Assistant Professor of Applied Theology and Homiletics (ACTS)

Department(s) or Program(s)


Kent Anderson is the Dean of Northwest Baptist Seminary and an Associate Professor of Homiletics at ACTS Seminaries of Trinity Western University. He has been at ACTS for 11 years, a further 11 years of pastoral experience in Western Canada. He has taught hundreds of students around the world and has preached in more than 100 churches. Anderson has served as President of the Evangelical Homiletics Society and also owns and operates Kent is married and has three teenage children.

Research & Scholarship


BRE; M.Min.; M.Div. (Northwest Baptist); PhD (Southwestern).

Awards & Honors

Notable Accomplishments and Experiences

  • Founding member and current officer of the Evangelical Homeletics Society
  • Founding member of the board of WINGS Fellowship Ministries, which operates shelters for abused women in BC
  • International speaker and teacher

Recent Publications

  • Preaching with Conviction: Communicating with Postmodern Listeners (2001);
  • Preaching with Integrity (2003).
  • Choosing to Preach (2006).

Affiliations & Memberships

  • Evangelical Homiletics Society
  • Who's Who in Executives and Professionals


Christian theology, postmodern culture, Homiletics (creation of sermon or morally instructive lecture), Spiritual Formation, Leadership, Preaching, and History of the pulpit