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Dr Terry W Dorsett

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Member since: Apr 17, 2012

While in college at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, Terry joined the ministry staff at Thomas Road Baptist Church, one of America's largest churches. Though Terry enjoyed his time in that mega-church setting, he soon realized that he wanted to impact individual lives in a deeper way than was possible in a mega-church.

Terry moved to Vermont as a church planting missionary with the North American Mission Board (SBC) in 1993. Upon first arriving in Vermont he served in a small village of less than 1000 residents. In 2001 Terry became the Director of the Green Mountain Baptist Association. The association is a network of churches across Vermont that work together to start new churches and plan strategic evangelism projects.

Terry partnered with two other families in 2004 to start Faith Community Church in Barre, Vermont. The church has grown to be the second largest Southern Baptist church in the state of Vermont and is widely known for reaching unchurched young adults. The church uses a bivocational multi-leader approach to ministry.

Terry is an energetic speaker. He writes regularly for a blog about how churches can reach the next generation for Christ.

Terry is married and has three young adult children.

Terry's Educational Background: Bachelor's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Liberty University Master's of Religious Education from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary Doctor of Ministry in Mission Administration from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary

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