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Dr. Brent H. Burdick

Adjunct Professor of Missions

Email: [email protected]
First Year at Gordon-Conwell:
2015
Expertise: Missions, church planting, pastoral ministry, intercultural training

Biography:

Dr. Brent Burdick went with his family as a missionary to the Philippines in 1991 with One Mission Society. From then until 2011, he helped plant, develop, and lead Filipino churches while training and mentoring Filipino leaders. He served as Field Leader of OMS Philippines, Senior Pastor of Faith Fellowship Ministry Center, President of Faith Bible College, and President of Faith Evangelical Church of the Philippines.

Now based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Dr. Burdick serves as Adjunct Professor of Missions and Global Engagement Coordinator at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He also serves as the Director of the Lausanne Global Classroom, which is an educational initiative of the Lausanne Movement to equip Christians on issues impacting the global church. He is on the boards of Great Commission Consulting, an organization that provides pre-field evaluations for cross-cultural sending organizations, and of the Bible Coalition, which focuses on Bible literacy and training world-wide. He is the former Executive Director of the Center for Intercultural Training, a partnership of mission agencies that trains missionaries for cultural adjustment based in Union Mills, NC.

Brent earned the Doctor of Ministry degree in 2011 from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky, where he was a Beeson International Scholar.

He has been married to Kim since 1984. They have four adult children and four grandchildren.

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Degrees

  • BA (University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK)
  • MA (Asbury Theological Seminary, KY)
  • DMin (Asbury Theological Seminary, KY)

Select List of Publications

  • Coaching Pastors of Faith Evangelical Church of the Philippines Churches for Church Growth. Doctoral Dissertation: Burdick, Brent Hunter. Asbury Theological Seminary, 2011.
  • Gospel Issues for the Global Church: Participating in the Great Commission Today. Forthcoming 2023

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