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About Mr. Lance Kindred

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Mr. Lance Kindred
229-227-1515 (P)

Mr. Lance Kindred, 2nd-8th grade Bible Teacher, Spiritual Leader & Chapel Director


Chapel Director

We are thrilled and blessed to welcome Mr. Lance Kindred to our Faculty again this year! We are looking forward to an exciting year with him serving in a new position as our Chapel Director, Spiritual Leader and 2nd-8th grade Bible Teacher. Mr. Kindred taught 3rd & 4th grades his first year at TCS and was the 5th & 6th grade homeroom teacher and ELA for the 5th-8th grades last  year. Please read his bio below....

I am Lance Kindred. I am a native of Thomas County. Faith and church have always been a fundamental part of my life. I was raised in the Metcalfe United Methodist Church and accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior during Revival Services at the age of 10. I graduated from Central High School…a long time ago. I then went on to earn an Associate of Arts degree in Music at Thomas College. After transferring to Valdosta State University, I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education degree. It was during my time at VSU that I experienced a deepening relationship with Christ and discerned a call to ministry. Roughly five years after graduating from VSU, I earned a Master of Divinity degree from Erskine Theological Seminary and began my work in vocational ministry as a clergy member of the South Georgia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. Over the last 24 years, I have served churches in Decatur, Lowndes, Taylor, and Thomas Counties. I am presently serving the churches of the Metcalfe Charge (Bethpage, Ebenezer, and Metcalfe). I have taught all subjects at Cross Creek this past year in the fourth grade and have experience with long-term subbing on and off in the past.  I will be married to my wife, Jodi, 18 years this coming September. We have been blessed with two daughters (Kirby:16, Chloe:13) and one son (Parker: 12).  I am enthused about this opportunity and looking forward to working with the faculty and students at Thomasville Christian School again this coming school year. 



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