Meet Our Campus Ministry Engagement Team

Andy Hale

Associate Executive Coordinator

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Phone: 336.759.3456

Andy Hale is the associate executive coordinator of CBF of North Carolina. His responsibilities include collaborating with the executive coordinator for the thriving of CBFNC churches and clergy, developing innovative ministry with young adults and college students, starting new faith communities, ministerial transitions, congregational thriving and partnering with CBFNC ministry staff.

Before his current role, Andy served as the senior pastor of University Baptist Church of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; the founding pastor of Mosaic Church of Clayton, North Carolina; and the associate pastor of First Baptist Church of Clayton, North Carolina. He also served on CBF Global staff as the church start specialist, as well as created and hosts the CBF Podcast Conversation.

He has degrees from Campbell University Divinity School Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina. He also holds a Doctor of Leadership in global perspective from George Fox University, focusing on congregational thriving through cognitive and social psychology.

Andy has completed extended professional development programs with the Center for Congregational Health’s Young Leader Program, CBF Global’s Fellows Program and coaching certification through Coach Approach Ministry. He has also led various organizational leadership roles, including consulting, coaching, workshop facilitation, lecturing and design thinking initiatives.

While Andy’s strengths focus on adaptive leadership, innovating organizational vision and administration, communication strategies and navigating uncharted situations, his passion is helping clergy, congregational leaders and churches thrive.

Andy is married to Jennifer Hale. They have two daughters, Madison and Aubrey-Anna. He enjoys too much good coffee, the outdoors, long-distance running, golfing, traveling with his family to national parks, adventures and the thrill of victory for the Carolina Hurricanes, Alabama Crimson Tide, New York Mets and Duke basketball.

Caitie Jackson

Campus Ministries Associate & Charlotte Region Campus Minister

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Phone:  864-357-9487

As part of CBFNC’s Campus Ministry Engagement team, Caitie has ministry-wide duties in addition to serving as the campus minister at UNC-Charlotte, Queens University, Central Piedmont Community College and Wingate University where she conducts weekly programming and ministry.

Prior to her current positions, Caitie served as the Baptist campus minister for BCM at the University of Richmond from 2014-2017 with the Baptist General Association of Virginia. Additionally, she served at Second Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia in the College Ministry.

Caitie and her husband, Dane, met at Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond where they received their Master of Divinity. They are foster parents and have three dogs, Buffy, Booker and Basil. Caitie enjoys exploring the city, enjoying local coffee and playing with her pups.

B.A.  |  Philosophy and Religion Major, Sociology Minor |  Clemson University
M. Div.  |  Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond

David Stone

Campus Ministries Associate & Western Region Campus Minister

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Phone: 828.337.0682

David serves as the director of campus ministries and Western region campus minister for CBFNC. His state level responsibilities include managing the CBFNC campus ministry team across the state and maintaining partnerships with our historically Baptist colleges and universities. He is also involved in developing new models for campus ministry in areas of NC where CBFNC has yet to establish a presence. Additionally, David serves locally in Western North Carolina as the CBFNC campus minister at UNC-Asheville, Mars Hill University and Western Carolina University where he conducts weekly programming and ministry at all three campuses.

Prior to his current positions, David served as the Baptist campus minister at UNC-Asheville from 2004-2013 in the former model of campus ministry (Baptist Student Union) with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Additionally, he served as the campus ministry intern at Gardner-Webb University for three years while working on his master’s degree.

David and his wife, Christin, met at the Baptist Student Union at Western Carolina University while in undergraduate work. They have two boys, Benjamin and Jonathan, who want to be train engineers when they grow up. If he gets any spare time, David can be found working on their farm in Madison County, fishing in the trout stream out front or practicing guitar.

