|Rev. A. C. Campbell||Dea. Walker Hall||Bro. Aubry Lofton|
|Sis. Josephine Campbell||Sis. Evelyn Lofton||Rev. A. D. Tyson|
|Sis. Maggie Hall||Rev. Elijah Morris||Sis. Corine Tyson|
|Chairman, Deacon Board||Dea. Walker Hall|
|Chairman, Deaconess Board||Sis. Josephine Campbell|
|Secretary||Sis. Maggie Hall|
|Trustee Board||Bro. Isaiah Lowe|
|Bro. Eddie Marshall|
|Dea. James Toombs|
Pastor Ben Johnson, Jr. and First Lady Helen C. Johnson answered the leadership call of Marshall M. B. Church in November, 1970. Pastor Johnson was elected and installation services held February 15-21, 1971. There was six participating churches and pastors. The elected officers were Deacon Joe Fedrick, Deacon Walker Hall, Deacon Will Farris, Deacon Frank Gray, Deacon Junior Chaney, Deacon Alexander Buchanan, Deacon Ray Goins, Deacon Sam Cleggett and Deacon James Toombs; Church Secretary Sis. Maggie, Financial Secretary Sis. Lovie Overall and Chairman of Deaconess Board Mary Gray.
The church was a small group under the leadership of Pastor Johnson and Sis. Johnson, the church begin go grow; because of the declining condition of the church building the need for a new building was realize. Then after much consideration Marshall . B. Church was rename New Testament Missionary Baptist Church and the name change was recored Hillsborough County March 9, 1979.
On February 17, 1980, groundbreaking service for the new sancturayon Walker Road was held and construction began. The completed sancturay was dedicated on January20, 1985 and the cornerstone was laid April 14, 1985
Over the years, Pastors Johnson and First Lady Johnson proved that they were people willing to work for God. They initiated and motivated the congregation's involvement in association, church civic, and community activities throughout the city. The church ministries were strengthened and continue to carry out the Great Commission.
As we continue to grow in number we saw a need to purchase a van. Through donations and fund raising the church was able to purchase a fifteen (15) passenger van in 1995.
On Sunday, February 5, 1995 First Lady Helen C. Johnson was called to service in heaven and the congreggation as well as the city mourned this great loss. Her legacy continues in many ministry of the church n the Helen C. Johnson scholarship.
The church burned the mortgage in the Spring of 1997, it was completely debt free.
Pastor Johnson continues to deliver God's message and work toward the kingdom-building goal. As a devoted, caring, and compassionate leader, Pastor Johnson calls for congregation, and Christians everywhere, to press toward the mark of the high calling which is in Christ Jesus; until he answered his final call. Pastor Ben Johnson, Jr., served as our pastor for thirty (35) years until his demise on July 30, 2005.