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Hunter Dockery

Hunter Dockery

When Jack and Rosemarie Miller asked Hunter and Julie to lead a church planting team to Ireland in 1985 they felt their only option was to say yes. They were afraid of the unknown, sad to leave friends and family, and were pretty much clueless, yet the Miller’s words and lives were like a great bell ringing with grace and mission. The Dockerys felt Jesus was calling them to lay down their lives for His message of hope.

The Dockery’s 12 years of church planting work spread all over Ireland, into Eastern Europe, and Russia during their time on the field with Serge. Hunter served as a Serge board member for six years after returning to the U.S. to pastor Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Winston Salem, N.C. They returned to work full-time with Serge in October of 2015.

Hunter works with the executive director Bob Osborne to develop ministry partnerships. He’s passionate about helping people get a glimpse into the mission’s work and see how to invest leadership skills, wisdom, and financial resources into this ministry. Because of Serge’s recent growth, Hunter believes ministry partners are needed now more than ever.

Hunter and Julie have three grown sons: Jackson (married to Sara), Jonathan, and Spencer. They love farming, sailing, eating great food, and watching the Kingdom expand around the world. Returning to Serge to serve today is a beautiful full-circle story.

Latest sermons by
Acts: The Perpetual Power of the Gospel
Sun, May 07, 2017
Passage: Acts 13
Duration: 32 mins 41 secs
Experiencing supernatural life in the Spirit; repentance and renewal through the good news of Christ.
Guest Speaker, Hunter Dockery
Sun, Aug 21, 2016
Passage: Genesis 1:2
Duration: 28 mins 28 secs
Light from darkness. Order out of chaos. Jesus brings shalom and good news into our disordered lives; compelling us to extend this gospel peace to others.
Guest Speaker, Hunter Dockery
Sun, Jul 10, 2016
Passage: Mark 14:32-42
Duration: 31 mins 39 secs
Comparing and contrasting two gardens (the first garden and Gethsemane), what is Jesus wrestling with / afraid of, cosmic rejection from the one Jesus has always been one with, dying with less dignity than many in history, God understands our pain / suffering and relates in a way (greater) than we will ever understand, the renewal of all things,
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