Rev. Case has been pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Woodville, Mississippi, and of the Bethany Presbyterian Church (established in 1808)
since 1974. He has served as the Stated Clerk of Grace Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America since 1991, having previously been the recording clerk of the same Presbytery.
Rev. Case graduated from Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science and a Kentucky teaching certificate. He attended Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia, Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson in 1974 with the Master of Divinity degree. He was ordained to the Gospel ministry in Woodville in August of 1974.
In 1997, at age 49, he married the former Rachel Wilson of Charlotte, North Carolina, the daughter of a Presbyterian minister. The Cases have five children, Thomas Jonathan Jackson (8), Laura Elisabeth (7), Emilie Kathleen (6), Preston Brooks (4), and Robert Lewis Dabney (2).
For a period of time Rev. Case privately published The Southern Presbyterian Advocate, and later served as editor of The Concerened Presbyterian Magazine. He also served on the board of Concerned Presbyterians, had several articles published in The Standard Bearer Magazine, and contributed an article on the doctrine of the Covenant in the Westminster Standards that was published in the Protestant Reformed Theological Journal. He is a member of the Honourable Order of Kentucky Colonels.