James Morrow, MBA , Vice President, MBCH Foundation
James Morrow joined the staff of the MBCH Foundation in January 2008 as our Development Officer (DO) for East and Northeast Missouri. In July of 2015 he began serving as Foundation Services Manager, and on July 1, 2016, James took on the role of Vice President of MBCH Foundation. In this position James is responsible for managing MBCH Foundation staff including our four regional representatives that work with local churches, pastors and MBCH donors. Additionally, he oversees the areas of special events, tax credit administration, deferred giving and grant writing.
James and his staff make group presentations and presentations to individuals sharing the ministry challenges and opportunities of the Children's Home and showing both groups and individuals how they can be personally involved in this vital ministry to children. James is trained to lead Christian Stewardship Seminars and can meet with individuals to help them find answers to their questions and solutions to meeting their planning objectives.
James received a B.A. in Bible from Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, Missouri in 2005, in 2010 he earned his MBA from William Woods University, and is currently working on his MTS (Master of Theological Studies) from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served as pastor to First Baptist Church of Climax Springs, Missouri for 2 years and was employed with the March of Dimes Foundation, Ozark Division, in Springfield, Missouri.
James and his wife, Danielle were married on June 18th, 2005, and have one son, Patrick Evan, and two daughters, Jamie Grace and Kierlin Marie.