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Stacy Murphree - CAMPUS MINISTER

Stacy began serving as the campus minister at the APSU Baptist Collegiate Ministry in 2010. She is a graduate of Austin Peay State University and has a Masters of Divinity from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. After graduating college, Stacy served as a semester missionary in northeast Thailand. It was during that time that God began to show her the great need to minister to college students both abroad and here at home. Prior to coming to Austin Peay, she served six years as the Collegiate Missions Specialist for the Tennessee Baptist Convention and still enjoys giving students the opportunity to experience new things through missions opportunities. Stacy loves the opportunity to be on the beautiful campus of APSU connecting with new students and being part of the lives of students as they discover God’s amazing plan for their lives. For more info about the BCM, contact Stacy at



Heather is an Austin Peay graduate and is in her fifth year of serving on staff at the BCM. Heather has spent summers serving in both Alaska (2018) and Africa (2019), and she has also served on short-term trips in New York, Mexico, and Maine. She is currently enrolled at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where she is taking classes to receive a MA in Christian Education. If you want contact Heather, you can email her at



Leah is an Austin Peay graduate and starting her first year on staff stepping into the role as Campus Missionary. During her time in college, she was very involved with BCM working with our Discipleship Team and has served as both President and Vice President. Leah has served on short-term mission trips that include Alaska, New York, and Mexico. If you would like to contact Leah, you can email her at


Leadership Team 2023-2024



Our BCM leadership team is guided by our BCM staff and is created to lead the ministry. Our leadership positions range from campus outreach, BCM fellowship, missions, worship, and more. Our leadership team also helps disciple others through our small group Bible studies known as Family Groups. These allow students to grow and mature as believers and followers of Christ while also growing together in friendship. We intentionally pray, train, and encourage one another in being Christ-led disciples. 

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