Rev. Rodney Queen
Pastor Queen became pastor of Central Fellowship in 1991. He was saved in 1969 as a soon to be sophmore at Winder Barrow High School, called to preach as a junior in 1971 and married one year after graduation in 1973. He and his wife graduated from Tennessee Temple University and they returned to their hometown, Winder, GA. He founded and pastored Gospel Light Baptist Church in Winder (now located in Bethlehem) for 15 years before coming to Macon and CFBC. Pastor Queen also was a Professor of Bible at Gwinnett-Hall Baptist College for 7 years and 2 years as Dean of the college. Pastor Queen subscribes to the London Baptist Confession of 1689.
He's been married to his wife Celeste Ridgeway, since 1973. They've been blessed with seven children (Josh, Anna Beth, Madie, Jessie, Rachel, Caleb, Ruthie) and nine grandchildren. Most of the family is involved in the ministry of Central Fellowship with the exception of Caleb/Carman who are stationed in California with the Marines and Rachel/Gary who are stationed in North Carolina with the Marines.
Pastor Queen enjoys technology, anything Apple, movies, fishing and hunting...and most of all, spending time with his family.
You can email Pastor Queen at email@example.com
Rev. John Prettyman
From a career of teaching, running track, and playing trumpet, God changed John Prettyman’s life and direction in his early twenties. Having been on track scholarship at the University of Maryland and after graduation, still playing his trumpet professionally and running with the Baltimore Olympic Club, John sensed a great emptiness in his life. In August of 1966, God really dealt with him about his running…and showed him that he was spiritually, running empty. Soon after hearing a heart-stirring message by Pastor Herb Fitzpatrick about David running from Saul, John, under great conviction, went to an old abandoned airport, surrendering his life to Christ. Shortly thereafter, the Lord led him to Seminary and into the ministries of music, school administration, and youth.
God opened doors through Dr. Lee Roberson for John to serve as band director and professor in music at Tennessee Temple College while also serving as music and youth pastor at a local church. It was at this church where John was ordained. He later served as minister of music at First Baptist of New Castle, Delaware, with Pastor Leonard Chavis; music pastor and elementary principal at Central Baptist Church and Christian Schools in Panama City, Florida, with Dr. Huge Pyle; and then with Dr. Herbert Fitzpatrick at First Baptist Church of Riverdale, Maryland, as assistant principal.
In June, 1974, God led John to Macon where he has had an amazing journey in music, youth, band, and track. He has served with Pastors Larry Reesor, John Reynolds, Bob Wilson, S. L. Sherrill, and Rodney Queen. In the midst of a very fulfilling life, in 2004, John received notice that, because of his track accomplishments and records, both in the State of Delaware and at the University of Maryland, he was being inducted into the Delaware Track and Field Hall of Fame.
John has been married to Katherine McBryar since 1969 and they've been blessed with five children and eight grandchildren. John still enjoys the outdoors, track and field events, trumpet, and all his music.
You can email Rev. Prettyman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Josh Queen
After moving to Macon in 1991, Josh attended Central Fellowship Christian Academy for two years. After graduating, Josh studied at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia where he graduated with a double major in Youth Ministries and Business.
Josh began teaching at CFCA in 1997 and also came on as a part-time staff member at CFBC in 1998 as the Children's Pastor. One year later, he moved into the Youth Pastor position. Josh served as interim Administrator of Central Fellowship Christian Academy until recently receiving the call of the Academy Board of Directors to serve as the Administrator.
In 2000, Josh married his beautiful bride Kelly Howard, who grew up in CFBC and also graduated from CFCA. They have two children, Ethan and Avery.
Josh enjoys spending time with his family: parents, brother, sisters , and many in-laws; but especially time with his wife and kids (baseball games, light saber duels, board games, "lunch" at Avery's diner, and Nerf battles in the back yard).
You can email Rev. Queen at email@example.com
Mr. Eddie Wiggins
Eddie grew up in Warner Robins, GA and graduated from Warner Robins High in 1983. He's been married to Patty Henderson for the past 27 years and has been blessed with four children and three grandchildren.
Eddie was defeated with a life of drug addictions until 5 years ago when Christ made him free. Following many secular treatment programs over many years, Eddie went to a faith-based addiction program and graduated in 2007. After 5 years of walking in victory with Christ, Eddie was installed as the Addictions Program Director. He has a burdened heart to Rescue & Recover those who find themselves struggling with stubborn habits and addictions.
Their two oldest boys are married and serving in their home churches in Kingsland, GA and Swansboro, NC. Their daughter, Tami Ann, serves with them at CFBC along with their youngest, 3 year old Ezra.
Eddie enjoys fishing, woodworking, football and spending time with his family.
