Rev. Raymond Caruthers

Raymond Caruthers was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma where he is one of five children. He attended the Muskogee Public School System, where he gained his formal education. Upon completion of high school, he continued his preparation in higher education at the Langston University, Langston, Oklahoma. While matriculating at Langston University, he was appointed to many student leadership positions, offices and commissions.

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Rev. Dr. Deborah A. Dennis

Rev. Dr. Deborah Dennis accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior on February 11, 1960. She acknowledged her calling into the preaching ministry on February 26, 1989, and was licensed to preach on September 23, 1990, by the Mt. Period Missionary Baptist Church where she served for over 26 years in the Evangelism, Deaconess, Music, and Teaching Ministries. She also served as the Director of Baptist Training Union, Sunday Church School Teacher, Choir Director, and Director of Vacation Bible School.

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Min. Clayton Johnson, Jr.

Minister Clayton Johnson, Jrr was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He gave his life to Christ at the age of nine, and twenty years later, at age 29, he preached his initial sermon on August 19, 2005 in the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, under the dynamic pastoral leadership of Dr. Charles E. Booth.

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Min. Alexander Roseboro

Min. Alexander Miles Roseboro was born in Columbus, OH, December 18, 1985. Min. Roseboro is a graduate of Ashland University where he studied History and Religion. He received his license to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ July 24, 2005. Minister Roseboro served two years as the Youth and Young Adult Pastor at the Christ Centered Church in Akron, Ohio, and Youngstown, Ohio; where Pastor Kenneth Paramore is the Senior Pastor. He also served as the leader of R.A.W. (Real Anointed Word), at the Church at North Pointe in Columbus, Ohio; where Pastor Kevin Dudley, D. Min., is the pastor. October 1, 2013, Min. Roseboro began his duties as Leader of the Young Adult Ministry at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, where Reverend Dr. Charles E. Booth is Senior Pastor.

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Rev. Guy S. Schley, Pastoral Assistant

Reverend Schley serves as Chaplain and Director of Development at Isabelle Ridgway Care Center. He has completed two (2) years of post-graduate work in ethics at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. He also served the Bethel Missionary Baptist Church as an Associate Minister under the pastoral leadership of The Reverend Dr. R.B. Holmes, Jr. He served as chaplain of the Florida State University Men’s Basketball Team in Tallahassee, FL.

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Rev. Dr. Sharron Tucker

Rev. Dr. Sharron Tucker is not focused on just one ministry in the church. She is led and blessed to direct 18 of them, excluding major events. She shared her love for the ministries, "I am in love with anything that deals with the marginalized."

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Min. Dr. LaTrice Washington

Min. Dr. LaTrice Washington is a native of Richmond, Virginia. She is the daughter of Rev. Shirley W. Jordan and Mr. Howard Jordan, Sr. Dr. Washington made her confession of faith and was baptized at the age of 12 at St. John Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia. She delivered her initial sermon, “Living According To God’s Standard” on Friday, March 6, 2009, at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church. She is a disciple of the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Columbus, Ohio, where she serves as a ministry leader of the Political and Judicial Awareness Ministry and Christ-Centered Discipleship Ministry (CCDM).

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Minister Nathan L. R. Harris        

Nathan Lee Roy Harris, a first-year graduate student at The Ohio State University (OSU), Department of Engineering Education (EED), has been recently awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRFP). The NSF GRFP is a highly prestigious fellowship awarded to graduate students who show immense promise as researchers and leaders in STEM fields.

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Additional Leaders

Elder Kermetta Folmar
Minister Barbara Pierson
Minister Anita Walker
Rev. Dr. Charlene Watkins