Conner, Dustin

Adjunct Professor
North American Church Planting
Piedmont Divinity School
PhD in Applied Theology (in progress), Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
MDiv in Missiology, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary 2014
BA in Bible, Piedmont International University 2008


Dustin serves Carolina University as professor for North American Church Planting. He is passionate about making disciples, planting churches, and mentoring students to use their lives for the glory of Christ and the benefit of their city. Dustin regularly helps connect students with local churches who are active in saturating their community with the gospel and serves local church planters with both education options and helping bridge relationships. Academically, Dustin’s research interests include philosophies and theories related to missiology, contextualization, gospel saturation of cities, contextual church planting in North America, engaging digital culture, and relating biblical exegesis to cultural exegesis.

Courses Taught

Disciple-Making & Church Planting in North America
Methods & Strategies in North American Church Planting
Contextualization in North American Mission

Books, Articles, Memberships, Presentations

"Communicating the #Gospel Message Within a Post-Postmodern, Digitally Connected Culture" Global Missiology Journal Vol 1. No 11. (2013)
Unpublished missiological articles at
Member of the Evangelical Missiological Society
“Engaging Nones and Millennials” conference breakout presentation

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