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Rev. Bobby Nichols


During his more than 20 years of ministry, Rev. Nichols has served the Lord and His people in many capacities. His formal training for ministry was initiated at American Baptist College, with a double major in Biblical Theological Studies and Psychology. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Christian Biblical Counseling at Anderson Theological Seminary.

He completed Clinical Pastoral Education and internship at the Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee. Rev. Nichols has served as a chaplain/counselor at the Nashville Rescue Mission and is presently a counselor with the Mission’s Men’s Drug Recovery Program where he counsels men to help guide them through the recovery process from self-destructive and addictive behavior. For six years he served the Rescue Mission as Director of Volunteer Services.

In addition to his diverse training and ministry, Rev. Nichols has volunteered his time to worthwhile community programs and agencies. He has worked with the Baptist Collegian Ministry of Tennessee State University, serving as a teacher/mentor to the David Project men’s group.

Rev. Nichols has been recognized with a number of awards for his service, including an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from the Tennessee School of Religion, and an NAACP award from the Okolona, Mississippi chapter. The honorably-discharged veteran was awarded the National Defense Service Medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Award during his service.

This devoted husband is a former pastor who has served congregations in Okolona, Mississippi, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Hermitage, Tennessee. For four years he was Minister of Evangelism and Discipleship at Christ the King Baptist Church in Milwaukee.

His interests include preaching, teaching, church activities, sports, chess and community work.