Morris, Dr. Charles

Adjunct Professor
John Wesley School of Leadership

Ph.D., Leadership - Religion Concentration, Tennessee Temple University, 2011
Master of Arts, Biblical Studies, Southern California Seminary, 2008
Masters of Religious Studies, Harvest Institute for Biblical Studies, 2006
Bachelor of Biblical Studies, Harvest Institute for Biblical Studies, 2006
Associate of Arts, Grossmont College, 1988
Additional Studies through Liberty University

Academic Experience

Adjunct Faculty - Tennessee Temple University, 2009-Present 
Adjunct Faculty - Horizon University, 2011-Present
Dean of Students/Director - Harvest Institute for Biblical Studies, 2008-2009
Doctoral Dissertation Committees - Chair and Reader, various
Member, Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), 2012-Present

Teaching Specializations

Spiritual Disciplines
Introduction to Leadership/Aspects of Leadership
Organizational Development

Ministry & Professional Experience

Pastor of Education and Discipleship, Chilhowee Hills Baptist Church, 2000-Present
Minister of Education and Students, First Southern Baptist Church, San Diego, 1996-2000
Minister to Students, Del Cerro Baptist Church, 1994-1996


Doctoral Dissertation, unpublished. "The Relationship Between Church Staff Members' Job Satisfaction and their Perception of Pastoral Servant Leadership." 2011
"Your Recommitment to Jesus Christ," an unpublished booklet, 2011
Guest Presenter, Tennessee Temple University Ph.D. Leadership Residency 
Guest Presenter, "Equipped for Excellence." Sunday School training, California 


Named "Outstanding Student" of the 2006 Harvest Institute for Biblical Studies graduating class

Denominational & Community Service

Chairman, Knox County Association of Baptists Finance Committee
Associational Officer, Knox County Association of Baptists
President, Neal's Landing Homeowner's Association
Volunteer Public Address Announcer for High School football, basketball and baseball
Member, National Association for Sports Public Address Announcers (NASPAA)

Morris, Dr. Charles