Welcome to the Missio Alumni Network

With over 1900 graduates serving around the world as pastors, missionaries, counselors, business professionals, community leaders and more, our alumni are the heart of Missio Seminary. The Alumni Network exists to engage, serve, support and encourage our graduates as they follow Jesus into the world.

Wendy Walters

Director of Student, Alumni, & Church Relations

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Invite a member of the Missio faculty or staff to speak at your church, parachurch ministry, retreat, etc. All Missio faculty and staff are available to speak on a wide range of topics.

We know many of our alumni and friends are experts in different areas of life and ministry.  If you would like to submit a proposal to lead a seminar or workshop as part of our “Practically Speaking” series, please the button to fill out a proposal.

Please note: ”Practically Speaking” seminars are not eligible for Missio Seminary credit, and seminar speakers are not considered Missio Seminary faculty.

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Alumni Updates

If you would like to share an update with your fellow alumni, please send an email to pzazzo@missio.edu and we will post it here.

Adam Gustine (’14) is the Director of Ministry Initiatives for Love Mercy Do Justice in the Evangelical Covenant Church. His new book (IVP 2019) titled Becoming a Just Church: Cultivating Communities of God’s Shalom is an exploration of ecclesiology and the pursuit of justice in and through the local church.

On October 06, 2019, Dr. Michael W. Couch will be installed as pastor-elect at Berean Baptist Church.

Dr. Couch’s passions, interests and resources led him to doctoral work in family and community development, becoming a duly elected committee person of Philadelphia’s 23rd ward, and he provided jobs through PA CareerLink (West Philadelphia).  Now he feels he is being called to the most amazing resource of all – the incredible people and awesome family at Berean!

Rebecca Price Janney won two national Golden Scroll awards at a ceremony in suburban Nashville. The third book in her Easton Series, Easton at the Crossroads, took first place in Historical Novels, and Morning Glory, the inaugural book in her Morning in America Series, won second place, also in Historical Novels.


Hilary Arthur Nixon (’74 MST from BTS , ’84 PhD Drew University) has published a book: “The Mystery of Ezekiel’s Temple Liturgy“, 2018 Westbow Press.

Bob McGann (’84) is the director of Programs at the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission in Philadelphia, providing 3 meals, 365 days each year to anyone in need. Additionally, they provide shelter for over 200 people each night, and offer two 8-12 month long term transition programs for both men and women. Bob would love to have BTS/Missio Students come and serve at the mission. www.sundaybreakfast.org

Thomas Serridge (’97) is a co-founder of Grounds for Restoration, a coffee company that sends 100% of its profits to Human Trafficking. It is a great ministry, and the coffee is pretty amazing as well. www.gfrcoffee.com

Janice Scordato (’98) accepted a position at America’s Keswick, teaching Bible in the women’s addictions recovery ministry. www.addicitonrecovery.org

Pat Devine (’04) and CH Lee (’11) are both serving the Lord as chaplains in the US Army and are currently deployed together to Kandahar, Afghanistan with the Train, Advise, Assist Command – South. They are stationed together at Fort Carson, Colorado with the 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. Please pray for these fellow grads as they follow Jesus into the world as chaplains in the Army.

Amy Lent Hellesen (’13, ’17) joyfully announces her marriage on September 30, 2018, to Stephen C. Tumminelli, Ph.D. in Princeton, NJ. Amy is currently counseling and directing a recovery ministry at Stone Hill Church of Princeton on a volunteer basis and plans to pursue licensure as a counselor in PA.

Paul Chung (’18) is leading New Heart Mission Church in Manhasset, NY. They recently hosted their annual Ambassadors Conference, which furthers the discussion on missional theology and practice among Korean Churches throughout the area. Several BTS professors and alumni were in attendance. www.ambassadorsconference.org

Jay Thatcher (’18) is the Director of Ministry Partnerships for Saints Prison Ministry, which takes athletic teams from churches into prisons across America to engage in sports competition with prison inmates and share the Gospel. www.saintsprisonministry.org