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Spencer Andrews

Spencer serves on staff at Grace Hill as the Pastor for Discipleship. Spencer has been in vocational ministry for over 7 years. He earned his Master of Divinity degree at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Spencer is also a Prepare & Enrich certified facilitator where he helps build strong marriages and healthy relationships. Spencer attended college at High Point University where he also played baseball. Previously, Spencer worked as an English Teacher in the NC Public School System for 7 years. Spencer has been married to his wife, Anna Grey, for 7 years. They have three children, Calvin, Charleigh, and Clara. Spencer enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and playing sports.

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Lee Callicutt

Lee serves on staff as the Pastor for Preaching and Teaching at Grace Hill. Before planting Grace Hill, Lee served as an associate pastor and senior pastor. Lee went to college at Methodist University where he majored in economics and played football. He graduated with his Master of Divinity in 2015 from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he also worked as a faculty research assistant. Lee also earned his doctorate in expository preaching from Southeastern where his work focused on preaching from the Old Testament. He completed additional studies in the theology of work and economics from Western Seminary.

Lee has spoken at a variety of conferences and has been recognized as a Notable Voice by a top Christian leadership podcast. He contributes as a writer at For the Church, a ministry of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in MO. He has participated in a pastoral cohort through the Society of Expository Preaching and is a member of the Conservative Baptist Network.

He has two forthcoming books, Born of God: A Theological Primer on the Doctrine of Regeneration and The Wonders of His Love: Daily Readings for Christmas. He is also founder and president of Renown Ministries. Lee enjoys playing and watching sports and cooking.

Listen to Pastor Lee’s Sermons