About The Author:
Doug was raised in an unchurched family where he only went to church for holidays and funerals. At age 16, Doug came to put his faith in Jesus Christ as the resurrected Lord.
God called Doug to ministry in 2000 and then provided an avenue for pastoral training through a B.A. in Business Administration from Baylor University, an MDiv from Truett Seminary at Baylor, and and PhD in Theological Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. He was blessed to learn the practical side of ministry while serving on the staff of what he considers his home church for 9 years. He currently serves as a the teaching pastor over all campuses of LifePoint Church as well as the campus pastor of the Frisco location.
Doug is the husband to Natalie and father to Grace and Jimmy Doug (Arriving in Fall 2015). He has a passion to make disciple-making disciples who are deployed to make disciples of all the nations. Accordingly, Doug also writes in the areas of church history, discipleship, and American culture. When not pastoring or writing, Doug enjoys a good cup of hot tea, a good pickup basketball game, and a good comedy.
– PhD in Theological Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (2011)
– MDiv, Truett Theological Seminary (2007)
– BA in Business Administration – Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society, Baylor University (2004)
- Academic Organizations
- Evangelical Theological Society (2007–present)
- Conference on Faith and History (2007–2009)
- American Society of Church History (2007–2009)