Inman has been the senior pastor at Lawrenceville First Baptist since 2008. A DeKalb County native, Inman has served churches in Georgia and Louisiana, including serving as the Associate Pastor of Global Impact at First Baptist New Orleans.
Inman earned a Bachelor of Science in Management from Georgia Tech, and he holds both a Master of Divinity and a Master of Theology from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS). He is currently enrolled as a Ph.D. student at NOBTS. Inman is married to April. April is a registered nurse, and she has worked in hospitals in Georgia and Louisiana. She also served as the Congregational Health Nurse at First Baptist New Orleans. Inman and April have three sons, Jacob, Logan and Micah, and one daughter, Grace.
In an amazingly short period of time, the Birmingham-based band went from winning a national talent contest to landing a record deal with Midas Records, a management deal with industry veteran Andrew Patton’s Patton House Entertainment, and a booking agreement with the Greg Oliver Agency. This spring the band will embark on the World on Fire Tour with By the Tree and The Turning.
Lyrically engaging and musically inventive, the Rush Of Fools Sound is being tagged by some as “progressive worship.” Though they are young, they aren’t the least bit hesitant to be bold about their faith. “People want to know the truth. Reality TV is the biggest thing right now,” says guitarist and vocalist Kevin Huguley . “Everyone wants to know what’s real and what’s real is that we are tainted. For far too long now, Christians have been scared to say that because we’ve got to put on our armor and look great in front of everybody. It just doesn’t work because it’s not real and honest. Our message is to tell the truth.”