Texas Baptist Men


Mickey Lenamon

Executive Director
5351 Catron Dr
Dallas, Texas 75227

As part of a mission-oriented family that was involved in all aspects of Baptist church life, Mickey Lenamon has been involved with Texas Baptist Men since its formation in 1967 when his dad, Joe, was a founding member, and his mom, Tomi, led young girls in their church.

In March 2006 Mickey became a full-time employee of TBM as the Director of Resource Development in which he served until January 2008 when he added Associate Executive Director to his responsibilities. Mickey was named Executive Director of TBM in January 2016 and continues to serve in that capacity leading the vision and work of TBM’s various ministries.

Mickey spent a lot of time volunteering with and leading parts of TBM before becoming an employee. Mickey was actively involved as a volunteer as a Royal Ambassador State Staffer and Team Leader, as a TBM Young Men’s staffer assigned to Minnesota and Wisconsin, as a member of the TBM Finance Committee, and as Vice President for TBM Baptist Young Men.

Mickey grew up in Fort Worth, Texas, and attended Texas A&M University. After graduating, he worked in Texas and Arizona in the financial planning business sector.  He married Sallie in 1988 and they have two sons, Ryan and Parker.

His leadership and direction are evident in the impactful and expanding ministries of Texas Baptist Men as they seek to share the love of Christ with the world.

Keith Mack

Children and Youth Mission and Ministry Consultant
(State Royal Ambassadors & Challengers Director)
5351 Catron, Dallas, Texas 75227
(214) 275-1123 office



Keith has been active in the leadership of Royal Ambassadors and Texas Baptist Men since 1983. Keith was employed as a Communications Technician from 1978 until 1990. He served as an Associate Family Teacher with Lena Pope Home children's home for seven years working with troubled youth while attending Southwestern Seminary. Keith was employed by Southwestern Seminary as a Communications Technician from 1995 until 1999. In June of 1999, Keith began serving as the Children and Youth Mission and Ministry Consultant (State Royal Ambassadors & Challengers Director) for Texas Baptist Men.

Interest and Activities:
Keith enjoys a wide variety of outdoor pursuits such as hunting, fishing and camping in addition to recreational activities and games. He has participated in the leadership of several summer camps each year since 1983 that are designed to minister to the needs and interest of male campers that range from 6-18 years of age. Keith enjoys playing a variety of games is well known for his appreciation of playing "42" (dominoes) and welcomes the opportunity to learn from the masters of the game.

Ministry Assignments:
Personal Information:
  • Married to: Robin Felecia Mack
  • Children: Misty Dawn & Stormy Breeze
  • Undergraduate - UHK
  • Master of Arts in Religious Education - Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary


Roy Stanford
Director of Donor Advising
5351 Catron Dr
Dallas, TX 75227
Office: 214-275-1142


Roy is interested in hearing how the Lord is leading you to become involved in the ministries of TBM.
Roy began volunteering with Texas Baptist Men's Agriculture Missions Ministry in 2008, using his expertise in agricultural systems to minister to hungry people in India, Brazil and Venezuela. Roy is inspired by individuals who are using their talents to help others, meet practical needs, and build relationships as they share the love of Jesus Christ. 
Roy received his agriculture, biology, and business training at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas and at Texas A&M University in College Station. 
As a long-time donor and member of TBM's development staff since 2014, Roy appreciates "visiting folks in small towns and large towns to see TBM's mission in action." "I enjoy connecting with life groups and Sunday School classes, Woman's Missionary Union groups, and congregations who participate in the 18 ministries of TBM. There truly is something to bless volunteers at every age and stage."