The TN Christian Chamber of Commerce serves Middle Tennesee – Davidson, Williamson, Sumner, Rutherford and Wilson counties.
To share the values, disciplines and love of Christ in the workforce through fellowship, service, and education.
The Tennessee Christian Chamber of Commerce is a faith-based organization with the sole purpose of advancing common business interests by transforming the economic and spiritual climate of the business community, invoking the principles of faith at work, and by providing resources for professional and spiritual development, improving business practices and equipping Christian professionals to affect change in the marketplace for Jesus Christ.
STATEMENT OF FAITH
- I accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior.
- I desire to live my life and conduct my business for His glory and purpose.
- I pledge to conduct myself and my business in a Christ-like manner.
- I believe there is one God existing in three persons – the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
- I believe the Bible is the Word of God, fully-inspired and without error.
- I believe in divine creation, that man was created by the direct act of God and in the image of God.
- I believe that all men are born in sin.
- I believe in His power to save men from sin.
- I believe Jesus Christ is God’s only begotten Son, conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary.
- I believe Jesus Christ had a sinless life, believe in his miracles and teachings, believe in the resurrection of his body from the tomb, His ascension to Heaven, and that He is personally coming again.
- I believe that salvation is by grace, through faith in the atoning blood of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
- I believe in the necessity of the New Birth, and this New Birth is through the regeneration of the Holy Spirit.
- I believe Jesus Christ baptizes the believer with the Holy Spirit and empowers them for service.
- I believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Board of Directors
Kevin Anderson’s formative years were spent on a dairy farm in rural Middle Tennessee where
the field was the place where the food was grown for the largest contributors to the Anderson
family’s livelihood, the dairy cattle. He learned the importance of the preparation of the ground,
the planting of the right seed and ultimately, patience.
After coming to know Christ in high school, Kevin went on to college and the book-field, selling
books door-to-door for Varsity Corporation/Thomas Nelson, in the Texas heat. This field made
him the man he is and the seeds of a career were planted.
Kevin moved on to the retail field where he learned how to cultivate profits by increasing
customer satisfaction and cutting expenses. He began learning the importance of pouring into
people and “raising up” leaders, and met his wife of 27 years, Stephanie. Together they began
growing children-two boys, two girls and four beautiful grandchildren to add to the crop!
The next natural step is where Kevin finds himself today. Over the last 23 years Kevin has
consulted numerous business owners, hired and trained several high-performance sales
leaders, launched two radio stations, coached hundreds of entrepreneurs and is now the proud
leader of a team of marketing consultants, radio and publishing professionals where he holds
the dual position of General Sales Manager and General Manager.
Ben is a graduate of Columbia International University in South Carolina where he received his
B.S. in Bible and a B.S. in Church Ministries. As a Loan Originator he is passionate about
service. “Purchasing a home will be one of the largest purchases you will ever make in your life.
I want to be the one to make this process as smooth as possible. The level of customer service I
offer is the one component of the mortgage journey I can control and I take that very seriously.
Having been a customer of iServe Residential Lending I can summarize that experience in 5
words – “They took care of me.” While mortgages is his career, his passion is teaching the Bible
and evangelism and he volunteers in arenas that allow him to pursue those passions.
When he is not working on mortgage loans he enjoys spending time with his wife, watching
soccer, and hockey. Ben has been involved with the Chamber since its founding and has fond
memories of those early days. He and his wife have 5 daughters, all of whom he is very proud.
Chris Clunan has been a Benefits Advisor with Aflac for over 13 years after a 5 year career as a project manager with AT&T. He enjoys assisting employers and individual families and sees it as a ministry to help his clients financially while recovering from an injury or catastrophic illness.
He received his BS in Accounting at Tennessee Wesleyan College where he played soccer and football. Chris is also a soccer official at many levels from youth to adult and also coaches high school girls soccer at Independence HS and boys soccer at Summit HS. He is very active as an Ambassador and former Board Member of the Spring Hill Chamber.
He has been on multiple mission trips including two international trips to Nicaragua. Chris lives in Thompson’s Station, TN with his beautiful wife Ginny and son Jordan.
Chris Griffin, CPA, ABV, CFF, is the Tax Director at Blankenship CPA Group, PLLC. He performs business valuation, tax, audit and client services. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Middle Tennessee State University. In addition to the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation, Chris holds an Accredited Business Valuation (ABV) certification from the AICPA and also holds a Certified Financial Forensics (CFF) credential. Prior to joining the firm in 1996, Chris had six years of experience as a field auditor for the Internal Revenue Service. Chris provides business valuation, tax, audit, accounting and consulting services to individuals, businesses and not-for-profit organizations, with special emphasis in corporate and partnership taxation, broadcasting, real estate, construction, manufacturing, community banks, churches, business associations and other tax exempt organizations. Chris was admitted as a partner in the firm in January 1999. Memberships include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Tennessee Bankers Association.
Darrell Darnauer’s focus has been marketplace ministry for decades and is passionate about seeing how God uses Christians to revolutionize lives in the marketplace of business and commerce through seeing people come to a relationship with Christ as their savior and live out their faith in the marketplace. Since joining the Chamber in 2010, Darrell has been excited to see how his life and values are aligned with the Tennessee Christian Chamber of Commerce, first serving as an ambassador for the Chamber and then joining the board in 2018. Darrell is an independent representative for Primerica Financial Services and says the company has impacted his family tree financially. He and his wife Debbie work the business together, and their goal is to open more offices in Middle Tennessee. Their passions are in prayer, evangelism, discipleship, and leadership development.
