Southeast Area Minister

Rev. Jim Anderson

Southeast Area Minister: Serving the Elk Valley, Fayette, Greenbrier-Raleigh, Hopewell and Rockcastle Associations

304-497-4373
anderson@wvbc.org

Jim and his wife, Susan, live 9 miles north of Lewisburg on Rt. 219 off I-64 at Frankford (which was one of West Virginia’s first settlements in the Greenbrier Valley) on Noah’s Ark Farm where they are still trying to figure out how to make money farming while also enjoying vegetable and flower gardening.   They are the proud parents of 2 daughters, Scarlett Anderson Dunn of Panama City Beach, Florida, Chelsea Jo Clarkson of Gap Mills, WV,  1 son, Glenn Harrison Anderson of Phoenix, AZ and 2 wonderful grandsons, Judd Porter and Macray Harris Clarkson.

Jim is available for preaching, singing, Christian coaching, evangelical revivals, pastoral pulpit and search committee consultation, Christian conflict resolution, and discipleship workshop ministries in these and any WVBC church as his schedule will allow.

“Born and raised in West Virginia (my father was a retired WVBC minister for whom the James Anderson Sr Bivocational Pastor Award given annually at the Annual Meeting is named), and celebrating over 40 years of being called to preach the Word, I am committed through our WV Baptist Convention family to seeing and helping people not only come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, but to experience an on-going life changing relationship with Him by the grace of God through the power and direction of the Holy Spirit.”

In Christ
Jim

Southwest Area Minister

Dr. Maxwell Hill

Southwest Area Minister and Executive Minister of Missions and Ministry: Serving the Coal River, Guyandotte, Logan-Mingo, Kanawha Valley, Teays Valley and Twelve Pole Associations

304-721-8482
hill@wvbc.org

Dr. Maxwell Hill came on staff February 16, 2004 and serves as the area minister for the Southwest Area of the West Virginia Baptist Convention.

Prior to serving on the West Virginia Baptist Convention staff, Hill pastored the Clarksburg Baptist Church (Union). Dr. Hill also works with the Outreach Commision of the West Virginia Baptist Convention Executive Board.

Hill has been involved with missions in Cuba for many years. He leads ministry trips to Cuba regularly and helps build the body of Christ in Cuba.

Hill is married to Deborah and they have one daughter, Melinda.

Northwest Area Minister

Dr. Mark McCloy

Director of Leadership Ministries and Northwest Area Minister: Serving the Good Hope, Harrisville, Little Kanawha, Panhandle and Parkersburg Associations

304-422-6449
mccloy@wvbc.org

Mark is a graduate of Alderson-Broaddus College (1988) and Southeastern Baptist Seminary (1991). He achieved certification in Congregational Leadership through the Center for Excellence in Congregational Leadership (CECL) program at Green Lake Conference Center in Greenlake, Wisconsin. He received his Doctor of Ministry in Leadership of Missional Church Renewal through Palmer Seminary at Parchment Valley Conference Center.

He served as regional dean for the School of Christian Studies for many years, teaching over 20 courses. Mark has been active in the life of the Parkersburg Baptist Association, the community ministries in Wirt County and in the West Virginia Baptist Convention.

Mark and his wife, Mary Beth, have been married for 23 years. They have four children: Sarah, Benjamin, Rebekah and Daniel. He served Elizabeth First Baptist Church (Parkersburg) for 16 years.

Northeast Area Minister

Rev. David L. Hulme

Northeast Area Minister: Serving the Broad Run, Eastern, Fairmont, Goshen, Judson and Union Associations

304-623-3386
 hulme@wvbc.org

David is a graduate of Furman University and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He began his work as Northeast Area Minister, July 1, 2016. Prior to joining the staff of the WVBC, David served on the staff of Clarksburg Baptist Church for 33 years; the last 10 as its Senior Pastor.

In addition to his work in the local church and with the WVBC, David has been involved in mission work in Cuba since 2001.

David and his wife, Joannie, reside in Clarksburg. They have three grown children and one granddaughter.