Whether committed or just curious, convinced or unconvinced, burned-out or on-fire, RUF at KSU welcomes you to consider the claims of Jesus Christ in community with others at KSU.

 
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Girls' Bible Study

Wednesdays at 6:30pm 

Woodstock 

contact Grace Potter for more info grace.potter@ruf.org.

Marietta Bible Study

Tuesdays at 3:30 

in Marietta Student Center room 213

contact Sam Slate for more info sslate2@students.kennesaw.edu.

Additional Resources
 

If none of the Bible study times work for you or you just have questions about finding a bible study, please don't hesitate to to contact Wes or Grace.

 
MEET OUR TEAM
Wes Calton
Minister
EMAIL
wes.calton@ruf.org
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Though he has lived in many places, Wes claims GA and the Carolinas as his most formative home states while growing up, which helps explain his love for the Braves (woo hoo ATL) and Panthers (sorry ATL). Wes graduated from Davidson College in 2010 and from Reformed Theological Seminary Charlotte in 2013, at which time he came to Kennesaw to serve RUF at KSU. Wes met and started dating his future wife at a 7th grade birthday party. Fortunately he had plenty of time to grow some more before getting married in 2009. They have four children, Walker, Pack, and Whit, and Anne McClain.

Prior to coming to Kennesaw, Wes served as an intern at Overbrook Presbyterian Church in Gaffney, SC and as an interim campus minister for RUF at Davidson College. Wes was blessed as an undergraduate by the ministry of RUF and hopes to see students likewise blessed through the ministry of RUF at KSU. Wes loves/will play just about any sport though being great at none (except maybe ping pong). Kelly is a nurse and first class mommy and loves to host students at their home to eat cookies and fellowship with their family.

Grace Potter
Intern
EMAIL
grace.potter@ruf.org
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Grace was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has four brothers and spent much of her childhood playing sports with them. She went on to play basketball at Covenant College, where she graduated from in 2019 with a degree in Biblical & Theological Studies. 

During her time at Covenant, Grace was deeply impacted by other Christians who faithfully invested in her, encouraging and challenging her in her walk with the Lord. She is so excited to have the opportunity to care for students at KSU in the way that she was cared for during her college years.