Mission

Our mission is to bring glory to God (1 Cor 10:31) by obeying the commission of His Son, Jesus Christ, to make disciples of all nations (Matt 28:19), namely, to evangelize, to establish the saints in the faith, to equip the saints to do the work of ministry, and to expand the church locally and abroad by the power of the Holy Spirit.


evangelize

We aim to evangelize unbelievers by proclaiming the gospel to friends, family, and others in our circles of influence. New believers are incorporated into the church body through water baptism.

establish

We establish the saints in the faith through biblical exposition of the scriptures, bible studies, and Sunday school. This element of our mission is designed to allow believers to move beyond simply knowing they have faith and into a deeper understanding of what they have faith in. 

equip

We strive to equip the saints to do the work of ministry and train men for leadership through spiritual gift assessment and church based discipleship. Our mission is to give the saints the tools they need to not only be served by the ministry but also to serve in the ministry.  

expand

The goal of evangelizing, establishing, and equipping is the expansion of Christ’s church, both locally and abroad. This involves planting new churches in our local area and coming alongside other churches both locally and abroad in aid and fellowship.

STAFF


Jerry Willman | Elder   Jerry has served as the full-time Pastor-Teacher of CBC since May of 1972 when he founded Community Bible Church with his family and five others. Prior to attending Dallas Theological Seminary, Jerry was an aerospace engineer with the Lockheed-Georgia Company. Jerry and his wife, Maxine, have three grown children and spouses, eleven grandchildren, and fourteen great-grandchildren.  The primary focuses of Jerry's ministry at CBC are teaching and church-based leadership training. 

Jerry Willman | Elder

Jerry has served as the full-time Pastor-Teacher of CBC since May of 1972 when he founded Community Bible Church with his family and five others. Prior to attending Dallas Theological Seminary, Jerry was an aerospace engineer with the Lockheed-Georgia Company. Jerry and his wife, Maxine, have three grown children and spouses, eleven grandchildren, and fourteen great-grandchildren.

The primary focuses of Jerry's ministry at CBC are teaching and church-based leadership training. 

Dave Wolf | Elder   Dave and his wife, Terry, joined Community Bible Church in 1978 after moving from Florida. Two of their children and seven of their eight grandchildren live nearby and are also active at CBC. Their youngest son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter live in Nashville TN. Dave is a veterinarian and was the owner of Smyrna Animal Hospital for 25 years.   Dave’s ministries involve visitor welcome, discipleship, general pastoral care and adult Sunday school. In addition, Dave leads Community Veterinary Care (CVC), an outreach ministry. CVC serves pets and owners in need in our community by helping sick and injured pets whose owners are in severe financial hardship.  The CVC converted RV and volunteers are in our parking lot on Saturday mornings helping these very grateful owners and openly sharing the love of Christ in both deed and word.  

Dave Wolf | Elder

Dave and his wife, Terry, joined Community Bible Church in 1978 after moving from Florida. Two of their children and seven of their eight grandchildren live nearby and are also active at CBC. Their youngest son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter live in Nashville TN. Dave is a veterinarian and was the owner of Smyrna Animal Hospital for 25 years. 

Dave’s ministries involve visitor welcome, discipleship, general pastoral care and adult Sunday school. In addition, Dave leads Community Veterinary Care (CVC), an outreach ministry. CVC serves pets and owners in need in our community by helping sick and injured pets whose owners are in severe financial hardship.

The CVC converted RV and volunteers are in our parking lot on Saturday mornings helping these very grateful owners and openly sharing the love of Christ in both deed and word.
 

Pat Pieters | Elder   Pat joined the ministry of CBC in 1989. He has served as an elder since February 1997. Pat is now retired from his position as a learning consultant at IBM, and has started a new business as an independent learning consultant with Pieters Consulting, Inc.   His primary focus at CBC is overseas missions. Pat serves as the team leader in our mission work with churches in Romania, Liberia, and Guatemala.   Pat and his wife Barbara live in Marietta, GA. Pat's oldest daughter and husband with their seven children live in Amarillo, TX. His second daughter and her husband and their two children live in Cumming, GA  

Pat Pieters | Elder

Pat joined the ministry of CBC in 1989. He has served as an elder since February 1997. Pat is now retired from his position as a learning consultant at IBM, and has started a new business as an independent learning consultant with Pieters Consulting, Inc. 

His primary focus at CBC is overseas missions. Pat serves as the team leader in our mission work with churches in Romania, Liberia, and Guatemala. 

Pat and his wife Barbara live in Marietta, GA. Pat's oldest daughter and husband with their seven children live in Amarillo, TX. His second daughter and her husband and their two children live in Cumming, GA
 

 
 
Doug Willman | Elder   Doug has been a member of CBC since its founding in 1972. Doug and his wife, Kim, met while attending Taylor University, and were married in 1982. God has provided for their financial needs through Doug’s employment in the investment department of a life insurance company where Doug specializes in commercial real estate investments.   Doug and Kim are parents of four children and grandparents to eight grandchildren. They homeschooled their children through eighth grade before enrolling them in various Christian schools. Their children and grandchildren all live in the Atlanta area and are members of CBC.  Doug and Kim are passionate about the family and seek to encourage other families to accept their God given roles in raising up the next generation as disciples of Jesus Christ. They have been involved in children’s ministries at CBC throughout their marriage and are currently leading the High School ministry program.  

Doug Willman | Elder

Doug has been a member of CBC since its founding in 1972. Doug and his wife, Kim, met while attending Taylor University, and were married in 1982. God has provided for their financial needs through Doug’s employment in the investment department of a life insurance company where Doug specializes in commercial real estate investments. 

Doug and Kim are parents of four children and grandparents to eight grandchildren. They homeschooled their children through eighth grade before enrolling them in various Christian schools. Their children and grandchildren all live in the Atlanta area and are members of CBC.

Doug and Kim are passionate about the family and seek to encourage other families to accept their God given roles in raising up the next generation as disciples of Jesus Christ. They have been involved in children’s ministries at CBC throughout their marriage and are currently leading the High School ministry program.
 

Roger Sealock | Director of Children's and Family Ministries   Roger serves as the Director of Children and Family Ministry at Community Bible Church and has been involved in the educational ministries of various churches as a volunteer for over twenty-five years. He is passionate to see the lives of other people transformed by the gospel.  In conjunction with his love for family ministry, Roger is involved in biblical counseling, is a certified health coach, holds a master’s degree in educational psychology, and is pursuing his certification as a biblical counselor through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.    Roger and his wife, Laurie, have one son, Connor, who is married to the former Hannah Faith Kemp. He is a fitness enthusiast, loves “playing in the dirt” (planting flowers), considers himself a lifelong learner, and enjoys just being with Laurie, his best friend and confidant of 33 years.

Roger Sealock | Director of Children's and Family Ministries

Roger serves as the Director of Children and Family Ministry at Community Bible Church and has been involved in the educational ministries of various churches as a volunteer for over twenty-five years. He is passionate to see the lives of other people transformed by the gospel.

In conjunction with his love for family ministry, Roger is involved in biblical counseling, is a certified health coach, holds a master’s degree in educational psychology, and is pursuing his certification as a biblical counselor through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.
  
Roger and his wife, Laurie, have one son, Connor, who is married to the former Hannah Faith Kemp. He is a fitness enthusiast, loves “playing in the dirt” (planting flowers), considers himself a lifelong learner, and enjoys just being with Laurie, his best friend and confidant of 33 years.