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Sean Michael Lucas joined the RTS faculty in 2014 while continuing on as senior minister of the historic First Presbyterian Church, Hattiesburg, Mississippi where he has served since 2009. He graduated from Bob Jones University with a BA degree (Pastoral Studies) in 1993 and a MA (Theology/Church History) in 1994; he received the PhD from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia (Historical and Theological Studies: American Reformed Tradition) in 2002.
Sean has served on two pastoral staffs prior to coming to FPC Hattiesburg: Community Presbyterian Church (PCA), Louisville, Kentucky, and The Covenant Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Missouri. While he was in St. Louis, he was a faculty member and administrator at Covenant Theological Seminary, eventually serving as Chief Academic Officer and associate professor of church history.
Not only has he preached in a number of churches in our denomination and chaired various presbytery and General Assembly committees, he has served as moderator of Grace Presbytery and preached at the 40th General Assembly in 2012. He has written or edited several books and serves as co-editor (with D. G. Hart) of the American Reformed Biographies series and editor of the Basics of the Faith series, both with P&R publishing.
Sean and his wife Sara have four children: Samuel, Elizabeth, Andrew, and Benjamin. In his free time, he enjoys running and following his beloved St. Louis Cardinals.