Rev. Will Clark was born in Jackson, TN near Lambuth University, and is the product of Jackson Madison County public schools. Following high school, Will attended the University of Tennessee at Martin. While attending UTM, Will was an ROTC cadet and was involved in the Wesley Foundation at UTM. While in college and graduate school, Will enlisted and served in both the Tennessee Army National Guard and United States Army Reserves, both as an enlisted soldier and officer. In 2014, Will graduated from UT Martin, receiving a Bachelors of Arts degree, majoring in History with minors in Religious Studies and Military Science. Will then moved to Durham, North Carolina to attend Duke Divinity School where he received his Master of Divinity in 2017. While attending Duke, Will served on the Executive Committee of the Methodist House of Studies, as Duke Basketball graduate usher, and worked as Resident Assistant for Duke Housing, Dining, and Resident Life. Will is the son of Jeff and Laurie Clark, and brother to Claire Clark. You can often find him cheering on the Tennessee Volunteers, Duke Blue Devils, Nashville Predators, and Chicago Cubs. Will is an avid reader of history, sports, or theology. Will is passionate about Christian discipleship, worship, the Sacraments, and seeing everyone continue to grow in God's grace.