Greg Waddell was a missionary church planter in Uruguay and Argentina from 1982 to 2004. He served as the Executive Director for Envoy Christian Mission from 2004 to 2006. He is now a member of the core teaching faculty at Mid-South Christian College (MSCC). His responsibilities with MSCC include teaching classes in leadership and directing the process of accreditation.
Dr. Waddell also serves as an adjunct professor in the Business Department of Victory University, in Memphis, TN where he teaches courses in Business Strategy and Organizational Behavior.
He has a Doctor of Strategic Leadership degree from Regent University. His area of emphasis was organizational learning and cultural diversity. He also has an M.A. in Practical Theology from the Cincinnati Christian Seminary (now the Cincinnati Christian University) and an M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University.
Dr. Waddell and his wife Dawn live in Southaven, Mississippi, just south of Memphis.
His theological roots lie in the Restoration Movement tradition, a movement that has a dual focus of Christian unity and loyalty to the Bible as the inspired Word of God. This tradition is represented by churches that refer to themselves as Independent Christian Churches. He considers himself non-denominational and united with all who profess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
Dr. Waddell’s’ interests revolve around organizational theory as applied both to the corporate world and also to the church. His areas of research include organizational learning; cultural diversity; institutional improvement; hermeneutics; eschatology and other areas related to theology and organizational theory.
He is a native speaker of English but also speaks fluent Spanish.
Dr. Waddell’s recent work and research has been in the areas of individual capacity development, member-driven ministry, pastoral coaching, and strategic vision management.
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