This is a  staff list for Farmer Christian Academy in Farmer/Asheboro, NC

(aka C & M Ministries, Inc.)

(we are working to acquire the complete records for ALL years)




We advise current and/or former staff to report any abuses you may have witnessed while working at Farmer Christian Academy.  For information on your rights and how to take action, visit you were fired or forced to resign because you opposed any illegal and/or unethical practices at Farmer Christian Academy, you have the right to take action.


If you were harmed (family or survivor) by Farmer Christian Academy, please contact if you remember the long-term employees and from which years.This will help!†  Also, if you recognize any of these staff as having worked at another program, please send in any information about their past or present employment at other facilities and/or cults.



Please donít place your loved one in Farmer Christian Academy and rescue them if they are there now. 




Additional Information
Jimmie M. Clark Founder Clark formerly worked for New Beginnings in Florida.  New Beginnings is a confirmedly abusive program.  Clark is not a licensed mental health nor medical professional in NC.  Sources:,,,,, and  HEAL requires Clark's full first, middle, and last to verify whether Clark is a licensed educator in NC.
Karla Clark Founder Clark is not a licensed mental health nor medical professional in NC.  Sources:,,,,, and HEAL requires Clark's full first, middle, and last to verify whether Clark is a licensed educator in NC.
Todd M. Clark Consultant Director of Behavioral Health at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC.  Todd Michael Clark is a licensed counselor in NC and has been since 1996.  His license ID # is 2636 and you can report him to the authorities here:   As many know, the abuse of elderly is also common in their rest homes and facilities.  It is elderly patients that Clark treats in an institutional setting.  Source:
C & M Ministries did not file their tax returns in 2010.  The last recorded filing was in June, 2009.

Farmer Christian Academy's website is down.  And, the phone goes to voice-mail where the outgoing message tells callers to visit the website which is down.  This program may be closing.


We checked this again in November, 2015.  The site is up.  The program filed taxes in 2012, 2013, and 2014.  And, it currently claims 9 students and 2 staff.  See below for more information.  This program is still open.

This program is associated/affiliated with the abusive Roloff Homes.

This program is also affiliated with:

Love Valley Baptist Church in Kings Mountain, NC

Temple Baptist Church in Laurens, SC

Victory Baptist Church in Baytown, TX

New Hope Baptist Church in Leesville, GA

Diamond Springs Baptist Church in Virginia Beach, VA

Antioch Baptist Church in Harlem, GA

Koolau Baptist Church in Kaneohe, HI

(Farmer Christian Academy, like many other programs in this industry, keeps a "tight lid" on any specific information regarding their staff, qualifications, and practices.  Please contact us with the names of any staff of which you have firsthand knowledge or experience.  Thank you for your help.)
C & M Ministries is similar to ABM Ministries as both are involved with the Independent Baptist Churches.  We are in the process of reviewing the enrollment materials for C & M Ministries/Farmer Christian Academy.  In the meantime, you may find it useful to compare the C & M/Farmer agreement to the ABM Ministries contract review.
"[Jimmie] Clark explained that he is the founder and president of the Farmer Christian Academy. Clark said William Joseph McNamara, Wiley B. Cameron, Sr., and Ben Wesley Mayo are the directors. Clark said the purpose of the project is to provide a boarding academy for girls at the Old Farmer School. Clark said the Christian academy will care for abused, abandoned, neglected, and medically needy children and troubled teenagers. Clark said there are four progressive areas that produce results in the students at Farmer Christian Academy: spiritual, educational, physical, and emotional. Clark discussed the academy that they operate in Florida and its success. Clark provided several pictures of the Florida academy. Clark described the site plan of this proposed academy."
It looks like New Beginnings in FL. that was closed has moved to Farmer NC.
Farmer Christian Academy claims a total of 2 staff in all public records and a total of 9 "students" living at their "boarding school".  Source:   Farmer Christian Academy is not considered a "Conventional Private School" and therefore is registered without being held accountable for academic and child care standards.  There is absolutely no regulation of this program by any proper authority which puts the kids in harm's way due to lack of any viable oversight.  Source:  Farmer Christian Academy is not a licensed mental health facility/provider.  Source:  Other programs that advertise similar behavioral health services are licensed in NC.  Even the ones on our watch-list, with the exception of Farmer and one other facility.  Clark claims donations are tax-deductible here:  This program averages a total income of approximately $500-600,000 per year.  Source:  In our opinion, split that between the two people who are the sole employees and proprietors and are themselves married to each other, and what you have is a giant scam that defrauds families while robbing children of their youth and a proper education that will prepare them for a productive and successful life. 
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UPDATE: On February 12th, 2020 HEAL Mission volunteers seeking to contact the academy found it to be closed.  The phone number is disconnected.  If you believe this program is still open, please e-mail with the info.  Thank you. 


 Last Updated: February 12th, 2020

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