Dr. Peter Kendrick
Dr. Peter W. KendrickProfessor of Theology and Culture
Associate Regional Dean GA/AL
Director of North GA Center
Occupying the Nelson L. Price Chair of Leadership


Office: 1000 Johnson Ferry Road Suite C-115, Marietta, GA 30068
Office Phone: (770) 321-1606
Fax: (770) 321-5363
Home Phone:
E-Mail: pkendrick@nobts.edu

Education

  • BS Shorter University, Rome, GA
  • MDiv New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • ThD New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

Teaching Experience

  • Professor of Theology and Culture, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Adjunct Professor of Theology and History, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary,

Teaching Specializations

  • Soteriology, Liberation Theology

Ministry Experience

  • North Mission Board, Urban Church Planting Team Leader, Alpharetta, GA
  • State Director of Missions, Baptist State Convention of OH
  • Director of Mission, Steel Valley Baptist Association, Warren, OH
  • Pastor, Crestview Baptist Church, Stow, OH
  • Pastor, Shoreline Park Baptist Church, Waveland, MS
  • Pastor, Fort Creek Baptist Church, Dearing, GA

Publications

Dissertation

  • Christian Freedom and Liberation: A Biblical and Theological Critique Of The Concept Of Salvation In The Theology Of Gustavo Gutiérrez.

Essays

  • Back to the Future: A Brief History of Southern Baptist Urban Emphasis, NAMB
  • Look Who's Coming to Potluck: A Look Into New SBC Congregation, NAMB
  • Rediscovering the Urban Church Planter, NAMB
  • Are You Asking The Right Questions? A Field Guide To Urban Church Planting, NAMB
  • Prayer Is Not For The Timid of Heart, NAMB

Workshops

  • Shake, Bow, or Kiss: A Cross-Cultural Competency Training Workshop
  • The Call: A Life-Long Journey of Service (media presentation)
  • If Strangling Isn't An Option: Dealing With Difficult People

Training Manuals and Guides

  • MIssionary Candidate Interview Tips
  • Making The Move To The Field: A Transitional Guide
  • Multihousing Church Planting ToolKit (gen. ed)
  • Developing and Managing People (contributor)

Family Missions Statement

  • “To love and serve the least, last, and lost.”

Hobbies

  • Motorcycling, Canoeing, Swimming, Tae-Kwon-Do

OUR MISSION

The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


DIVISIONS

Biblical Studies
Christian Education
Church and Community Ministries
Church Music Ministries
Pastoral Ministries
Theological and Historical Studies
STAY CONNECTED
facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Pinterest


GET THE NOBTS APP
Apple Android Windows


CURRENT STUDENTS
Blackboard Self-Serve Wordpress