Quincy Brown: More than a Sermon – Tips to Becoming More Effective as a Pastor
Being a pastor in today’s church means wearing a lot of hats, and learning how to find hats that fit well may be the secret to finding success as a pastor.
During this one-hour session Quincy Brown – district superintendent in the North Georgia Conference and author of multiple books including The Q.U.E.S.T. for Vocation: A Personal Journey to Discern a Life’s Calling and Discipleship Path – will discuss the many hats worn by a pastor and how we can wear them more effectively.
Before taking the role of district superintendent, Quincy served as an associate pastor, college chaplain, church planter, and an executive pastor. In addition, he served as the Chairperson of the North Georgia Conference Board of Ordained Ministry.
It sounds like he has plenty of experience in wearing hats.
Rev. Dr. Quincy D. BrownDistrict Superintendent, North Georgia Conference
The Rev. Dr. Quincy D. Brown is the District Superintendent of the Atlanta-Decatur-Oxford District of the North Georgia Conference. He is passionate about understanding what makes people tick and equipping churches to imagine new ways of connecting people with Jesus.
An Elder in Full Connection in North Georgia Conference with 20+ years of ministry Quincy has served as an associate pastor, college chaplain, Vice President, church planter, and an executive pastor. He served as the Chairperson of the Conference Board of Ordained Ministry, and Chairperson of the LaGrange District Committee on Ministry, a facilitator for the Residency in Ministry Program for Provisional Members, and a member of the Conference Trustees. Quincy served on the Young Clergy Initiative Advisory Team for the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry. In 2003 he was awarded the Chaplain of the Year Award by the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation.
A native of Gainesville, GA, Quincy is a graduate of DeVry Institute of Technology (BS, Electronic Engineering Technology), Candler School of Theology at Emory University (M.Div), and Gammon Theological Seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center (D.Min). Quincy has written numerous articles and two books: Q.U.E.S.T.: Stories as Guides Through Life’s Transitions, and The Q.U.E.S.T. for Vocation: A Personal Journey to Discern a Life’s Calling, and a chapter in In This Time and In This Place: Vocation in Higher Education: Vocation and Higher Education. Quincy is married to Dionne Moore Brown who is the income tax manager at Oxford Industries, Inc. in Atlanta.