|Term ending December 31, 2022|
|Mike Anchors (’60) has had only one job in his career. He has been a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for more than a half century. During that time, he presented Continuing Education Courses to CPA’s in more than 48 states and was recognized by the Florida and Texas CPA organizations as the Outstanding Presenter for that year. In his spare time he served as Governor of the Georgia District of Optimist International, Treasurer of the San Antonio YMCA, Treasurer of the Baptist Children’s Home, President of the Business and Professional Toastmasters’ Club, Treasurer of the Board of Trustees for the Christian School of Castle Hills, Chair of the Finance Committee and Deacon of Mission City Church, and currently is a member of the Executive Committee of the Truett McConnell University Alumni Association.Mike and his wife, Brenda, have two grown children and two adult grandsons. Some of the activities they have enjoyed include golf, cycling, jogging, traveling, and studying God’s word with Bible Study Fellowship.|
|Dr. Chris Childs (’90) attended Truett McConnell from 1988-1991 and graduated with an Associate of Arts degree. He then attended the Medical College of Georgia and graduated in 1995 with a D.M.D. In 1997, Dr. Childs returned to Truett McConnell to restart the women’s soccer program. He coached for four years, finishing with three 3rd place finishes in GJCAA and a runner-up finish in 2000. He also worked for student development as Residence Director until 2003. As a Gainesville native, Dr. Childs returned to Gainesville in 1995 to open his practice with a focus on restorative, cosmetic, and implant dentistry.
|Amelia Beaudry (’17) grew up in South Georgia and came to Truett McConnell during her junior year. She graduated from TMU with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree and is currently working as a recruiter for Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia. She is also the adviser for the Hubmaier School of Theology and Missions. In her spare time, she loves to hang out with friends, drink iced coffee, explore the outdoors, listen to music, and watch TV. She has a passion for missions and a passion for people.|
|Grace Henson (’19) graduated from TMU in 2019 with a B.S. in Education with a concentration in Middle Grades Math/Science. She currently works at White County Middle School as a seventh grade math teacher and head soccer coach. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, spending time outdoors, and reading.|
|Dr. Tim S. Smith (’82) is on the Church Strengthening Team of the Georgia Baptist Mission Board and serves as the Northwest Discipleship Consultant. The focus of his work is partnering with pastors and leaders to strengthening churches in their mission of making disciples that make disciples. He is able to assist churches with their Sunday School, small groups, discipleship as well as men’s ministry, singles, and other church administration areas. Each year, he works with hundreds of churches, associations, and other state conventions.
Prior to his current position with the GBMB he served the lead state missionary for Groups & Faith Development, specialist for Sunday School & Small Groups, team coordinator/leader for Sunday School & Open Groups, and consultant for Bible Study Ministries. Dr. Smith has been with the GBMB since 1999.
Before coming to the GBMB, he served the following churches: Tabernacle Baptist Church in Cartersville, First Baptist Church in Dallas, Wake Crossroads Baptist Church in Raleigh, Bowdon Baptist Church in Bowdon, Midway Church in Villa Rica, First Baptist Church in Douglasville, New Holland Baptist Church in Gainesville, and Glen Forest Baptist Church in Mableton.
Dr. Smith earned his Doctorate of Ministry degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He received a Master of Divinity with Christian Education from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He earned a degree of Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia; and from Truett McConnell, he received an Associate of Arts degree in Religious Studies.
He has authored, co-authored or contributed to several resources including; Lead Your Group, Bringing LIFE to Adult Sunday School, Basics of Preschool/Children/Youth and Adult Sunday School series, Sunday School that Really Excels: Real Life Examples of Churches with Healthy Sunday Schools, Be a Catalyst: Start New Groups, The Sunday School Leadership Course, Training Your Sunday School Leaders, The Power of 10, Key Strategies of a Healthy Sunday School, Coaching a Winning Team, Evangelism through the Sunday School, and Training the Adult Sunday School Class Leadership Team.
He is a native of Georgia. Tim and his wife Cathy live in White, Georgia. They have adult two children and two grandchildren.
|Margie Webb (’60) graduated Truett McConnell College with a business degree in 1961. She met Jim Webb in 1960 at TMU, and they married in 1962. They had been married almost 54 years when Jim passed away in 2016. Margie has two daughters, one of which graduated from Truett McConnell, and ten grandchildren. She was a stay at home mom for 15 years before working with, and eventually retiring from, Cobb County Schools. She and Jim moved home to Gainesville in 2004 where lives today.
Some of Margie’s accomplishments and activities include: serving for several years as PTA President; serving several terms on TMU Alumni Executive Board; awarded Alumnus of the year; chairing of Truett McConnell Hall County Chapter Committee (formed 2019); Church WMU Director; College Career Director; Sunday school and church training/missions groups; senior adult director, choir member, and member of various church committees.