Meet the Staff
TODD ROBERTSON - ASSOCIATIONAL MISSION STRATEGIST
The Louisville Regional Baptist Association called Todd Robertson as Director of Missions in October 2016. He assumed his duties with LRBA on December 1st of that same year.
Throughout his ministry years, Todd has always had a heart for and served in the local association. During his years in Louisville, he has volunteered, served a term as Moderator, and served on staff at LRBA. It’s clear that he loves this city and is committed to the work of the churches of this association.
Rev. Robertson served as pastor of Bethany Baptist Church for three years. Todd and his wife, Kim, were blessed to serve as North American missionaries from 2002 to 2005. During those 3 ½ years he also was the Missions Strategist for LRBA. In May 2005, he served as Associate Pastor of Missions at Walnut Street Baptist Church. In 2009, Walnut Street sent him out as a church planter, which led to the establishment of Antioch Church in the south end of Louisville.
Todd and Kim have three sons, Alec, and twins Nathan and Nicholas. Alec is a graduate of the University of Louisville. Nathan is a graduate of Cedarville University in Ohio. Nicholas has a rare genetic disorder, Angelman Syndrome, which has severely limited his development, but not his happiness. He is a graduate of Butler Traditional High School. Kim is an exemplary mom and also works in a school cafeteria and keeps everyone in line. Todd just tries to keep up!
JUSTIN COMPTON - CHURCH PLANTING STRATEGIST
Justin joined the LRBA team on February 4, 2019. He is married to Laura and has four daughters: Addie, Audrey, Anna, and Anita and a foster son in the adoption process. Justin is the lead pastor of Redemption Hill Baptist Church (an LRBA member church) in Spencer County. Justin and his family live in Jeffersontown. He has already been active in the association serving as a member of the Church Planting Team and as a member of the Executive Board. Justin has also served as a Case Manager for Re:Center Ministries (formerly Louisville Rescue Mission) and as a Church Planting Coach with the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
He is a strong leader, marked by wisdom, and committed to helping LRBA see new churches planted and replanted.
Justin works in conjunction with the Church Planting Team and the Associational Mission Strategist. He and the team will continue to explore the transition from a focus solely on traditional church planting to also encompass church replanting.
RALPH NEAL - CHURCH REVITALIZATION STRATEGIST
Ralph joined the LRBA Staff on January 4, 2021.
He comes to us from a pastorate in Millington, TN. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in the area of Church Revitalization.
A graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ralph has both a Masters of Divinity in Missions, Evangelism, and Church Growth, and a Doctorate in Missions and Evangelism.
He and his wife, Janet, have been married for 35 years. They have three adult children
Ralph works with the Associational Missions Strategist and the LRBA Church Revitalization Team. He serves as a catalyst in creating an associational culture that is passionate about and engaged in supporting church health, vitality, and multiplication. He works in conjunction with the Church Revitalization Team to help develop and implement effective church revitalization strategies, helping them to regain health and vitality.
CAROLYN GREY - DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
Carolyn has worked for the association since 1996.
She is responsible for providing accurate financial and bookkeeping services for the association. She deals with accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll. She maintains the Revenue/Loss reports and Balance sheets. These reports are presented to the Finance Committee during their monthly meetings.
CHRISTINA VINCENT - MINISTRY ASSISTANT
Christina is originally from Louisville, KY. She is a cum laude graduate of Cumberland College with a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education/English. Her minor was in Vocal Performance. She has been with LRBA since 1997.