Ray & Misty Reynolds
Misty Reynolds, JD
I am a native to Fairhope, AL and a lifelong follower of Jesus Christ. My parents (David & Carolyn Till) raised me within the churches of Christ in Baldwin County. In 1991, I received the Silver Congressional Award for initiative, achievement and service. I earned my undergraduate degree at Auburn University in 1995 (BA in English, qualified magna cum laude) and post graduate studies at the University of Alabama School of Law where I earned a Juris Doctor degree in 1998. Law school honors included an externship with the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Alabama, Farrah Law Society, the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board and the Jessup International Moot Court Team.
After graduation I passed the Alabama Bar Exam and went on to practice with two different Mobile law firms in the area of corporate litigation defense. During private practice, I served as an adjunct law professor for Faulkner University at the Mobile campus. In 2002, I published an article in the For the Defense magazine which was aimed for defense, insurance, and corporate counsel.
Next I clerked for the Honorable Judge Pamela Willis Baschab with the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals, and assisted her in performing legal research for her book "Domestic Violence Law in Alabama." Beginning in 2003, I worked as Pro Se Law Clerk at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama. In 2012, I transitioned into the role of Attorney Advisor to the Administrative Law Judges at the Office of Hearing Operations at the Social Security Administration in Mobile, AL. In 2022, I was approved for early retirement due to health related constraints.
I am currently working towards another degree, a Masters of Ministry in Ministerial Care & Counseling, from Heritage Christian University. I have periodically taken audit courses, including counseling and ministry, to learn more about spiritual and mental health. I received certification in "Youth Mental Health First Aid" through the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (2022). I volunteer for my church family at the Summerdale Church of Christ, where my husband serves as the Pulpit Minister. I serve as the CEO of Peachtree Press, LLC. My goal is to pursue certification in Life Coaching and further my education in Counseling and Ministry.
Ray Reynolds, PhD
I am a native to Rogersville, MO and a lifelong follower of Jesus Christ. My parents (Darrell & Jimalee) raised me within the churches of Christ in Missouri, Oklahoma, Michigan and Virginia. I am a graduate of Heritage Christian University (BA 2000, MMin 2001) and Trinity Theological Seminary (PhD 2012). I have also studied at the College of Southern Idaho, Harvard Divinity School, University of Cambridge and the University of Groningen. I have also received certification in "Youth Mental Health First Aid" through the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (2022). My goal is to pursue certification in Life Coaching and further my education in Counseling and Ministry. I currently serve as the COO of Peachtree Press, LLC. I am currently seeking a certificate in Resource Development Models for Small Churches.
My ministry experience began a the age of 13 when I preached my first sermon in Johnson City, TX. Ministry has taken me all around the world, including 10 states, Cuba and Canada. I serve as chaplain for South Baldwin Region Medical Center and the Snook Christian Academy football team. I have written over 100 books that can be found on my website (www.rayreynoldsrap.com) or can be downloaded through Peachtree Press, LLC. My wife (Misty) and I currently serve in the Reclaiming Hope Ministry and write for Peachtree Press. We are a blended family with five sons, one grandson and an innumerable amount of "adopted" kids. Our home is never empty! We also have a precious golden doodle puppy named Lily Belle.
I currently serve my church family as the Pulpit Minister at the Summerdale Church of Christ (since 2021) but previously served as the Minister to Youth & Young Families. I am also the Marketing Director for Getting To Know Your Bible television ministry (since 2019). I am the founder and co-director of TITUS Camp at Heritage Christian University (since 2005). I serve on various boards/committees, write for Christian publications, in addition to producing podcasts/broadcasts for Ray Reynolds Rap, Reclaiming Hope Ministry, Getting to Know Your Bible, Lads to Leaders and the Summerdale Church of Christ. I was honored to be named Alumnus of the Year by HCU in 2016.
More can be found on my LinkedIn account (linkedin.com/in/ray-reynolds-phd).
We met at the Summerdale Church of Christ in the Fall of 2018 through our young adult ministry. Our friendship grew in 2019 and we began dating in 2020, marrying in December 2020. We have both experienced divorce and brokenness. Together we have raised five boys and have a lifetime of experience of coaching, counseling, mentoring and ministry. We love blogging and podcasting. We want to remind you that there is always hope!
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