Hunter Brown has joined KMS as a KMS fellow with a focus on helping assemble and administrate a forthcoming dialogue on baptism between Evangelicals, Pentecostals, and Roman Catholics.
Hunter works full time as the head men’s and women’s golf coach at Goucher College in Towson, MD. Additionally, he is a part-time masters of theology student at St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute in Baltimore. Over the past 2-3 years Hunter has sensed a calling towards ecumenical work and is excited to be a part of what KMS is doing to bring unity amongst the body of Christ. Hunter’s wife Amberle is an employee at World Relief in Baltimore and also finds herself passionate about cross-denominational cooperation as she has seen its essential place in her work of empowering local churches in the developing world to deal with the health and nutrition challenges of their communities.
Hunter is from Dallas, TX and has been a resident of Baltimore city since June of 2015. He and Amberle are members of Freedom Church Baltimore where they help lead a ministry for people with disabilities.