Billy Judge was born and raised on Long Island, NY where he met Jesus at 17 years old, hungover, after an unlikely classmate shared the gospel with him. Shortly thereafter, he attended the University of South Carolina where he earned a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Masters in Teaching (MT). During his freshman year at USC, Billy found a home at Shandon Baptist Church where he served as College Pastor after teaching in public schools for several years. Billy earned his Masters of Divinity at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Billy married Sarah in 2013 and they have two sons, William Eden and John Robert. In his free time, you can catch Billy running, golfing, or watching an action movie.
Chris Richards is a native of Columbia, SC. At an early age, Chris developed a love for Jesus and for the local church. Chris graduated from the University of South Carolina and has spent the last 14 years in public education as a teacher and principal. He holds a B.A. in Psychology, M.A.T in Elementary Education, and an M.Ed. in Educational Administration. Chris married Rachel in 2007 and has two little girls, Tinley and Edie. Rachel is a graduate of Columbia College and the University of South Carolina and is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist. Chris is a foodie, a runner, and can fix anything!
Zakk Roberts has lived all over (Indiana, Michigan, Texas, and Pennsylvania), but Pittsburgh has been his home since 2012. Though he grew up in the church, it wasn't until his sophomore year in college that he really started to live the ways of Jesus. Zakk graduated from Michigan State Univesity with a B.A. in Marketing and has taken seminary courses at TEDS and SEBTS. Since 2010, Zakk has been ministering to college students. He is passionate about working with college students because he sees the potential they have to change the world! In the fall of 2013, Zakk married Leah in 2013. He loves playing soccer, having backyard fires and cookouts, watching the Steelers, Pirates, and Pitt athletics, and getting into political, philosophical, and spiritual conversations.