Rev. Noah Raulerson serves as the Associate Pastor and Minister of Students at Hardeetown Baptist Church. Noah became a Christian at the age of 10 years old and was called to the ministry at the age 17, and began serving in student ministry as an intern in 2003.
Noah received his B.A. in Ministry from the Baptist College of Florida in 2007 and received his Masters of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2012. During his ministry training from 2003 to 2012, Noah served in a variety of churches with volunteer and paid staff roles. Noah was ordained into the ministry on January 1, 2012 at the First Baptist Church of Callahan, Florida.
Noah went into student ministry because of his love for the next generation of Christians and his desire to develop them into fully functional followers of Christ. In addition to the roles held in churches, Noah is passionate about missions and getting church members actively involved in sharing Christ both locally and to the ends of the Earth. Noah has led and participated missions teams in the United States including locations such as Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Louisiana, New York, and Massachusetts. Noah is also passionate about foreign missions and has done trips to Hungary, Haiti, Honduras, China, Kenya, and Nicaragua.
Noah’s hobbies include sports, travel, reading, writing, and enjoying most activities with his wife and son, Jennifer and Jonah.