Tracy Reynolds has been in pastoral ministry for over forty years vocationally, serving lengthy tenures in three local churches. By day, he serves as Discipleship Pastor at Grace Fellowship Watkinsville and Campus Pastor at Grace Fellowship Madison. By night, he is an adjunct professor at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, GA, and Richmont Graduate University. He holds a Doctor of Strategic Leadership from Regent University as well as masters and bachelor’s degrees in Music Education. He is a lifelong learner in all areas of leadership, discipleship, and organizational development. Along with his partner, Chris Maxwell, Tracy is in season three of a weekly podcast, Next Step Leadership. Tracy Reynolds has served as a John Maxwell EQUIP Associate Trainer for 20 years in the Philippines. He has traveled extensively across the islands training leaders in Manila, Cagayan de Oro, Butuan City, Urdaneta, Naga, Baguio, Dumaguete, and other regions of the Philippines as well as Ukraine, Brazil, and Jamaica. Dr. Reynolds has also served as a Leadership Coach and Associate Trainer with Dr. Tim Elmore’s Growing Leaders, Inc. His wife, Lisa, and he have been married over forty years. They have two grown children and three granddaughters. He loves jazz, Starbucks coffee, and training the next generation of leaders! Currently, Tracy plays keyboards in Riffnotes, Big Band Athens, Xzalt Swing Band, and Rathaus. He loves Atlanta Braves baseball and UGA football. Most people affectionately refer to him as “Pastor Tracy” or simply “PT”, but his grandkids call him Papa.