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As a recent CSU graduate (2019), David Dyer now works in the Christian Studies Department and Campus Ministries as their executive assistant. With his undergrad in Christian Studies and Foreign Language, he is also the Associate Pastor over discipleship and missions at Summit Baptist Church. Towards the end of his college career, he felt the Lord directing him to remain at CSU within any capacity available. Through God’s blessing, a job opened up for him to have the opportunity to interact with students in both an academic and spiritual atmosphere as well as to continue his education towards a M.Div. He feels that CSU is a special place to him not because of the place itself, but because the people mean so much more, and believes that having the opportunity to continue to serve here is a blessing for him and his family. He married in June of 2019, and his wife is a middle school English teacher in Charleston County. Their prayers are to faithfully serve both faculty and students with a means of glorifying God in all that they do. Their hearts rest upon the prayers of serving long-term overseas wherever the Lord directs. As for their next steps, Lord willing, he plans to work at CSU while pursuing his M.Div., continue to build small business (Beloved Leather Co), and remain in steadfast prayer with his wife about serving overseas.
As for their next steps, Lord willing, he plans to work at CSU while pursuing his M.Div., continue to build small business (Beloved Leather Co), and remain in steadfast prayer with his wife about serving overseas.
Your Purpose. Our Mission.
For a while during my college career at CSU, I have wanted to work here. When graduation was coming near, I felt the Lord direct me to remain in Charleston and even more so at CSU. Having the opportunity to serve the students and faculty under an amazing, God-fearing administration is such a blessing. My prayer is to remain in awe of the work God has in store for this university.David Dyer
- RECOGNITION & HONORS
Charleston Southern: Biblical Languages Award