Todd and Pam Bradley
Todd is a retired seminary professor and USAF officer with 29 years of active duty. After his military career he was ordained to the gospel ministry and has served on faculties at several institutions over a decade and a half. His primary focus has been teaching missions and leadership at schools like Dallas Seminary, Grace Seminary, and the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Beirut, Lebanon and has led numerous student mission trips into the Middle East and North Africa. He also teaches for Perspectives in World Missions as well as Encountering the World of Islam. He has been a board member for Middle East Bible Outreach and Christianity Explored and has recently served as Vice President for Academic Affairs at Williamson College in Franklin, Tennessee.
During his military career Todd served in a variety of intercultural and leadership positions including working as a NATO staff officer with the Turkish Air Force, serving as the director for an international operations during the Bosnian conflict, and being the U.S. Senior Military Liaison Officer to German Intelligence. He completed his military service as the Associate Dean for the National Intelligence University in Washington, D.C. where he taught Middle East studies.
Todd is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in history. He later completed masters degrees with the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College where he focused on Strategy and the Middle East, an MA in Religion from Liberty University, and a doctorate in missions at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. As part of his MA work, he studied at Jerusalem University College in Jerusalem, Israel.
Todd has been married to Pam for almost 48 years. They have known each other since they were seven years old and married soon after high school graduation. They have two sons: Matthew who is the senior pastor of All Saints Presbyterian Church in Brentwood, Tennessee, and Adam who has recently completed 15 years at the Department of State as a counter-terrorism policy officer and now serves in the same capacity for the Texas Department of Public Safety. Todd and Pam have two grandsons.
Todd loves working with people from other cultures and strengthening their faith in the gospel. He recognizes the strategic aspect of strong ministry leadership in regards to the health of the Church and has dedicated his life to helping pastors to be strong in God’s word and able to love and lead well.