B.S.  |  Natural Resources Management  |  Western Carolina University
M. Div.  |  Gardner-Webb University
D. Min (in progress)  |  Pastoral Care and Counseling  |  Gardner-Webb University

Chris Towles

Campus Ministries Associate & Triad Region Campus Minister

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Phone:  336-310-WAKE (9253)

Chris creates environments where people engage holy curiosity as the CBF Endorsed Chaplain at Wake Forest University with the Baptist Student Union (the CBF ministry at Wake). The WFUBSU is a place where everyone is heard, supported, and loved; where holy curiosity is encouraged as a part of broadening faith; and where Christ’s vision is valued, which cares more about embracing outcasts than about debating rules. With his wife Kim, Chris has hosted an annual cookout for Muslim and Baptist students since 2014, where he sometimes teaches axe throwing.

Chris started at WFU Divinity School in 2008 as an adjunct professor and at Forsyth Tech in 2005, teaching classes such as New Testament and world religions.
His doctorate from Hartford International University for Religion and Peace in Connecticut focused on pastoral care across faith traditions. While an associate chaplain he was the advisor for the interfaith council.

Chris loves to create, having hobbies such as blacksmithing, wood carving, laser engraving, drawing, and painting. He used to write and illustrate religious satire for the Wittenburg Door magazine.

Tierney Boss

Appalachian State University Campus Minister

Adrian Bullock

Triangle Region Campus Minister

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Phone: 336.759.3456

Adrian J. Bullock serves as the Triangle Area Campus Minister for the Cooperative Baptist Student Fellowship, the collegiate ministry of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina. He began in this role as the interim campus minister in January 2021 and in the full-time role in September 2022. Adrian continues in the rich legacy of serving the following colleges and universities: North Carolina State University; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Duke University; Meredith College; and Wake Technical Community College. This position offers Adrian the opportunity to cultivate leaders, engage in spiritual formation, connect with local CBF churches, build bridges for student success in both ministry and professional fields, aid in pastoral care for students, faculty, and community members.

In addition to this role Adrian has served in CBFNC life for several years. He has served as co-facilitator/ director of Growing Stronger: Understanding Race and the Christian Call through CBSF. This forum connected Historically Black and Baptist Colleges and University campus ministries across the state of North Carolina. The topics focused on race and justice during the events following the death of George Floyd. He currently serves as a member of the CBFNC Racial Equity and Justice Team. Adrian also has served as a featured collaborator in “The Gathering,” CBFNC’s official magazine during its spring and winter additions in 2020. He is also a 2020 receipt of the 25 Young Leaders to Know award from the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Global.

In addition to his work with CBFNC Adrian serves in several other capacities including: Pastor, Beaver Dam Missionary Baptist Church (Clinton, NC); Campus Minister, United Christian Campus Ministry serving North Carolina Central University (Durham, NC).

Prior to his current position, Adrian served in the following ministry positions: Youth Pastor, West Durham Baptist Church (Durham, NC); Intern, Presbyterian Campus Ministry at North Carolina Central University (Durham, NC); Intern, United Christian Campus Ministry serving North Carolina Central University (Durham, NC).

He has degrees from Campbell University Divinity School in Buies Creek, North Carolina (Master of Divinity), and North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina (Bachelor of Business Administration). He is also currently pursuing a diploma in Funeral Services from Fayetteville Technical Community College. During his time at Campbell University Divinity School Adrian served as the founding president and cofounder of the Black Seminarian Union.

While Adrian as a campus minister works to create bridges between college ministry and congregational ministry, he also has a strong bridge between CBFNC and the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. In GBSCNC Adrian serves as the liaison of the Young Preachers Network, which desires to connect young ministers across the state with connections to the convention. He was also appointed by its leadership to serve on the GBSCNC Executive Board.

In his scarce down time, Adrian enjoys architecture by building models, spending time with friends and family, sharing a good laugh, studying history (documentaries, short visits, etc.), refining his cooking/ grilling skills, and exercising his tennis and fishing skills.

Meet Our Campus Ministry Specialists

Jiquan Davis

Campus Ministry Specialist, West Region

James Dolph

Campus Ministry Specialist, UNC-Greensboro

Chloe Hall

Campus Ministry Specialist, Charlotte

Justin Lockamy

Campus Ministry Specialist, Campbell University

Will Sharkey

Campus Ministry Specialist, UNC-Chapel Hill

Paxton Vaugh

Campus Ministry Specialist, NC State University

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