Dr. Andy Brockelman

Dr. Andy Brockelman Pastoral Care & 55+ Pastorx 116Email

Hometown: Sherman, TX

Education: Ph.D. from the School of Educational Ministries, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary | Master of Religious Education, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary | B.A. Religion, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

The Lord saved me and called me to work in the local church during my college years. I have served in churches in Texas, New Mexico, Tennessee and Virginia working with the General /Educational Administration and Pastoral Ministries of the church. After working in churches for 40+ years, I am more convinced than ever that the world’s greatest need is Jesus.

Since being at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, I have been involved with many senior adult ministries including the Barnabas Ministry (a ministry of encouragement to shut-ins and hospital patients), the LLL (Lots of Living Left) Travel Club, Senior Adult Choir (formerly known as “Highest Praise” Choir), Senior Adult Bible Studies and Prayer Ministry. I am privileged to be a part of all these ministries and much more here at the Mount, but more importantly I cherish knowing the fine folks of Colonial Heights and the surrounding area and helping them grow in their relationship to Christ.

I am married to Lois LaGrone Brockelman (an English instructor at John Tyler Community College) and we have two grown children, Andrew III (Drew) and Emily.

I enjoy gardening and landscaping. Being outdoors working in the yard is therapeutic for me and although it can be hard work at times, it gives me great pleasure. History, music and art are also important to me. My wife and I love getting to know our nation’s history through visiting many of the historical sites around the Richmond/DC area. So much of our nation’s history began right here in Virginia.

My Life Verse:

“I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live, yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh, I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave Himself for me.”
Galatians 2:20.

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