Pastor David Whitcomb

Senior Pastor

Pastor David is the founding pastor of Community Baptist Church serving in that position since 1985. He previously established Community Baptist Church of Woodruff, S.C. He achieved a B.A. degree in Bible from Bob Jones University as well as M.A. degree in Theology. In 2000 he achieved a Doctor of Sacred Ministry from Northland International University. He and Patty were married at the ripe old age of nineteen in 1973. They have three sons who God is also using in ministry, three daughters-in-laws, and six grandchildren. David has published various books. Among the most popular are True Worship and A Remarkable Marriage. He loves to work with his hands and, when possible, spends his free time building and fixing things.

Pastor Andrew Lee

Education Pastor

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Andrew grew up in Lafayette, IN. At the age of four, having heard the gospel many times in his home and at church, he realized that Christ had willingly died to pay for his sin, and he trusted in Christ's payment alone for salvation. Under the influence of his youth pastor in high school, he began to spend time daily reading God's Word. God used this to give him a desire to minister to others in a similar way. After graduation from high school, Andrew completed a B.A. in Bible from Bob Jones University and a M.S. in Counseling and M.Div. at Bob Jones Seminary. Andrew met his wife Elizabeth in college, and they were married after graduating. They have 2 little boys and another one on the way in June. Andrew loves spending time with his family, whether that means calmly reading a book together on the couch or enthusiastically charging into a pretend battle. He also enjoys running whenever he gets the chance. His goal as Education Pastor is to support the parents at Community by providing programs for the children's ministry that will help lay a Biblical foundation that kids can use in the future. This not only involves telling Bible stories, but also teaching God's Word in such a way that they will allow it to guide their decisions for the rest of their lives.