Rev. Mary Carol Anderson
Mary Carol serves as the Minister of Youth and Recreation at First Baptist Church in Greenville, SC.
Born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina. She attended Clemson University from which she earned the Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Communications. She holds the Master of Divinity degree from the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond.
Mary Carol has not only attended Unidiversity as a Youth Minister but also as a youth who grew up coming to our week-long camp experience. She attended the first Unidiversity gathering at Shorter College in 1993.
Rev. David Woody
Woody serves as the Minister of Faith Development at Providence Baptist Church in Charleston, SC.
He has been with Unidiversity since it began back in 1993. Woody grew up in the mountains of Asheville, N.C., earned a B.A. in History from Furman University and M.Div. from the Baptist Theological Seminary in Richmond.
Woody enjoys cycling, watching and participating in sports, writing, and reading. He is married to Kristen and he loves spending time with and chasing his children–Brooks, Blair, Sarah, and Matthew.
Caleb serves as Associate Minister with Students and Mission at Emerywood Baptist Church where he has been for the past 3 years.
Caleb has served in student ministry across Mississippi, Alabama, Washington DC, Virginia, and North Carolina for the past 14 years. Caleb loves to awaken students to the larger narrative of the work of God going on all around them every day and works to equip teenagers with a hunger for justice and commitment to living out a life that looks more like Jesus. Caleb and his wife Mary Beth, both graduated from Samford University and Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond and they have 2 fierce and awesome daughters, Ava and Eleanor.
Rev. Scott Thrailkill
Scott serves as the Associate Minister at First Baptist Church in Goldsboro, NC.
He grew up in the little southern town of Atlanta, GA, where he grew to learn and appreciate the value of grits, sweet tea, saying “ya’ll”, and Georgia Bulldog football! He has also been a lifelong Braves fan (even thorugh they waited to start winning until afer he moved away). Scott graduated with a BA degree from Shorter College in Rome, GA, and a Master of Divinity degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. After serving churches in KY, GA, and NC he has been the Associate Minister at First Baptist Church of Goldsboro for the past 15 years.
Scott enjoys college football, golf, a good book, and traveling with his family. He is married to Michelle, and they have one daughter, Madison, who is in her first year of being a Demon Deacon at Wake Forest University.
Rev. Christine Powell Kellett
Christine serves as the Associate Pastor with Children and Families at Augusta Heights Baptist Church, Greenville, SC
As a native South Carolinian, I am thrilled to be back home! I grew up in Greenwood, went to Furman University for my undergraduate, and then married a true Greenvillian (Michael). We have three wonderful children (West, Mattie, and Marian) who keep us on our toes! I have my M.Div in Christian Education from the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (BTSR). I have also written a number of bible study series, Sunday school curriculums, and articles for congregations and publishing houses. My love and passion for ministry is with children and their families, and I believe that the most important role to which God has called us to is to be shepherds, guiding children on their journey to being disciples. In my free time, I love to sing, as well as spending time watching sports and being outside, enjoying time with the ones I love the most.
Rev. Bridget Kokolis
Bridget serves as the Minister to Families at Augusta Road Baptist Church, Greenville, SC
Rev. Kokolis joined ARBC as Minister to Families in May 2016. She previously served as Associate Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Greenlawn Baptist Church in Columbia, SC. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina and her Master of Divinity degree from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. Rev. Kokolis is married to her husband Michael and they have one son, Michael.