On Sunday, November 12, the Church Council Selection Team presented their slate of candidates for the Church Council. There will be a called business meeting at the end of the worship service on Sunday, November 19th, at which time the congregation will vote on this slate.
The selection team includes Tommy Miskelly, Rick Adams, DeAnne Hegi, Will Martin, Preston Crowe, Shawn O’Leary, Katy Shearer, and Lauren Williams. Thank you to the Selection Team for their tireless work.

2023 Church Council Slate

Tammy Amis

Tammy Amis is the wife of Mark Amis, and they have been members of Broadmoor for 19 years. They have 3 children: McKenzie, 27, Grayson, 22, and Bella, who is 21. Tammy is the Chief of Staff at Canopy Children’s Solutions. Canopy serves children with behavioral or mental health issues and provides educational and family support. Canopy has served thousands of families over the years. At Broadmoor, Tammy has served on the personnel team, was involved in the HR Director search, and is active in nursery care.

“Tammy Amis is a natural born, highly organized leader who can make the complex simple. She loves the Lord and is quick to serve others.” – Tommy Miskelly.

Cindy Hollingsworth

Cindy and her husband, Scott, have been members of Broadmoor for 24 years. Cindy grew up in Indianola, MS. The Hollingsworths were married in 1987 and have three married children: Morgan, Barry, and Ashley. She is a certified public accountant and is the managing partner of Lyle, Walker P.A., a local accounting firm. Cindy and Scott co-teach a nearly/newlywed Life Group and have expressed how important and affirming that work has been to them. Cindy also founded a ministry called Mobile Meals seven years ago with their Life Group and continues to oversee that effort, delighting shut-ins, largely from our church, twice a month with a hot meal and a friendly visit.

“Cindy brings not only a wide range of life and business skills to the Council but also a desire to follow the Spirit’s leading in service and a fruitful love for the young families of our church.” – Rick Adams

Sam Kelly

Sam Kelly is the husband of Kim Kelly. They are the parents of Maggie Kate Bobo, the late Sam Clayton Kelly, and Anna Claire Wallace. He is from Mt. Olive, MS. Sam is an attorney at Brunini Grantham PLLC. Sam’s practice focuses on the construction industry and includes contract preparation and negotiations, bid protests, claim preparation and evaluation, and dispute resolution. Sam serves our church and local community in many forms. Most notably, he is a Life Group leader, hosts a high school boys’ devotional group, and serves as President of the Madison County School Board. Sam and Kim have been members of Broadmoor for 14 years.

“Sam Kelly is the definition of a servant leader. He has a heart for sharing the Gospel, an unwavering faith, seeks guidance from the Holy Spirit, and brings a wealth of business acumen to the Council.” – Will Martin

Mike McGuffey

Mike and his wife, Annice, have been Broadmoor members for 32 years. They have 4 adult children: Jessica McGuffey Bowden, Christopher McGuffey, Daniel McGuffey, and David McGuffey. They also have 7 grandchildren. Mike retired after nearly 40 years in insurance, founding McGuffey & Associates, LLC, which he later sold to New England Insurance. He is a deacon, Life Group leader, part of the security and parking teams, and the insurance sub-committee. He leads a weekly Bible study, engages in missions, serves on the board of the “In His Steps” ministry, and was a board member for the National Association of Insurance Auditors and Engineers and the Mississippi Workers Compensation Appeals Board.

“Mike’s servant heart, encouraging spirit, passion for reaching the lost, as well as his business experience and vision, makes him a beneficial addition to the Broadmoor Church Council.” – Shawn O’Leary

Jana McDonnell

Jana and her husband, Tom, joined Broadmoor in 1986. They have two married daughters: Kate Lee and Anna Margaret. Jana, with a B.S. from USM and an MBA from Mississippi College, was the Director of Operations at U-Save Auto Rental of America, Inc., one of the world’s largest franchisors of car rental locations. Current COO for Refuge Group, she manages two transportation divisions and serves as Chief Risk Officer. Jana is also President of PIC International, a non-profit co-founded with Tom in 2006. She runs a Life Coaching Practice at Broadmoor’s Center for Hope and Healing and, with Tom, has taught a young married couples’ Life Group for six years.

“Jana will bring a great deal of business experience to the Council, but her heart for the Lord and love for discipling the next generation will serve as the lens through which she sees Council matters and will be of great benefit.” – Lauren Williams

Kendall Moore

Kendall and his wife, Beth, have been members of Broadmoor for over 35 years and have been married since 1984. Kendall and Beth have three adult children: Kendall, Kyle, and Elise. Kendall grew up in South Jackson. With a deep love for serving and discipling others, Kendall is a former deacon chairman and has led and co-led Life Groups for decades. Kendall is an attorney, a licensed P&C agent and adjuster, as well as Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary of Refuge Group, Inc.

“Kendall brings a wealth of knowledge about our church, the Holy Scriptures, and organizational health. Kendall will be a great asset to the team.” – Josh Braddy

Shaun Selman

Shaun and his wife, Lynn, have been members of Broadmoor for over 5 years when Shaun joined the ministerial staff team as the Next Generation Discipleship Pastor. Shaun and Lynn have been married since 1998. The Selmans have three children: Kiersten, Keenan, and Kent. Shaun grew up in Crystal Springs, MS. He has over 26 years of vocational ministry experience in Southern Baptist Churches and has completed a Master of Theological Studies from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

“Shaun’s love and devotion to the Bible is the single most important catalyst for the way he shepherds his family, the Nextgen family, and the Broadmoor family.” – Neil Marsh