B.H. Carroll Theological Institute

Around the State: Institute creates alumni group

B.H. Carroll Theological Institute has created an alumni association with 67 charter members. For more information, contact Gene Wilkes, vice president for advancement, by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Bob Brooks has returned to Dallas Baptist University to serve as dean of the graduate school of ministry. He previously held three other dean-level positions at DBU, and he was dean of the College of Fine Arts at Hardin-Simmons University. He is a member of Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas.

Buckner Retirement Services  hired Jordan Lovelady as a financial analyst and Terri Wimberly as hospice revenue cycle manager.

Ricky and Amy Board of Fort Worth, graduates of Howard Payne University, are in Thailand this summer, teaching and developing a community health worker training program. He also works with a Thai Christian school to incorporate technology tools into classrooms.


Tommy Stogner, 10th, as pastor of Oakville Baptist Church in Oakville, July 1.


Gains Gardner as associate pastor at First Baptist Church in Rockport. He served the congregation seven years and was in ministry 10 years. He first served as associate pastor at Allen Heights Baptist Church in Allen, where he was ordained to the ministry. He also has served as a hospice chaplain. He and his wife, Mary, will live in Garland.


Justin Burkleo to the ministry at College Hills Baptist Church in San Angelo.

Jim Vogt as a deacon at First Baptist Church in Taft.

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