Nuss to retire after leading Alabama Baptist collegiate ministries for two decades

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Mike Nuss doesn’t remember the name of the school where he did his six weeks of student teaching. But he does remember this — the very real feeling that it wasn’t for him.

And he remembers being surprised by that.

“I really wanted to be a high school guidance counselor,” Nuss explained. “I wanted to do personal counseling, work with students and help them make life choices.”

So that’s what he studied at the University of Montevallo — kind of.

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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.

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