Dr. Curtis Booher serves as a preaching minister at Crossroads Christian Church in Gray, Tennessee, in addition to his role as a professor at Milligan. He has spoken at churches and teen conventions throughout the U.S. and led multiple weeks of summer camp at Appalachian Christian Camp. He was a consultant for the Youth in Ministry (YiM) program at Milligan and authored the book “Why I am?” a guidebook for teens published by YiM. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in Bible from Milligan University (1985) and a master of divinity degree and a doctor of ministry degree from Emmanuel Christian Seminary (2001, 2010).
Kit Dotson serves as Director of Church Relations. He previously has served in church ministry and has spoken and led many weeks of camp. Kit holds a bachelor’s degree in Bible from Milligan University.
After serving in two local churches for nearly 30 years, Dr. Ron Kastens came to Milligan in August 2018 to lead Milligan’s new Ministry Leadership Program.
Ron is an ordained pastor with experience serving churches in Tennessee, Kentucky, and New Hampshire. Following 12 years as an associate pastor at Northeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky, Ron became lead pastor of Crossway Christian Church in Nashua, New Hampshire, in 2001. While there, he oversaw the congregation’s growth from 300 to 850 members and the addition of two more campus locations. He currently serves on the board of Christian Missionary Fellowship, Inc.
Ron graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Bible from Milligan in 1989. He went on to earn a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts. He is a trained Enneagram teacher and certified in the Wagner Enneagram Personality Style Scales assessment. He is also a member of the Evangelical Homiletics Society.