Tony Black, Senior Pastor
Tony and his wife Debbie came to us on July 29, 2007. He is a native of North West Georgia. He moved to Florida at the age of 16. About a year later, he met Debbie, a Florida native. They were married in 1976. Immediately after his call to preach, Tony began to pursue an education in Theology and Christian Ed. He earned his degree at Fl. Bapt. College where he graduated with honors, was president of the student body, sang tenor with the student quartet as they travelled the state, and served in several other leadership positions. While in Central Fl., Tony served as Youth and Choir Director before assuming a pastorate. Debbie also furthered her education, earning a B.A. in Childhood Ed. She has taught kindergarten through third grade since just a few years after their marriage. They have two grown children and four grandchildren.
We at Ivy Log invite you to join us for our Sunday morning worship. You'll feel the warmth of genuine hospitality. Our music is mostly traditional, touching the hearts of young and old in a joyful, worshipful manner. Concerning the message, it is our prayerful desire that God's Word preached would lead someone to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and that we who know Him would be challenged to a closer walk with Him.
Hope to see you Sunday !
Anthony Roesch , Youth Pastor
Anthony and his wife Elizabeth joined our staff March 12th 2017.They have 4 girls, Shelby who is 10,Madelynn is 8,Oliva is 7and Ellie is 4. Anthony is originally from Minnesota and met Elizabeth at Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny Iowa in 2002.They were married in August of 2006 and soon after began ministry together.
We want to invite you to join us at Ivy Log Baptist Church and be part of our growing youth program where we have something different to offer all ages. Our children's church(ages 6-11)meets Sunday morning where they learn fundamental Biblical Truths with Interactive lessons followed by exciting games. Sunday nights our teen group(ages 12 and up), and our children's group(ages6-11),meet separately and enjoy a time of fellowship with a short devotional, snack and outrageous games. Activities for both groups monthly. Our youth are our future leaders, we look forward to ministering to you and your family.