Timothy J. Peck, D.Min.
Adjunct Professor, Department of Biblical and Religious Studies
Phone: (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3367
Tim is the director of chapel programs and adjunct professor of biblical studies and practical theology. He has a B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies from Biola University, an M.Div. in New Testament Language and Literature from Talbot School of Theology, and a D.Min. in Preaching from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Has written articles on preaching and church leadership for Preaching Today, Preaching Journal, Journal of the American Society for Church Growth, and Worship Leader, as well as chapters in the Preacher’s Toolkit (Hendrickson Publishers) and Dictionary of Everyday Theology and Culture (NavPress). He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in theology, leadership, preaching, world religions, and biblical studies, and his pastoral experience is in church planting, leading a large, multistaff church, pastoring a turnaround congregation, college chaplaincy, and law enforcement chaplaincy. He is an ordained presbyter in the Anglican Church in North America, and enjoys rock climbing, hiking, camping, and reading.
- School of Theology
- Department of Practical Theology
- Department of Biblical and Religious Studies
- MIN 401/402 - Christian Ministry Internship I/II
- MINC 456 – Ministry Organization and Administration
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