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Bill Agee

Executive Director

Bill Agee serves as executive director of California Southern Baptist Convention and is responsible for leading Executive Board staff to resource churches to minister in their communities and win people to Jesus.

Agee, elected in May 2017, has a varied ministry career which includes serving as a church planter, senior pastor, director of missions, staff member at the North American Mission Board and as a senior staff member of a mega-church.

His vision is to dominate resourcing the vision of CSBC churches and differentiating the Convention by planting strong, healthy churches and revitalizing existing churches. The Oklahoma native's leadership style is to assess the situation, develop a plan, staff the vision, implement the plan and follow up in order to do it again.

He sees California as a challenge and wants to partner with CSBC churches to push back the darkness for 33 million souls in California who do not know Jesus.

Bill has been married to his wife, Pam, for more than 40 years. They have a son and a daughter and three grandchildren.

Ministry Specialties

  • Leadership
  • Church Planting
  • Church Revitalization

Previous Experience

  • Minister of Church Planting/Revitalization - First Baptist Church, Woodstock, GA
  • Director of Church Planting - California Baptist Foundation, Fresno
  • Director of Associational Strategies - North American Mission Board, Alpharetta, GA
  • Director of Missions - Central Association of Southern Baptists, Phoenix, AZ
  • Pastor - First Southern Baptist Church, Prescott Valley, AZ
  • Pastor - Bethel Baptist Church, Norman, OK
  • Founding Pastor/Church Planter - Mobridge Southern Baptist Church, Mobridge, SD

Education

  • Doctor of Ministry in Great Commission Mobilization – Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Master of Arts in Religious Education – Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religion/History – Oklahoma Baptist University

This Convention serves our culturally diverse congregations as we fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.