Dave Canfield - Husband, Father, Soccer Player, People Person. For the previous two year, Dave has led the worship ministry of Friendship SBC. But now that he has transitioned into the position of Connections Pastor, his heart is seeing that everyone person who walks through the doors of Friendship SBC feels warmly welcomed and ministered to.
Dave spent many years in the capacity of a youth pastor. His heart is seeing all people, young and old, be transformed by the power of a Mighty Savior. After a rough upbringing, the grace of God called David into a life of ministry, and also introduced him to his wife, Debbie.
He is the proud father of 3 children, and a breeder of Pomeranian puppies. If you have any questions about Friendship SBC, do not hesitate to contact him
Pastor of Youth Ministry
Robert Mayfield, a native of rural country in Georgia, is a big guy with a bigger heart. After serving in the capacity of youth sunday school teacher for several years, Robert took charge of the Youth Ministry during the fall of 2012.
Robert's passion is to see teenagers equipped with the eternal wisdom of God that comes through Christ, so that those students can give glory to God in all they do. An avid sportsman, hunter, and athlete, he is willing to school a teenager any day in a pickup game of football.
His claim to fame, is that he won a pie eating contest at Bass Pro Shop. Don't ever challenge him to eat pie.
He invites you to come and visit the Youth Ministry on Wednesday Nights at 6:45pm.
Scarlett Rumburg joined the staff of Friendship in January of 2012. Her areas of expertise and experience include customer service, financial account and auditing, and even running a company as a licensed contractor.
Ministry experience includes serving as a Sunday School teacher for over a decade, leading programs such as Awana for 8 years, and VBS director for 9 years. When it comes to her position as Office Manager, she does not look at it as a job but as a ministry.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, gardening, cooking, and spending time with her husband Stephen and daughter Heather.
She has an Associates degree of Arts and Science along with many other professional licenses and certifications. If you have any questions about the church, do not hesitate to contact her
Pastor Jean Eneck Desir is a native of Port-Au-Prince Haiti. Before 2010, Eneck worked as a school teacher in Haiti and an interpreter for mission teams. After the devastating Haitian earthquake of 2010, Eneck left his wife and son and traveled to the United States to find employment. For three years, Eneck worked in the US and supported not only his immediate family back in Haiti, but extended family as well.
In 2012, the Lord told Eneck to turn into the parking lot of Friendship SBC. What started out as a simple invitation to join us at the church that night for a cook out turned into a two year relationship, and eventually our churched decided to get involved in the restorative process of Haiti. In 2013, we began building our international sister church outside Port-Au-Prince named Friendship Baptist of Haiti. And then in January of 2014, our church voted to commission Eneck as a missionary of our church, and to support him financially so he could return to Haiti and oversee the many mission projects we have planned. Eneck is simply a contagious individual who's heart, preaching, and character have impacted our entire church body.
When you see George walking down the street, he doesn't look like your normal preacher. That is because he is not. George is a Pro-Wrestling star that has been in the ring with such stars as Rick Flair, The Italian Stallion, and Ted DiBiase. However, one of his greatest thrills didn't happen in the ring, but when he had the chance to hand Hulk Hogan a gospel tract about the good news of Jesus Christ.
George South is an unashamed lover of Christ, and he loves to talk about Jesus. Most weekends of the year, he is setting up his ring and traveling with the students of his training school called the Exodus Wrestling Association. George ministers in churches, schools, and community outreach events. To date, he has been able to distribute over 100,000 gospel tracts of which he personally wrote and had printed. They share the story of his salvation, and how the good news of Jesus can change anybody.
Friendship SBC is privileged that George calls us his church home, and we love having him in the pulpit to encourage us and motivate us toward evangelism. You can find out more information about him at www.GeorgeSouth.com, and also pick up a copy of his book, "Dad You Don't Work, You Wrestle."