Every minister and every church faces times of transition. Churches need leaders. Ministers need places to lead. How do the two groups meet? What are the trends in the "church search?" What are the best practices for the 21st-century free church, such as Baptists?
Seth began as CBFNC Church Engagement Coordinator on June 1, 2017. The responsibilities of this new part-time position include leadership of the Ministerial Transitions Team, Reference and Referral program, and a focus on strengthening relationships with local congregations.
After a 13-year career in church music, the pursuit of a new ministerial calling led Seth and his family to North Carolina, where he enrolled at Wake Forest School of Divinity. While at Wake Forest, Seth was a CBFNC Lolly Scholar. Seth has completed Intentional Interim Pastor Training (Phase 1 and 2) through the Center for Congregational Health, and the S.T.E.P. Interim Ministry training through the Center for Healthy Churches.