After serving two terms in the US Air Force, Kelley L. Buffaloe went into the private sector working in the field of cytology in anatomic pathology. In 1990, he felt the call to ministry and was ordained shortly after in the Baptist denomination. He served as a bi-vocation pastor at a church in Indiana and later in his home state of Texas. After teaching the scriptures in context and discovering the great doctrines of the faith known as Reformed Theology, he stepped down from the Baptist pulpit and attended Westminster Seminary part-time while continuing his work in pathology.
In 2003, he stepped out in faith and made the decision to attend seminary full time. Four years later, he received his M.Div from Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He was immediately called as pastor at Antioch Presbyterian Church and was installed in November 2007.
He has over twenty years of pastoral experience, with fifteen served in full-time ministry at Antioch PCA, and additional doctoral studies through Erskine Theological Seminary.
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