Ronnie Ingle served five years as the Youth Pastor of a large church in Durham, NC. He moved to Kernersville, NC in 1996 to start a new church. He has served as the Senior Pastor of New Life Tabernacle-UPC of Kernersville since August of 1996.Ronnie graduated from High Point University with a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, with all University Honors, on May 8, 2004. He majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Sociology. While pastoring his congregation, Ronnie attended an evening part-time program at a North Carolina law school and graduated with a Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude, on May 14, 2011.While in law school, he served on the Law Review as Associate Editor in 2009-2010, and then was elected as Senior Student Works Editor for 2010-2011. Ronnie was a member of the school's Trial Practice Team and traveled with the team twice to Atlanta, GA, competing in 2010 in the National Trial Competition, and competing in 2011 in the American Association for Justice Competition (AAJ). Ronnie served as the Exchequer for Phi Delta Phi, an international honors society. He also is a member of the Christian Legal Society, as well as the Order of the Crown (Scholastic Leadership Society). He was admitted to the NC Bar in 2011 and is admitted to practice in all NC courts, as well as the Middle and Eastern Districts of Federal Court. Ronnie is the proud father of four children: Monty, Alita, Devan, and Ronnie. Ronnie's dream is to serve the community as a member of the bar, as well as a member of the clergy. He believes the Lord has called him to engage in an interesting and exciting practice of both areas.