A native Nashvillian and former corporate America statistic, Debbie found her calling in 1994 as an entrepreneur. It was by default, not design, that she discovered the non-traditional way of earning a salary through the business model known as “network marketing”. Because supplemental income was a necessity in ’94 to offset a child’s college tuition, little did Debbie know that in 1999 she would forego tradition by working from home as a full-time entrepreneur.
Selling was never an attraction for her but Debbie’s love of people meant she was extremely qualified to share information with others if she believed her knowledge would be beneficial to them. Throughout her years as a “Hope Broker,” Debbie has put relationships first and the sale second or, many times, non-existent.
In 2011 Debbie entered into a distributorship with a company called It Works Global, known in 22 countries for its signature product, the Ultimate Body Applicator (aka the Crazy Wrap Thing). Today the company represents a complete line of plant-based, health and wellness products ranging from essential oils, weight loss, colon cleanse, protein shakes, skincare and keto-based.
Though a top leader with her company and a product of her products, Debbie is all about information being given about how finding the right multi-vitamin or alkalizing powder can be life changing. Her goal is to equip you with supplement knowledge for your personal research and due diligence.
Greg has held many diverse (and sometimes overlapping) roles throughout his long career: Episcopal priest, pastoral counselor, adjunct professor, Navy Chaplain, corporate trainer, community engagement leader, as well as holding various sales and marketing positions within Fortune 500 companies. He grew up working with his dad and grandfather in the family’s hardware store in Stillwater, Minnesota (a small farming community). He holds degrees from the University of Minnesota, Yale University, and Luther Seminary.
His passion is baseball, from playing, to watching, to writing about it. His children’s book, Betsy’s Day at the Game, illustrated by Disney illustrator Katherine Blackmore, is a Mom’s Choice (Gold) Award-winning book. His second book, Swing for the Fences: Show up, Dig in, Suck less, is off to a great start – having just been published a few months ago. (Both are available for sale today – you may want to edit this in some fashion).
Greg and his wife of 43 years, Sally, moved to Nashville a little over two years ago to form a three-generation family. They live under one roof with their daughter, son-in-law, two children, three cats and a German Shepherd the size of a small truck in Bellevue on land that was once used for rescuing horses. This is their 23rd address. Son, Peter, and his family live in Boston. Sally is a full-time Mormor, a Swedish word for “grandmother;” Greg recently retired from the corporate world.
Through the years, Greg has witnessed people struggle with a need to be perfect. Striving to “measure up,” “be good enough,” or “deserve” their accomplishments has created a sense of shame in many people. Bringing out the best in others and helping them become the people they already are in the eyes of God is central to his life’s mission as well as essential for overcoming toxic shame. He hopes that his latest book and speaking will enable people to recover their identity as a child of God and live healthier, happier lives.
Jeff Boynton serves on the TN Christian Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors as Secretary. He has been a member of the Chamber since 2009 and on the Board since 2015. Jeff is the Executive Director of CommuniServe a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to serving US Veterans and other heroes in middle TN who require home care but cannot afford it. He is a graduate of Radford University and has spent over twenty years starting and building businesses in the Information Technology and Healthcare industries. He and his wife Karen live in East Nashville where they enjoy neighborhood culture and coffee shops.
After 18 years as a Retail Sales Manager/District Manager I traded my career in for “the good life”. Choosing to be a stay-at-home mom to my son Jake (now a tween). During that time period I was introduced to the Tennessee Christian Chamber of Commerce of which I have been a supporting member since 2010. My passion for the organization has led me to serve in various roles.
I currently serve as the Tennessee Christian Chamber of Commerce Membership Director. In addition to this role I am also a full time Real Estate Professional with The Wilson Group Real Estate Services. I have a true passion for serving others and building relationships with clients and chamber members. I am motivated and inspired by being around people, so I’m always pleased to make new connections. Feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org anytime. Talk to you soon!
Moren Adenubi is an active member of her church, where she serves both on the finance committee & as a Life group leader. Moren is single & a gifted Speaker, Coach & Trainer who loves to travel.
She has been a real estate practitioner in Nashville, TN metropolitan area for over 2 decades & is one of the most designated Realtors in the country. She is an approved real estate instructor as well as a licensed Broker in the State of TN.
She practices in the areas of real estate investments, foreclosure sales, property management, residential, commercial and real estate consultation. She is the owner of Crown Realty Homes in Goodlettsville, TN. Moren ranks in the top 1% of residential Realtors in the United States for both sales volume & number of transactions.
Scott Maulsby is the Sales Manager for Bott Radio Network in Nashville. His career started with a paper route at the age of 12 and a lawn business with 3 employees when he was 16. After college years at Virginia Tech he climbed the ranks of Fortune 100 companies but only after the transforming grace of Jesus took over. Scott is married to Carrie who home schools their 3 children (6,5,4) while their older daughters (22, 21) live in Florida. Scott is active in the foster/adoptive community and leads the Shepherd Team at his church in Lebanon, TN.
Robert is the Owner and Publisher of the Nashville Christian Family Magazine. He has been in and around the printing and advertising industry for many years. He was born in Louisville, KY and has lived in Texas, Alabama and now resides in Spring Hill with his wife and two cats, Rocky and FE. He was raised in a strong Christian family, his father was a Southern Baptist minister prior to going into the field of education, teaching at the University of Alabama for many years. Robert and his wife attend and are active in The Church At Station Hill, the Spring Hill campus of Brentwood Baptist. He and his wife enjoy spending time with children and grandchildren and being outdoors. Robert strives to honor the Lord with his work and to bring the Good News of the Gospel and other relevant content to the Christian and non-Christian communities through his monthly publication.