Philip F. Humphries
Adjunct Professor in Christian Education
B.S., Virginia Tech, 1975; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary, 1986; D.Min., 1997.
Dr. Humphries majored in public administration in college and worked for 7 years as a tax auditor before God called him into full-time ministry. After earning his Th.M. in Christian Education from Dallas Seminary, he has worked as an associate pastor of church education at a church in Virginia, and as director of small group development and later executive pastor at Scofield Bible Church in Dallas. He is currently pastoring a new church in Richardson whose focus is reaching the unchurched, the unsaved and those who desire significant life-change that comes only from a relationship with Jesus Christ. His wife, Kim, is an adjunct teacher in the counseling program at DTS.
- DM330 - Biblical Patterns for Contemporary Parenting
- CE505-2 - Communication and Conflict Resolution
- "Review of 'Senior Adult Ministry in the Twenty-first Century: Step-by-step Strategies for Reaching People over Fifty.'" Bibliotheca Sacra 160, no. 639 (2003). 381-384.
- Christian education in the areas of small groups
- Family life
- Christian home
- Associate church ministries
- Time with my wife