Philip McDuffie - College Director (Duke/NCCU)
Philip McDuffie was born and raised in Mobile, Al. He received his degree in communication with a minor in history from the University of Mobile. While he was in college, he met his wife Kahlie. They were married in 2013. It was while Philip was in college that he began aspiring to be a pastor. So after he graduated in 2014, he and his wife moved to Wake Forest to attend Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in order to pursue a Masters of Divinity. They began attending First Baptist Church of Durham not long after moving to Wake Forest in the beginning of 2015. Philip's desire is to glorify God through serving the local church.
If you want a ride to FBC Durham from Duke, NCCU, or the Downtown Durham area then contact Philip at Philip.McDuffie@fbcdurham.org
Jay King - Intern (NCSU)
Jay King was born and raised in New Bern, North Carolina. He graduated from North Carolina State University in 2017 with a degree in communication. During his time as a student in the FBC College Ministry and as a Young Life leader at Middle Creek High School, he developed a desire to make Christ known, particularly among younger people. He began attending Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in the fall of 2018 to pursue a Masters of Divinity. His desire is to be fully equipped for pastoral ministry and to live out his faith in an imitable way among college students at NCSU.
For any information about the ministry at NC State, Jay can be contacted at NCState@fbcdurham.org
Logan Smith was born and raised in Mount Airy, N.C. near the Virginia border. He attended Surry Community College and then the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he graduated in May 2018 with a degree in psychology and history with a minor in education. Logan began to desire to work in college ministry after seeing Philip McDuffie and Mason Carpenter serve at UNC. He started attending First Baptist Church of Durham shortly after moving to Chapel Hill in 2016. Currently, Logan does research in the Duke department of psychiatry, and seeks to serve and glorify the Lord by ministering to students on the UNC campus.