FBC Lumberton

Ministers and Leaders

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Senior Pastor

Josh is a native of Roseboro, NC. Prior to joining First Baptist, Lumberton, in 2021, he served as Associate Minister for Community and Faith Development, First Baptist Church Monroe, NC.

He is married to Lindsay and they have two children, Quinn and Carter.


PhD in Organizational Leadership, Eastern University (2020-present) St. Davids, PA

M.B.A in Project Management (2020), Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC

M.A. in Practical Theology (2018), Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, NC

Master of Divinity w/ Languages (2014) , Campbell University Divinity School, Buies Creek, NC

Bachelor of Science (2011) Sport Management, Minor-Religion, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC


Associate Pastor

Doug is a native of Sanford, NC. Prior to joining First Baptist, Lumberton, in 2006, he served as Program Assistant/Children and Youth at First Baptist, Sanford.

In his free time, Doug enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, watching college football, hiking, and talking about obscure music. He is married to the Rev. Bonnie Reedy, and they have one child, Kaitlyn.

Education: B.S. – Appalachian State University; M.A. in Business Administration – Campbell Divinity School


Minister of Music and Facilities

Tim grew up in Lenoir, NC, where his father served as a Minister of Music and his mother, organist. Prior to joining the staff of First Baptist in 2002, Tim served in churches in New Orleans and Valdese, NC. Tim also works on staff at the Robeson County Partnership for Children as the Fund Development Director.

Tim’s interest include working on cars, cooking, and eating spicy food. Tim and his wife, Robin, have two children, Teague and Cennovia.

Education: B.A. – North Carolina School of the Arts; M.A. in Church Music – New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

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