Neal Jackson Pastor
Dr. Neal Jackson, accepted the pastorate of Beulah Baptist Church, in December of 2009. He is the third generation of Jacksons to minister at the Church. His Father, Nolan Jackson Sr., served the church as Minister of Music from 1970 - 1977 when he was born.
His grandfather, Maze Jackson, preached many revivals at the church and always considered it one of America's great churches built on the "ole book."
Dr. Jackson has also pastored churches in Pensacola, FL and Atlanta GA.His passion has always been that of encouraging people to love God’s Word. God has given him the ability to answer the modern day problems people face with the truths of scripture.
His preaching is characterized as verse-by-verse exposition, and can be seen across the country through the weekly Truth for Today telecast. Dr. Jackson recently received his second doctorate this one with a concentration in expository preaching from the Masters Seminary. He and Tracy have three children, David, Victoria and Reagan.
Robert Kidd Associate Pastor
Pastor Robert Kidd has pastored numerous churches over the past 40 years spreading the great news of Jesus Christ. Bro. Kidd and his wife, Juanita reside in the Highfalls area of Moore County. They have one daughter and grand daughter. He is an annointed minister that expounds the Word without apology in the power of the Holy Spirit. He assists the pastor with pastoral care needs and teaches an adult Sunday School Class.
Matt Barbour Church Administrator
Mark Landers Minister of Music
Mark was born in Greenwood, SC and moved to NC after attending Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, FL. Growing up in a Christian family and being the son of a Baptist minister, he was introduced to music at an early age and sang his first solo in church at the age of three.
Mark has worked with musicians of all ages for many years and is consumed with leading people to become active worshipers of Jesus Christ. He has been the minister of music at Beulah since 1995. In the pursuit to be all that God would have him be, he is currently working on a degree in choral conducting and has recently begun taking piano lessons.
Mark loves his position at Beulah because he gets to usher the congregation each week into the very presence of God. He could best be described as a servant who loves the Lord with all his heart and believes strongly in the power of musical praise. If you are not involved in the music ministry at Beulah, lookout because Mark has your number!!