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May 7, 2008Leadership

Joining the Faculty of Southeastern Seminary

Danny Akin sent out an email yesterday to the faculty and students at Southeastern indicating I was joining their faculty. So, I thought I better make that official (or as official as a blog can make anything)!

I am joining the faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary as Visiting Research Professor of Missiology.

As I mentioned earlier, I will also be on the faculty of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. And, I do plan to finish my teaching at some other schools where I have committed. But, I plan to focus my non-SBC teaching at Trinity and my SBC teaching at Southeastern.

I will be working with the SEBTS faculty there to help prepare students who are biblically sound and focused on the Great Commission. The seminary has a remarkable focus on the Great Commission and a passion for church planting and missions. In the coming months, they will be sharing some new programs, both at the Masters and the Ph.D. level, that will be of interest to many of you.

Danny Akin is a leading voice calling for a Great Commission Resurgence in the SBC. I am glad to be on team with him and the fine leadership of SEBTS.

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