Bo Prosser email

Interim Pastor


Originally from Milledgeville, Georgia, Bo Prosser, EdD, holds two Masters degrees in Theology and in Christian Education from Southern Seminary (Louisville, KY). His Doctoral work in the area of Adult Education is from North Carolina State University where his dissertation focused on the use of humor to teach. Bo has done post-doctoral work at the University of Georgia and Oxford University in Oxford, England.    

An Adult Educator for over 30 years, Bo has been sharing his brand of love and laughter with churches, corporate clients and adult learners all across our country. He has written seven books, over fifty articles and contributed chapters to numerous titles on leadership, creativity, humor and learning. His work with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship takes him across the nation consulting with local congregations and sharing with congregational leaders.

He has taught courses in Christian Education and Congregational Leadership at several seminaries and theological schools across the CBF landscape. His career also includes radio sports announcer, author, singer/songwriter, speaker, motivator and corporate trainer.   

Dr. Prosser joined Providence as Interim Pastor in March 2018 and is actively guiding us through an exciting planning and visioning process. He's married to Gail and they have two adult daughters and two sets of twin grandchildren! In addition to collecting Coca Cola memorabilia and old baseball cards, Bo plays guitar and has performed original songs at the world famous Bluebird Café in Nashville.

David Woody  email

Minister of Faith Development

Woody grew up in the mountains of Asheville, N.C., earned a B.A. in History from Furman University and M.Div. from the Baptist Theological Seminary in Richmond. 

Prior to coming to Charleston, he served as Youth Associate at First Baptist Church, Greenville, SC and as Minister with Youth and Families at Providence Baptist Church, Charlotte, NC. His responsibilities at Providence include Youth, Education, Missions, and "other activities deemed necessary."  

"I love it when people gain an understanding of the gospel or of God in a way that is real and tangible. I try hard to make bridges so that the gap between us and God is as narrow as possible. Some days I succeed and other days people wonder what I tried to do. Regardless, the journey is fun I enjoy walking with people as we all seek a closer relationship with God and with each other."

Woody enjoys cycling, watching and participating in sports, writing, and reading. He is married to Kristen and he loves spending time with his children--Brooks, Blair, Sarah, and Matthew.   

Deanna McBroom  email

Minister of Music 

Deanna McBroom serves as a part of the worship planning team, directs the Adult Choir, and helps to lead worship on a regular basis, supervising the other programs and staff of the music ministry. She has served as the part-time Minister of Music of Providence Baptist Church since its inception in 1995. 

Deanna is also a professional concert/opera singer and has performed nationally and internationally with symphony orchestras and opera companies and in numerous recital appearances for over twenty years. She is a Professor of Music and Director of the Voice Program at The College of Charleston where she teaches studio voice lessons and various music classes. She also sees clients as a singing voice rehabilitation specialist with the Evelyn Trammell Center for Voice and Swallowing at the Medical University of SC. 

Spending time with her family is very important to Deanna. Her husband Scott is a family counselor/minister/spiritual director who is very active in the life of Providence. Being a part of Providence is "the most exciting 'church' she's ever done". The Music Ministry is a vital and significant part of life and worship at Providence. Our talented, supportive, and loving folks make serving here both fun and meaningful!

Pam Brunson


Don Flowers, Jr. 

Former Pastor

Don Flowers served as pastor of Providence Baptist Church from July 1997 to November 2017.  He and his wife, Anita, have moved to Nova Scotia where Don is the pastor of  Port Williams United Baptist Church.