Benjamin G. Campbell
Growing up in a pastor’s home, Ben has seen how ministry plays out in life since his birth. Ben was constantly encouraged and challenged in his faith by his parents and other influential people in his life. It wasn’t until college, though, that he would surrender the call to full-time, vocational ministry. Since then, Ben has found pure joy in serving Jesus Christ through the local church.
Ben graduated with his Master of Divinity at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and he has served as the Pastor at Arbor Grove Free Will Baptist Church in Hoxie, AR, since September 2018.
When Ben is not in the office, his hobbies include playing golf, writing, and spending time with his two sons, Beckett and Haddon.
If you would like to contact Ben, you can email him here.
Dustin is an Alabama native who currently lives in Antioch, Tennessee. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral ministry in 2016. After he completed his studies at Welch College, Dustin spent ten weeks as a summer intern in South Georgia where he applied his education in a local church. That internship afforded Dustin opportunities to preach regularly and assist the pastor with various member care and administrative tasks. Following his internship in Georgia, Dustin moved to New Orleans where he began pursuing a Master of Divinity in Expository Preaching. Dustin moved to Indiana where he served as pastor for a season and continued his theological training remotely. Providence recently moved him back to Nashville, where he continues his theological education in the School of Divinity at Welch College.
Dustin enjoys meaningful conversations about theology and ministry and loves a good cup of coffee. His favorite pastor in church history is Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who embodied what it meant to be a sold-out disciple of Jesus and pastor. His favorite Old Testament book is Deuteronomy, and his favorite New Testament book is Colossians.
Originally from Middle Tennessee, Matt is married to Lee Ann and together they have three children, Aaron, Sarah, and Ryan. Matt is a veteran of the United States Air Force where he served 8 years (including a tour in the Middle East during Operation Enduring Freedom, post 9/11). After enlistment, Matt enrolled at Middle Tennessee State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in business.
After a few years of pastoral ministry, Matt felt the need to further his education so that he could better serve the church. In 2016, Matt enrolled in graduate studies at Welch College. After 3 years, Matt earned his master’s degree in theology and ministry.
Since April 2013, Matt has served three Free Will Baptist churches. He is currently the pastor of Harper Road Free Will Baptist where he serves full time. Matt loves theology and discussing it with anyone who will listen.
In his free time, Matt enjoys being with his family, watching classic western movies, kayaking and fishing, and is a huge WWII buff.
Matthew J. Mouser
As a native Nashvillian, Matthew grew up immersed in church culture. While initially answering the call to ministry via music ministry, he eventually answered the call to pastoral ministry while attending Welch College, where he graduated from in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in General Christian Ministries. He has completed coursework for a Master of Divinity and intends on completing this degree in the near future.
Matthew married his wife, Danielle, in 2017 and they have two sons, Duke and Wes, with a third on the way. After serving as Associate Pastor at King of Kings Church (now New London Church) in Forest, Virginia, he moved to Columbus, Georgia, where he has served alongside the people of First Free Will Baptist Church since 2020 as Senior Pastor.
Matthew is passionate about intentional discipleship, preaching, church music, and equipping the saints for ministry. In his spare time he enjoys coffee, Vanderbilt University sports, St. Louis Cardinals baseball, hockey, excellent film, and spending time with his boys.
You can contact Matthew here.
By perseverance, the snail reached the ark.Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Praying and sinning will never live together in the same heart. Prayer will consume sin, or sin will choke prayer.J. C. Ryle
I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.C.S. Lewis