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Since 2014, Brother “B” has had the privilege of pastoring the New Prospect Baptist Church near Oxford, MS. A great congregation with a focus to Connect, Grow and Serve!
Brother B started pastoring churches in 1975 and started preaching in 1972, so he’s been preaching the Word for over 50 years. He has had the honor of serving at least 9 congregations as either pastor or associate pastor. As you'll see below, Buster has had other interests in life. But he has always been called to communicate the Gospel and the Word of God. So, in all of his life endeavors, he used whatever work he was doing to do just that! Be a communicator of the Directives of God through the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
Brother B was licensed to Preach the Gospel by the Richland Baptist Church in Feb. 1972!
Buster had a 45 year career in broadcasting, starting as a deejay at age 16 at the then historic, WRBC in Jackson MS. He’s co-owned as a General Partner, managed and actually participated in building radio stations, managing a 200 station radio network, and has been the producer of many local and national radio and TV programs. He once produced a program for the Southern Baptist Convention that was heard by millions of listeners. Buster's later years of being an "on the air social warrior" based on Biblical principles, led his name recognition and reputation to grow to its largest level!
Starting in 1979, Buster pinned on His first police badge as police officer at a small town department. He fell in love with Law Enforcement, but also wanted a way to use it as a ministry. So, he became a chaplain with the Laurel Mississippi Police Department. He then graduated from the State of Texas Police Academy, and the Arlington, TX Officer’s Academy as he became a police officer with Arlington, TX. He also graduated from Mississippi’s MLEOTA Academy, and the Tupelo Law Enforcement Academy as he gained certification as a Lawman in Mississippi.. He used his time as a LEO to also serve as a Chaplain, longing to minister primarily to the officers and staff he served with. He is currently retired from his law enforcement career, having spent his last 6 years as a part time Deputy Sheriff/chaplain with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office under the direction of Sheriff Jim Johnson.