The Rev. Victor James Stansbury is celebrating 30 years of serving Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church.
Stansbury was born Sept. 2, 1945, in Nelson County, Ky. He preached his first sermon when he was just 16 years old. He graduated from My Old Kentucky Home High School in June 1963, from Berea College in January 1968 and from Southern Seminary in June 1972.
Before coming to Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church in November 1980, Stansbury was the pastor of churches in Madison, Henry and Spencer counties. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Campbellsville University in Biblical studies the past several years. He presently serves as moderator of the Central Association of Kentucky Baptists.
He and his wife, Joan Kay Call Stansbury, have three children, Vickie, Chris and Jon.
In addition to working full-time with campus ministries at Campbellsville University, Mrs. Stansbury has served as director of vacation Bible school, hanging of the greens, mission trips and many other church functions.
Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church has members from Marion and Taylor counties and belongs to the Central Association of Kentucky Baptists, which encompasses Washington County.
For more information about Stansbury or the history of Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church, visit the church’s website at http://www.muldraughhill.org/.