Kris Boswell

Middle School Youth Director



Kristopher “Boz” Boswell was born and raised in Northern California where he spent 21 years before joining the United States Army. During his military career, Boz reached the rank of sergeant, met his wife Britt, and also accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. Early in 2012, as Boz was in his second tour overseas, he was informed that he had an autoimmune reaction to a vaccination that led to the development of Type 1 diabetes and that he would be medically discharged. After much struggle, prayer, and counsel, Boz was honorably discharged in November of 2013.

Boz and Britt landed near Britt’s family in Jackson TN. They found Fellowship and knew right away that it was home. Boz began volunteering with the Middle School Youth ministry that winter and continued to serve while pursuing an undergraduate degree in Education from Union University. Volunteering led to an internship where Boz began to truly understand what youth ministry was for and how his gifts would help grow the ministry.

In August 2016, Boz was asked to take the role of Interim Middle School Youth Director while also finishing his last year of school. After he graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Education in May 2017, Boz accepted a full-time position as the Middle School Youth Director at Fellowship. He also began a Masters of Divinity in Pastoral Studies program through Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Boz looks forward to what God has for him as he continues to invest in the lives of Middle School students. His hope is that each teenager that comes to Fellowship Student Ministries will not only come to understand the Gospel but that they will come to know Jesus Christ himself.