Jeffery Campbell


Associate Professor of Preaching; W.A. Criswell Chair of Expository Preaching; Dean of Students
Department:
Dr. Jeff Campbell, Associate Professor of Preaching, W.A. Criswell Chair of Expository Preaching, and Dean of Students
Jeffery Campbell 214.818.1307
  • 2014 Ph.D. (Preaching/Pastoral Ministry), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dissertation: “The Role of the Audience in the Preaching Event: A Discussion between Expository Preaching and the New Homiletic.”
  • 2008 M.A. (Ministry), Criswell College
  • 2006 B.A. (Biblical Studies), Criswell College
  • “Text-Driven Arrangement: Allowing Textual Structure to Inform Sermon Progression,” preachingsource.com, June, 2019.
  • “The Prestige Challenge: The Danger of ‘Keeping Up with the Jones’ as a Preacher,” preachingsource.com, June 15, 2018.
  • “Preaching to the Burdened Who Need to Find Rest,” preachingsource.com, June 29, 2017.
  • “Expository Preaching: A Cohesive Definition.” JEHS 16, no. 2 (2016): 30-40.
  • “Expository Preaching: Toward a Working Definition,” Preaching Magazine, vol 31, no 5.
  • “As One with Authority: Preaching, Counseling and the Ministry of the Word,” Preaching Magazine, vol 27, no 4.
  • Evangelical Homiletics Society
  • Church Planting/Revitalization Practicum I
  • Church Planting/Revitalization Practicum II
  • The Roots of a Christian Scholar
  • Principles of Biblical Communication
  • Sermon Delivery
  • Preaching from the Old Testament
  • Preaching from the New Testament
  • Topics in Leadership
  • Teaching from the Bible
  • Preaching from the Bible
  • Topics in Christian Ministry
  • Spiritual Foundations
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