Financial Literacy Project Director
Helping to shape young men and women in ministry from the financial point of view is the challenge McAfee School of Theology took on in 2013, and with the cost of seminary education rising across the nation, the creation of a Financial Literacy Office could not have come at a better time.
“My desire is to see every student paying for a seminary education without using student loans,” Knights said. “There are scholarships for all kinds of education, and it’s available if you’re willing to look for it and apply. I am happy to do the looking for students; all they will have to do is apply. Mercer supplies scholarships for every student that is accepted, but we would like every student to be on full scholarship.”
- M.S.H.R., National Louis University-Atlanta, 2003
- B.A., Long Island University, 1980