You can email Mr. Wiggins at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Rome Mosely
Assistant Addictions Director
Jerome (Rome) Mosely was born and raised in Macon, GA. He attended high school at Central High School in Macon. He enjoys working with his hands and reading.
Rome feels his calling is to work with the addicted as he was an addict and alcholic for 33 years. The Lord Jesus gave hime victory over his addictions on August 9, 2009 when the Lord saved him while in jail. He also believes it's important to work with the elderly in our Nursing Home ministry...to let them know that they are not forgotten and that the Lord Jesus loves them.
Rome was also recently elected by the church to serve as a Trustee. He is actively involved in teaching Sunday School, serving in the church security detail, church nursery, prison ministry and our outreach to the Macon Rescue Mission.
Mrs. Anna Beth Sizemore
Anna Beth and her family moved to Macon in 1991. She attended Central Fellowship Christian Academy for four years and then went on to college to pursue a degree in Health Sciences. Anna Beth worked at Camp Wabanna in Edgewater, MD the summer before her senior year of college, and it was during this time that the Lord began changing her heart. After graduating from GC&SU in 2001, Anna Beth was offered a full-time position at Wabanna where the Lord directed her heart toward working with young children and teenagers. Wabanna had a dynamic impact in her life and she had the pleasure of serving there for almost five years on full-time staff and seven summers since 2000.
In 2005, Anna Beth moved back to Macon and began substitute teaching at CFCA, and also worked with the day camp program. She came on full-time in 2007 as a Phys Ed teacher for grades K3-9th and cross country coach. Anna Beth had the pleasure of working in this position until 2011, when she decided to become a stay at home mom.
Anna Beth was married in 2008 to Joel and the two have two amazing children...Kale (2 yrs) and Isla (9 mths). Anna Beth and Joel enjoy spending time with both of their wonderful families, but more than anything, love watching their babies grow and laughing at all the crazy things they do.
You can email Mrs. Sizemore at email@example.com
Mrs. Kathy Manning
Kathy was born and raised in Cochran, Georgia and graduated from Cochran High School in 1970. She received an Associates Degree from Middle Georgia College in 1972, and also attended Georgia College in Milledgeville, GA. She married her high school sweetheart, David Manning in 1974. She moved to Macon in 1979 and later settled in Byron, Ga. They have twin girls, Karla Bertolino and Lisa Musselwhite who both live in Byron. Their one son, Nick and wife, Tira live in Canton. Kathy and David are blessed with four grandchildren.
Kathy was invited to Central Fellowship Baptist Church where she was saved on July 13th, 1980. Her husband was saved in 1982. She says that “we are very blessed that Central Fellowship has been our church home our entire Christian life.
Kathy has worked in the ministries of Central Fellowship since 1987 and will soon be celebrating her 25th year of ministry. She is involved in the adult choir, Ladies’ Sunday School class and helps with the nursery ministry. She loves to read and spending time with family, friends and more importantly my four grand-daughters.
You can email Mrs. Manning at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Cherry McKinley
Cherry Mckinley was saved in 1974 as a direct result of the ministry of Central Fellowship Baptist Church. God provided part time work for Cherry at our Academy in 1980 and full time work came a year later as Housekeeper. Over 31 years have passed and God has been faithful in using her job as a way of providing for her family, but also a way of ministering to others through CFBC/CFCA.
Cherry's family includes her son Justin, daughter Erin and son-in-law, Jimmy Ham. Cherry's oldest son Shayne, graduated to Heaven in 2004. She has been blessed with 7 grandchildren and one in Heaven. Cherry was a part of founding of the Reformers Unanimous ministry at CFBC and continues as a leaders today. In her spare time she enjoys reading and enjoying her grandboys.
You can email Mrs. McKinley at email@example.com
Mr. Nathan Sprague
Nathan moved to middle Georgia in 1983 from Holland, New York, and attended Central Fellowship Christian Academy. After graduating, he attended Pensacola Christian College and obtained a degree in Criminal Justice.
In 1995, Nathan was hired by the Macon Police Department where he currently is employed and holds the rank of Lieutenant. That same year he married Shanda Galegor who also graduated from Pensacola Christian College. They have two children, Cody and Savannah.
Nathan currently serves as a Deacon and Trustee of CFBC. He is also currently in charge of Campus and Church Security and coordinates lock up schedules. Nathan serves in our childrens ministry in the nursery and also in AWANA where he has worked in the Cubbies program for 18 years. Nathan also has completed his leadership training for Cubbies while working in that program.
Nathan enjoys spending time with his family camping and hiking as well as being a living historian for the American Civil War. During the fall, Nathan can be found with his son watching the "DAWGS" play every Saturday.