Business Administration Teams

Finance Team

Charles Morris
Ben Pace
Debra Thames
Mike Ford
Stephanie Fortenberry
Jan Lewis
Jeff Miley
Robbie Groves
Mary Margaret White
John Hegi
Steve Sanders (Chair)
Nikki Fletcher
Steve Mulhollen, Executive Pastor of Business Administration
Neil Marsh, Executive Pastor of Ministry
 

The role of the Finance Team is to serve as a sounding board to and learned counsel for Executive Pastor of Business Administration and the Church Council with the primary role of providing a review, oversight, and direction as contemplated by Broadmoor's Accounting Practices and Procedure Manual.

This document outlines our accounting policies and serves to provide clarity on financial reporting, clear oversight obligations, and responsibilities of the Executive Pastors, the Finance Team, and the Church Council. It defines controls for the management of funds at various levels and for purchases and outlines the budgeting process.

For security purposes, certain sections have been redacted. If you would like a full version of the Accounting Policies and Procedures, please contact Steve Mulhollen, Executive Pastor of Business Administration at 601.898.2345.

ACCOUNTING POLICIES & PROCEDURES

 


 

Safety & Security Team

Don Brazil
Brad Carter
Eric Chancellor
Jacoby Cowen
John Garcia
Butch Hammack
Jay Houston
Jim Kitchens
Lorry King
Cliff Mitchell
Derrick Layton
Kip Luby
Mike McGuffey
Nathan Pepper
Bruce Proctor
Tim Rutledge (Chair)
Jimmy Saxto (Vice-Chair)
Michael Spann
Christy Stevens
Brad Stevens
Andrew White
Rod Winstead
Robbin Welch
Todd Wilson
 

 

 

Audit Team

Jan Lewis
Steve Sanders (Chair)
John Hegi
JoAnne Porter
 

The Audit Team serves as a sounding board to and learned counsel for Executive Pastor of Business Administration and the Church Council with respect to Broadmoor's annual audit. Their role is to oversee the annual independent audit process including the selection of the audit firm and to ensure that the annual audit is completed and all related financial and management reports are properly provided and reviewed. The Team is also responsible for ensuring that Broadmoor's risk management, internal control processes, and management’s ethical behavior are reviewed annually by the external auditor.


 

Benevolence Team

Cliff Hardin
Mary Margaret White (Chair)
Lauren Dove Williams
Stephanie Fortenberry
Dennis Morgan
Vern Boothe

 

The Benevolence Team serves as a sounding board to and learned counsel for the Executive Pastor of Business Administration and the Church Council with respect to the administration and oversight of the Benevolence Policy of Broadmoor. The team provides the review, oversight, direction, and approval of all funds requested through the Benevolence Ministry by members and non-members of Broadmoor Baptist Church.


 

403(b) Team

Jeff Miley (Chair)
Rod Winstead
Suzanne Sullivan
Adam Lane
Steve Mulhollen, Executive Pastor of Business Administration


The 403(b) Team serves as a sounding board to and learned counsel for Executive Pastor of Business Administration and the Church Council with respect to the administration and oversight of the applicable retirement benefit plan of Broadmoor Baptist Church and including the interview and selection of any third-party plan administrator or trustee. Additionally, the team provides the review, oversight, and direction relating to the Retirement Plan as may be requested or contemplated from time to time by the Church Council.


2022 Personnel Team

Melinda Mallet
Rod Winstead
Victoria Shearer
Deanne Hegi
JoAnne Porter (Chair)
Kim Case
Steve Mulhollen, Executive Pastor of Business Administration
Neil Marsh, Executive Pastor of Ministry

 

The Personnel Team serves as a sounding board to and learned counsel for the Executive Pastor of Ministry and the Executive Pastor of Business Administration. This team provides the review, oversight, and direction as contemplated in Broadmoor's Employee Personnel Policy Manual. Additionally, the team conducts personnel searches and facilitates interviews as directed by Church Council.

This document outlines policies that govern our church operations, addressing personnel matters. It is a set of guidelines that serve to help keep our system as fair and unbiased as possible. This document includes several new and refined policies including policies on hiring practices, expectations, benefits, performance evaluations, workplace safety, harassment, and protection, and procedures for contact with minors and those with special needs.

Personnel policy manual