Walker Armstrong - Executive Director
Walker is no stranger to the PMBA. He has been connected to this Association since 1983 when he did supply preaching for area churches during Jim Hamblen’s tenure as Director of Missions. Following his college years Walker frequently provided consulting/coaching to those in leadership at the Association. Since May of 2016, he has served as the fulltime Executive Director.
His background includes Youth Ministry; Church Planting; Pastoral Ministry; Organizational Development Consulting; Leadership Development Training; Executive Coaching; Denominational Consulting; and Church Consulting. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Walker is married to the love of his life Gina; is the proud Dad and Stepdad to four children; Papa to 4 beautiful grandchildren; and dog wrangler to a hyperactive Labradoodle named Beau.
Craig Clayton – Community Missions Catalyst
Craig is originally from Tennessee where he studied at Union University to receive his BSBA in Accounting and Christian Studies. Following the completion of his Master's degree at Beeson Divinity School at Samford University, Craig served churches in Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina in addition to his service in Mexico as a Southern Baptist missionary. He is blessed to have four children and enjoys fishing and time with family. His current role as Community Missions Catalyst incorporates the mobilization of over 90 churches toward greater community impact and the catalytic work of planting of churches.
Beth Warfford – Financial Assistant
Beth Warfford joined the PMBA in 2018 and is the Administrative/Financial Assistant. Beth is from Rural Hall, NC. She graduated from Woodland Baptist Christian School and Forsyth Technical Community College. Beth is married to Richard, has two daughters and one grandson.
Terri Howell – Administrative Assistant
Terri is excited to join the PMBA team as the administrative assistant. She serves as the women's ministry leader at Brook Haven Church in Germanton. In the past she held administrative and communications roles at the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Terri recently earned a master's degree in organizational development and is passionate about seeing people discover and live into the mission God has for them. She also serves her community as a chaplain with the City of King Police Department, as well as being a member of the Stokes County Crisis Response Team and the CISM-Triad Regional Advisory Council. Terri spends her free time perfecting cake pops and training her faithful companion, "Levi."