Pastor Phillip Luther
Pastor Phillip Luther was born in Boone, NC in 1984. After an invitation to join a youth rally in April of 2000, Pastor Luther heard the Gospel of the Lord Jesus and trusted Him as his Savior.
In June of 2004, Pastor Luther felt the call to surrender to preach the Bible and did so on June 14, 2004. He went to Bible College that fall and graduated in May 2010 from Ambassador Baptist College.
In January 2010, Pastor Luther came to Boiling Springs Baptist as the Youth Director and Assistant Pastor where he faithfully served in that role for 9 years. In April 2019, the church voted Pastor Luther to become the Pastor of Boiling Springs Baptist Church.
Pastor and his wife were married in June of 2009 and have two beautiful and energetic children.
Pastor Luther has a love for the Lord, his family and enjoys a good day on the lake bass fishing.
Assistant Pastor Kenny Scoggins
Growing up in a pastor’s home, ministry has been a central part to Kenny's life. Early on, he made a profession of faith and was called at the age of twelve to preach the Gospel.
To equip himself for ministry, he attended Crown College and received a Bachelor’s of Youth Ministry Degree. It was during his senior year of college God began to deal with him about assurance of his salvation. He yielded to God, settled his salvation, and continued serving the Lord.
Soon after graduating from college, he began serving as a youth/music pastor at New Hope Baptist Church in Roanoke, Virginia. In June 2017, he began serving with his father at Community Baptist Church in Lenoir City, TN as the Assistant Pastor. During his time in Tennessee, he completed his Master’s of Ministry degree in 2019 from Crown Seminary.
He and his wife Erin, have been married nine years and have three children: Kyla, Kassidy, and Ean. God led Kenny and his family to Boiling Springs in June of 2022 to serve as the Assistant/Youth Pastor. They are excited about the days ahead and all that God will do. His life verse is Hebrews 11:6 “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.”