CBF/GA is pleased to announce that Megan Turner Doud became the CBF/GA Coordinator of Young Baptist Ministries, effective February 1, 2021.
The search committee and Coordinating Council believe that Megan’s ministerial acumen, deep-rooted connectedness in CBF life, her engaging personality, and her wholehearted commitment to the Gospel will greatly benefit CBF/GA in this new position. Megan is tasked with developing and leading a CBF/GA-branded collegiate ministry as well connecting other collegiate and young adult congregational ministries with partner congregations in CBF/GA. She will coordinate, resource, and support ministries, ministers, and programming for both youth and children among our state congregational partners as well.
Megan, Brian, and their daughter Caroline will move to Macon this summer from Aiken, South Carolina, where she served as Minister for Students and Missions at First Baptist Church. She previously served as Student Ministry Resident at First Baptist Church, Huntsville, Alabama. Megan has a Master of Divinity degree from McAfee School of Theology and served as Student and Children’s Ministry intern at Johns Creek Baptist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, where she was ordained.
She graduated from Carson Newman University and grew up in First Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tennessee. Megan has served on the Coordinating Council for CBF South Carolina, is past president of the CBF Youth Ministry Network, and currently serves on the CBF Ministries Council.
Student.Church provides congregational internships to students who are interested in a deeper experience of church life or pursuing a call to ministry.
Interns are mentored by seasoned ministers as they explore the breadth of congregational ministry through a variety of learning experiences.
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the plans for summer student programs for 2021 are still in process. Jody Long will share information about these programs with CBF/GA pastors as it becomes available.
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