When did you join TBM?

August 2017, 10 days before Hurricane Harvey made landfall

What do you do with TBM?
Deputy Disaster Relief Director, TBMDR Rebuild Director, TMB Builders Director, and TBM Volunteer Recruitment

What’s the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?
The Texas Coast - working alongside and for amazing people in the wake of Hurricane Harvey 

What’s your favorite hobby/activity?

Grilling/cooking, Reading, Grandkids

Family and pets?

Leslie - spouse
Life is to crazy busy for pets

What schooling do you have and where?

Hannibal La Grange University-Hannibal Missouri
Midwestern Baptist Seminary- Kansas City Missouri

Crunchy or smooth?

Extra smooth

What was your first car? 

1968 Camaro SS 427, 4 speed, and yes I wish I still had it.

Something people know about you?

I was a Sheriff Department SWAT Hostage and Crisis Negotiator Office

Rand Jenkins
Chief Communications Officer

Rand Jenkins

Chief Communications Officer

When did you join TBM?

April 2018

What do you do with TBM?

Chief Communications Officer - help tell the stories of TBM’s work.

What’s the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?

So far, Nairobi, Kenya for drilling a water well for a children’s home and school. Mogra Children’s Home has wonderful leaders and amazing children who overcome hard situations and strive to learn and provide options for their future.

What’s your favorite hobby/activity?
Cycling but playing more golf lately

Family and pets?

Denise, spouse
Evan, son
Winston, dog (was re-reading 1984 when named him)
Jazz, wife’s cat
Smoke, son’s cat (was found under a grill)

Hardest thing you've ever done?

Ironman training (made the race easier)

What schooling do you have and where?

Journalism/Mass Communications, Samford University
MBA, Marketing, Dallas Baptist University

Crunchy or smooth?

Both. Any. All.

What was your first car? 

Toyota truck

Something few people know about you?

I hardly ever watch TV and am an avid cyclist and racer - currently sidelined by a blown knee. 

Becky Majors
Donor Relations Coordinator

Becky Majors

Donor Relations Coordinator

When did you join TBM?
November 2013

What do you do with TBM?
Donor Relations Coordinator

What’s the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?
Navajo Nation through Tohachi Baptist Church in Gallup, NM.  I went to teach soap making to eight women in February of 2018. It was a humbling experience to visit with these women and teach them a craft that they can hopefully continue to help sustain their families.

What’s your favorite hobby/activity?
I enjoy soap making, time spent with family and friends, repurposing junk, and just sitting in my swing!

Family and pets?
Jon, spouse
Cherokee, dog
Mercy, dog
Rocky, cat

What schooling do you have and where?
Eastfield Community College, Richland Community College, and Dallas Baptist University

Crunchy or smooth?
Smooth for sandwiches, crunchy for cookies

What was your first car? 
1965 Ford Mustang

Jessica Fletcher
Accounts Payable, Ministry Assistant

Jessica Fletcher

Accounts Payable, Ministry Assistant

When did you join TBM?
August 2013

What do you do with TBM?
Receptionist, Ministry Assistant for Builders & RAs, and Accounting

What’s the most impactful place you've been with TBM and why?
Rebuild in Clear Lake to serve those who were impacted by Harvey. Seeing the devastation that people had been through and seeing volunteers from all over coming together to help them was amazing. Seeing the hope that people had after such a disaster was awesome.

Favorite hobby/activity?
Rangers games and spending time with family especially niece, Rylie and nephew, Lucas.

Family and pets?
Collin, husband
What schooling do you have where?
Bachelors, A&M - Commerce

Crunchy or smooth?
Crunchy

What was your first car?
Lime green VW Beetle

Something few people don’t about you?
I had a kidney transplant June 2012 from a living donor that found out about me through a prayer list.

 

Volunteer Staff

Robert Howington
Disaster Relief VP and Committee Chair

Rachel Schieck
DR Information Coordinator

Tony Rolater
DR Logistics Coordinator

Duane Bechtold
DR Training Coordinator

Ralph Rogers
DR Reports Coordinator

Joe Detterman
DR Planning Officer

Homer Thornton
DR Data Entry Volunteer

Cookie Slate
DR Volunteer Coordinator

Gary Smith
International Response Coordinator