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Rev. Chette L. Williams, Sr. is in his 12th year as Auburn University's football team chaplain. He is Campus Director for the Auburn University Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Director of Urban Ministries and President of Chette Williams Ministries. A noted speaker, author and vital member of the Auburn football program, Williams ministers on a daily basis not only to coaches, players and their families, but to numerous staff throughout the athletic department as well. Through Bible studies and counseling sessions with players and coaches, he counts it a privilege to serve the Auburn Family. Whether offering guidance, encouragement or spiritual direction; his impact on both players and coaches has been profound and God-inspired, resulting in many souls saved and many wayward Christians brought back to a growing and productive life in Christ.
In recognition of his servant leadership Williams was named the 2008 Keystone Leader-in-Residence by Auburn University's College of Education. He has also received the "Most Distinguished Alumnus" by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and the Chilton County Auburn Club's Unsung Hero Award. Chette's Auburn roots run deep. He was a three-year letterman on the Tigers football team in the early 80's. During his football career Auburn won the Sugar Bowl, the Citrus Bowl and the Liberty Bowl. He graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Adult Education. Chette went on to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he earned a Masters of Divinity in 1993.
Before returning to Auburn to take on the role of team chaplain, Williams served as the president of IMPACT Ministries in Spartanburg, S.C. from 1995-99, as pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church in New Orleans, LA. from 1993-95 and as Associate Pastor of New Song Baptist Church in Mobile, AL. From 1991-93.
Born September 3, 1963, Williams is married to the former Lakeba Hibbler. They have two daughters, Lauren Denise, 14, Caitlyn Mae, 13, and one son, Chette LaRue, Jr., 10.
Randy L. Roberts
Reverend Randy Roberts serves as the basketball and campus chaplain with Auburn University Fellowship of Christian Athletes. A life filled with PASSION about people, athletics and Christ is key in describing the heart of Randy. Born and raised in the small town of Sylvania, GA with four brothers and sisters he is a country boy at heart. Involved with sports at an early age Randy went on to receive a scholarship at Morehouse College to play football. While at Morehouse he received honors as the 98-99 All-Conference & All-American Athlete, Defensive MVP and Team Captain. More importantly during this time he came to know Christ and became involved with campus ministry that has shaped his life to this day. Randy graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics, having seen the impact of Christ is his own life and teammates during college he decided that he wanted to continue being a positive and influential Christian in the world of athletics.
Randy began his career as a Strength and Conditioning Coach working with student-athletes of all collegiate sports. He gained experience at Bucknell University, The University of Illinois at Chicago and Georgia State University.
In the fall of 2007 Randy was called to join the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and take up a new role as a Chaplain. Currently, he serves Auburn University FCA as the Men's Basketball Chaplain and leads campus ministry with all sports. His impact on both students-athletes, coaches and staff has been God-inspired, resulting in many taking closer steps toward God. Through his experiences as a collegiate athlete and coach, Randy has a passion to share his Christian life experiences and have a Godly influence on those around him. Committed to his walk in Faith, he can be described by many as a heartwarming man of God with a compassionate ear, big smile and a touch of country.
Reverend Wayne D. Dickens serves as the Area Representative and Director of High School ministries in East Alabama for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He serves junior high and high schools ministries in Lee, Macon, Tallapoosa, Coosa, Russell, Elmore, Bullock, and Chamber counties. His impact on both students and coaches has been God-inspired, resulting in many souls saved. Roughly 70 junior high and high schools have come to depend on Wayne for guidance, encouragement and spiritual growth.
Dickens, a graduate of Auburn University in December of 2005, was a four-year letterman and starter on the Auburn football team. During his Auburn football career, the tigers went undefeated and were SEC Champions in 2004. Wayne finished his playing career spending one season with the Tennessee Titans.
He married his beautiful wife Stacey on May 23, 2009. Stacey has quickly become an invaluable asset to Wayne and the FCA ministry. Born March 20, 1983 Dickens is the son to Choretta and Wayne Dickens. He also has one younger sister Kimberly Latoya and younger brother Sharif Hakeem.