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Dr. W. Glenn Jonas, Howard Professor of Religion and Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Campbell University, has served in both academic and ministerial capacities for a number of years. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Mars Hill College. He also holds a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Baylor University in the area of Church History. He has served as interim pastor of 14 different churches in eastern North Carolina, most recently the Angier Baptist Church in Angier, NC. He and his wife Pam live in Buies Creek and have two daughters: Hannah (23) and Gracie (18).
Marian Honeycutt, Church Secretary since June 2011, lives in Sampson County where she is actively involved in Baptist Chapel Church. She is the pianist there and a long-time member. Marian retired from State Farm Insurance Company in 2006 after 32 years of employment.
She is an avid reader and loves to cook. Marian has a son, a daughter and one grandson.
Trent Carpenter has attended Westfield since he was a child. He currently serves as choir director. He has also served in other capacities such as deacon, youth leader, assistant finance director among others. He is employed at First Citizens Bank where he has served Dunn and Harnett County as a Business Banker for the previous fourteen years. He currently serves as a board member of the Downtown Dunn Development Corporation, Treasurer for the Harnett County Homebuilders Association, Treasurer for the Dunn Community Development Corporation and is a member of the Rotary Club of Dunn. He has also been past president for the Dunn and Coats Chambers. He is married to the former Kim Stone of Autryville and they have a son, Tyler.
Joyce Turnage Ballard is a member of WBC and has been the organist since 1999. A native of Erwin, Joyce received her Bachelor of Science in Education from Campbell University and her M.A. in Math Education from Fayetteville State University. She retired from the school system after a 34 year career. She and her husband John have 2 daughters and 4 grandchildren.