Published January 24, 2017
Tony Hough retired from serving as the director of missions for the Shelby Baptist Association after 10 years of service.
In addition to his time at Shelby Association, Hough is a graduate of Southern Seminary, a former NAMB church planter, and former director of missions for the Long Run Baptist Association.
"Tony is a great missiologist and a gifted teacher," Eric Allen, Kentucky Baptist Convention’s missions mobilization team leader, said. "I wish him well as he seeks new ways to use his gifts to further the Kingdom."
Even though his time at Shelby Association has come to an end, "My calling remains to minister to ministers, as it has been since the middle of my tenure in Wisconsin in the early 1980’s," Hough said.
He continued, "As part of that calling, I hope to continue teaching for Campbellsville University."
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