BIRMINGHAM—Zachariah Seanor, a graduate of Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary and former Texas Baptist minister to students, joined the national Woman’s Missionary Union staff as ministry consultant for Royal Ambassadors and Challengers.
Seanor’s responsibilities include growth and development of missions education through the RA program for boys in first through sixth grades and the Challengers program for young men in grades seven through 12.
“We are delighted to welcome Zachariah to our staff,” said Carol Causey, director for WMU’s Missions Resource Center. “His personal knowledge from being raised in RAs, along with his training in education and missions, make him uniquely equipped for this position. We look forward with great anticipation to his contributions.”
Most recently, Seanor was chaplain and interim dean of student life at Live Oak Classical School in Waco.
Previously, he was associate director of student recruitment for Truett Seminary and minister of students at Taylor’s Valley Baptist Church in Temple.
He earned his undergraduate degree from Samford University in Birmingham and his master of divinity degree from Truett Seminary, with a focus on missions and world Christianity.