Brent Roe-Hall is Assistant Dean of Vocation & Spiritual Formation at Lipscomb University. Brent is passionate about fostering space for students to engage in spiritually formative experiences and relationships during their time at Lipscomb that help them discover how they can serve the world God loves. Roe-Hall leads the Office of Vocation & Spiritual Formation, which creates spiritual formation and vocational discovery opportunities for the undergraduate student body, and the Lipscomb Mentoring Network, which places all new students in mentoring relationships for the purpose of academic success and community engagement. He also teaches courses in bible, ethics, and vocation.
Brent completed his undergraduate studies at Harding University in Bible, Ministry, and Communication and holds a Masters of Divinity from Vanderbilt University Divinity School. He and his wife, Sarah (also a Lipscomb staff member), and their dog, Coakley, love people, love their city, and love the Lipscomb community. Brent enjoys teaching, preaching, reading, learning, playing music, incessant puns, being a coffee snob, and making sure people feel seen and cared for.