Adjunct Professor of Counseling
Pastor George Sweet joins Northeastern Baptist College with the call of God in his life to Vermont. He has been in Vermont serving as pastor of The Baptist Fellowship of Randolph since 2006, with the spiritual gift of teaching. George Sweet has a love for God’s Word and for helping others understand and apply its teaching practically to their lives. George, as an Adjunct Professor, has a vision to help students in his classes at NEBC learn how to minister in the ways that they are individually and uniquely created, gifted and equipped. He holds a BA in Psychology, MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and an M.Div. He has served as a seminary extension coordinator and on Boards of Directors for multiple organizations. George is married to Gina, father to Luke (20) and Katie (18). Enjoys basketball, hiking, and playing the drums.
D. Min., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2017
Master of Divinity, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1999
Master of Arts, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Appalachian State University, 1987
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Furman University, 1985