Jason Lowe serves as the Associational Mission Strategist for the Pike Association of Southern Baptists, a local network of Southern Baptist churches located in southeastern Kentucky that seek to partner together to reach eastern Kentucky and the world for Jesus Christ. He also serves as the Executive Pastor for First Baptist Church in Pikeville, KY.

In addition to these ministry roles, Jason utilizes his background in statistics to conduct analytical research on issues relevant to the church. His recent studies have ranged from examining spiritual lostness among different regions in Kentucky, the perceived value of local associations among Southern Baptists, best practices of pastor search committees, and current safety & security practices of local churches. He has also served as a statistical consultant on research projects for various ministry organizations, including the Southern Baptist Conference of Associational Leaders, the Kentucky Baptist Convention, and the Central Kentucky Network of Baptists.

A native of Pikeville,  Jason earned a Bachelor of Science in Statistics from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, KY.  He also holds a Master of Divinity in Missions and Evangelism from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.  Prior to serving in vocational ministry, Jason worked for more than 10 years as a Data Analyst in the healthcare industry.

Jason has been happily married to Brandi since 2002. The couple has two sons: Isaiah and Noah.

If you need assistance in conducting ministry research, you can email Jason at dom.pasb@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/jasonalowe.

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