Pastors & Staff

Kenny Mossman


Kenny Mossman was called as pastor on Feb. 1, 2022, after serving more than a year as interim pastor at First Baptist Carnegie. He entered the pastorate after a career in athletics administration at three NCAA Division I universities. He concluded his work in athletics with 20 years at the University of Oklahoma, where he supervised the department's external operations.
Kenny was ordained for ministry at his former church, Emmaus Baptist Church in Oklahoma City. He has preached at and spoken at numerous churches and Christian events in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. In addition, he has chaired the Oklahoma Baptist ERLC committee and twice chaired the state board for the Oklahoma Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 
While at OU, Kenny taught a course in sports public relations and received the Gaylord College of Journalism's inaugural David Kelso Award as the outstanding adjunct faculty member in 2021. He holds an undergraduate degree from Southwestern (Kan.) College, where he also played basketball and is a member of the athletics hall of fame, and a master's degree in communications from Kansas State. He also has begun work on a master of theological studies degree at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Kenny and his wife, Amy, have four children, Scott, Matt, Hannah and Andrew.
  • Bible Passage: "For he has rescued us from the domain of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved Son in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins." Colossians 1:13-14
  • Book (other than the Bible): The Holiness of God, by R.C. Sproul
  • Author: J.I. Packer
  • Hymn: There Is A Fountain
  • Contemporary Christian Song: Glorious Night by Sidewalk Prophets 
  • Teams: Any team my kids are on, Carnegie Wildcats, St. Louis Cardinals, KC Chiefs, Oklahoma Sooners
  • Foods: Onion burgers, ribeye steaks, BBQ
  • Vacation Spot: Orange Beach, Ala.

Joe Bointy

Youth Pastor

Joe Bointy became FBC Carnegie's Youth Director in 2010, but his ties with the church date some 25 years. He began attending the church in the late 1990s when his daughter, Kelsey, was baptized. The family has been here ever since.
In addition to the well-attended weekly services, Joe leads Carnegie's youth to Falls Creek and Super Summer every year, and he is involved on a state level in Baptist youth ministry leadership.
Joe came to Christ at FBC Carnegie after several months in a Sunday School class taught by Victor Wood (now executive pastor Choctaw Road Baptist Church). He was working in manufacturing and retail when he joined the church staff as maintenance director in 2000. That began a trek towards his current position.
Joe began a ministry called Play and Pray that attracted junior high and high school boys for basketball and a devotion. Later, a separate time was added for girls. That ministry blossomed into a 3-on-3 tournament that drew guest speakers and more than 100 attendees. The late Sam Hayworth then recruited Joe to teach in the Royal Ambassadors and to be a youth sponsor. He moved to teaching seventh grade boys under another long-time teacher, the late Red Davis.
Joe's family includes his wife, Cybil, daughter and son-in-law Kelsey and Kyle Autaubo, granddaughters Karsyn and Tynsley Autaubo, grandsons Kyesyn and Jacobi Autaubo, son Keelan and fiance' Jahlyssa Hunter, son Levi and another son, the late Warren Kane Bointy.
Joe is a member of the Carnegie Fire Department. His hobbies include riding motorcycles, playing guitar, golf, hiking, running and spending time with his family. He has fostered a robust youth ministry in Carnegie and our church is blessed to have him on our staff.

Chaz Hurt

Music Director

Chaz Hurt has led the church’s music since 2021. He leads the music worship on Sunday mornings, organizes the music team and coordinates song selection. In addition, he teaches one of the adult Sunday school classes.
Born and raised in Carnegie, Chaz grew up in FBC Carnegie and was saved at the age of 8. He has been serving the Lord in many capacities for several years. While a high school student, he helped reestablish the Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ Huddle at Carnegie HS, and served as president in his senior year.  Prior to taking on his current role at the church, he had led music worship in the youth services and in the Carnegie cabin at Falls Creek.
Chaz graduated with a doctorate degree in Pharmacy from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 2019. While in pharmacy school, he led a weekly Bible study. He also served as president for the Fellowship of Christian Pharmacists for the majority of his three years in graduate school. In 2017, he led worship at the FCP national convention in Colorado Springs.
Chaz, a pharmacist at Liberty Drug in Carnegie, and his wife Kalley, have one son, Everett.  A Bible verse that Chaz cites as inspirational for him is Romans 11:36 (NLT): “For everything comes from Him, exists by His power, and is intended for His glory. All glory to Him forever! Amen.”

Cassie Crumpley


Cassie handles all of the custodial duties for the church and much of its maintenance.