Doctor Bland Campbell III
Doctor Campbell was born in Indianola, Mississippi. He is a graduate of Mississippi College, Clinton, MS; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, with an M.A. in Christian Education and The Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, Richmond, VA in D.Min. Doctor Campbell married Teri Partain on June 10, 1995, and their son Tucker was born on December 16, 1999.
Doctor Campbell has been serving on the staff and as pastor of churches in Mississippi, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Virginia. He was licensed to full time ministry in 1993 in Jeffersonville, IN and was ordained to the ministry in 2002 from West Virginia. Doctor Campbell has had many roles as a Minister of Youth, Camp Consultant, Minister of Families, Associate Pastor, and Pastor.
Doctor Campbell's hobby is having fun on the golf course with his both his wife, Teri and son, Tucker. Teri's hometown is Nashville, TN. She is a counselor for the National Counseling Group where she helps children and families with mental health issues. Teri enjoys singing and performing in local theater productions. Tucker is a rising high school Sophomore. He was a member of the Fredericksburg Christian School golf team and the 2014 State Champion Football team where he played center and offensive line. The Campbell family includes Justice, a German Shepherd, and Liberty aka "Libby," a Terrier.
Rev. Judy Butler
Judy joined the First Baptist, Mebane staff in March 2009. Judy graduated in 1974 from Sandhills Community College with an Associate of Arts degree in Medical Technology. She graduated in 2006 from Campbell University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy and in May 2010 earned her Master of Divinity degree from Campbell University Divinity School. Judy was ordained on February 15, 2009 and began her professional ministry as pastor for the senior adults of FBC Mebane before assuming new responsibilities as the Associate Pastor early in 2010. Judy believes that God uses all the circumstances of our lives for our eventual good and to His glory. Judy’s husband, Yonnie, holds an MBA from Elon University and is employed by the NC Biotechnology Center. Judy’s guidance for the church and it’s members revolves around education and support through life circumstances. Judy offers group and personal spiritual guidance and development, as well as personal, couples, and family counseling, and dream interpretation. Judy is the mother of two adult children: Jamie Joseph who lives in Haw River with his wife Rachel and two children, Riley and Mitchell, and Jordan Waggle who lives in Snow Camp with her husband Jason and their two children Garner and Dayves.
Rev. David Gaddy
Youth and Children's Pastor
David Gaddy joined the staff at FBC-Mebane in June of 2011 as the Minister of Children and Youth. Gaddy (as he likes to be called) was born in Charlotte but really grew up in Harnett County near Sanford. He attended Campbell University where he got his Bachelors of Science in Mathematics (2008) as well as his Master of Divinity (2013). Gaddy has served at two churches prior to FBC-Mebane: Second Baptist Church of Fayetville, NC and Lees Chapel Church of Dunn, NC. In the summer of 2008, Gaddy met the love of his life, Emily Jones. Their story of how they met is pretty cool, so you should ask them sometime about it. They were married July 31, 2010 and welcomed their first son, Michah January 7, 2013.
In his spare time Gaddy enjoys hanging out with his friends and meeting new people, driving go-karts and playing putt-putt, and watching all kinds of sports. He is a huge TARHEELS fan and loves watching NASCAR. Musically, his favorite artists include Skillet, The Zac Brown Band, Dave Barnes, The Afters, Building 429, Gungor, Mumford & Sons, TobyMac, and Lecrae.
Gaddy and Emily’s hearts desire is to help children, teenagers, and college students believe in the love, hope, healing, grace and forgiveness that are given by God through Jesus! Their calling is described in a painting, by Emily, which hangs in the office of Gaddy: Love God, Love People, Nothing Else Matters.
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