Baptist and Reflector
FRANKLIN — The Tennessee Baptist Mission Board has announced the addition of three new specialists to its staff.
Cole Campbell has been promoted to manager of the Linden Valley Baptist Conference Center. Campbell began working part-time at the conference center in 2008 and began serving full time with the facility in 2014.
In his new role, Campbell will manage all facilities, activities, employees and functions of Linden Valley. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. Campbell lives in Linden with his wife Kazeray.
Jeanne Davis, wife of TBMB president and executive director Randy C. Davis, will serve as volunteer pastors’ wives specialist.
A native of Mobile, Ala., she has served as an ambassador for the work of the TBMB for the past nine years. In her new role, she will work with a team of pastors’ wives from across the state to provide encouragement and training through special events and opportunities. The Davises have two married daughters, three granddaughters and a grandson.
Matt Tullos joined the TBMB staff in September as stewardship development specialist. In that role he will lead the TBMB in a coordinated effort focused on increasing Cooperative Program participation. He also will help resource and encourage churches in the area of biblical stewardship.
Tullos comes to his new position from the Louisiana Baptist Convention where he served as associate communications director/lead creative for more than five years.
He also served at LifeWay Christian Resources for 15 years and is a former Tennessee Baptist pastor. Both he and his wife Darlene were on the staff of drama festivals sponsored by the Tennessee Baptist Convention in past years. The couple has four grown sons.