Bryan Lindner, who has been the interim athletic director at the Fellowship Christian School in Roswell, has been named athletic director.
The school made the announcement on Monday.
Lindner, who had served in the interim role since May, was the Roswell school’s assistant athletic director for four years and joined the athletic department in 2008.
“We are excited to name Bryan as our next athletic director,” FCS Head of School Kathy Teston said in a statement. “He is a godly man of faith who passionately supports our athletic programs. Bryan is a true leader who represents our school well, and is also a great mentor to our coaching staff, student-athletes and their families.”
“I am both humbled and extremely proud to represent Fellowship Christian School,” Lindner said. “I am grateful for this opportunity, and love this school, administration, faculty, staff and students. It is my mission to help this great institution develop its athletic programs, and help young men and women grow in their faith.”
During his career at Fellowship, Lindner has directed the day-to-day operations of athletics for the Roswell school, which includes 840 students in grades PK-12.
He has been a head coach of four varsity sports at FCS during his career, and currently serves as the school’s athletic chaplain.
Lindner, 39, earned a master’s degree in Christian education with a concentration in leadership and administration from Omega Bible Institute & Seminary in Monroe, La., in 2003. He also earned a bachelor’s degree in Christian ministry from Andersonville Theological Seminary in Andersonville, Ga., in 2001.
Lindner and his wife, Anna Lee, and their children, Brandon, Cole and Abi, reside in Ball Ground.