Journal of Christian Ministry | 2010 – New Editorial Board

2010 – New Editorial Board

2010 – New Editorial Board


I am thrilled to announce the new Editorial Board of the The Journal of Christian Ministry.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”transparent” position=”center” up=”2″ down=”0″]

The following people have volunteered their expertise to help the ADME constituency make a greater scholarly contribution to the church of Jesus Christ.
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Martin Crain is Director of Professional Doctoral Programs and Associate
Professor of Pastoral Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in
Deerfield, Illinois. Prior to coming to Trinity, Dr. Crain served nine years as
district superintendent of the New England district of the Evangelical Free
Church of America (EFCA).

David Jones is the Director of Doctor of Ministry Program at Austin Presbyterian
Seminary. Dr. Jones has over 21 years of pastoral experience. He graduated from
Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and wrote a dissertation
entitled “Embracing the Lost Sheep: Creating a Parish-Based Counseling
Ministry for those Wounded by Problem Drinking.”

Barbara Mutch is the Vice-President Academic, Charles Bentall Professor of
Pastoral Studies and the Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at Carey
Theological College. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, Barbara’s
Doctor of Ministry thesis project focused on discovering images of God that
enable sexually abused women to pray.

Nancy Claire Pittman is Associate Professor of the Practice of Ministry and
Director of D.Min program at Phillips Theological Seminary. A New Testament
scholar, Dr. Pittman earned a Ph.D. from Southern Methodist University. She
previously served as Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies at Tainan
Theological College and Seminary, in Taiwan.

Mark Tolbert is the Director, Doctor of Ministry Program and the Associate
Professor of Evangelism and Pastoral Ministry at New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana.