Will Randolph is the former Director of Aging and Older Adult Ministries, United Methodist Church, Nashville, TN. He is one of the founders of the first Boomerfest, which took place in Nashville in September 2016. A former church pastor and hospice and seniors’ home chaplain, Randolph enjoys helping clergy and church leaders develop their older adult ministries and helping people deal with the aging process. “Aging is a lifetime process, and that’s something that a lot of people don’t really think about until they wake up one day and discover that they are getting old”, he says. “I want to help people see aging as growing and gaining, and growing closer to God.”
Will Randolph is a graduate of Duke University with degrees in religion and political science. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Candler School of Theology and his Doctor of Ministry in Aging and Spirituality degree from United Theological Seminary. He writes and blogs extensively about Boomers and Spirituality and is in much demand as a speaker and workshop leader.