Under the direction of Interim President Cliff McDaniel, Arlington Baptist University announces Dr. Brady Blevins as the Chair of the School of Ministry Leadership.

As Chair of the department, Blevins brings over sixteen years of leadership to the position. His responsibilities will include the ministry degrees in Arlington Baptist University’s undergraduate programs.

“Brady is an exceptional professor in the classroom and has served the Lord faithfully for us,” McDaniel said. “His new position will afford him the ability to recruit students from our churches and across the spectrum.”

Dr. Blevins is no stranger to Arlington Baptist University. He earned his Bachelor of Science from ABU, and his Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies. He has also earned his Master of Arts in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University, and his Doctorate in Educational Ministry (D.Ed.Min.) from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

He has been a professor at Arlington Baptist University since 2004, and also serves as the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School of Theology.

He is the Senior Apologist at the Watchman Fellowship, where he has served for seven years. He lives in Mansfield, Texas, along with his wife Jennifer, and two children, Drew (17) and Madison (15). They are members of Walnut Ridge Baptist Church (Mansfield, Texas).

Arlington Baptist University is a private Bible university in Arlington, Texas, offering Bachelor and Masters degrees. It is the official education institution of the World Baptist Fellowship, and is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education, the Texas State Board for Educator Certification, and the Texas Veterans Commission. It was founded in 1939 by Dr. J. Frank Norris.

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