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About Greg Rogers
Greg Rogers has been on staff at Oakmont Baptist Church in Greenville, North Carolina for 38 years, serving as the church’s third senior pastor for 35 years. A native of Raleigh, his first experience serving Oakmont was as a summer youth minister in 1976 and 1977 during college. Greg earned a B.A. degree in philosophy and religion from N.C. State University, and Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has served in various community and denominational leadership roles including one term on the General Board of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, two terms on the Biblical Recorder board of directors, and six years on the CBF of North Carolina Coordinating Council, two of those years as Moderator. Greg currently is a mentor for the first cohort of the CBFNC Helping Pastors Thrive program.
An ICF Associate Certified Coach and High-Performance Patterns coach, he coaches with individuals, congregations, and businesses, as well as serving as a speaker and retreat leader. He has worked with individuals and teams exploring mission, vision, and core values, as well as spiritual formation, missional engagement, ministry and work transitions, and personal issues. He brings his own spiritual and pastoral experiences in serving congregations for over 46 years as resources to the coaching relationship.
In his leisure time he enjoys competitive tennis, biking, and reading. Greg and his wife Leslie, a retired community college administrator, have been married for 43 years. Both their son and daughter are married, and they are blessed to enjoy five grandchildren.