Dr. Robin Hadaway is professor of missions at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, having joined the faculty in 2003. Dr. Hadaway came to MBTS following 18 years of service with the IMB. During that time, Dr. Hadaway was a church planter in North Africa and Tan¬zania. His 18 years with the IMB included administrative positions such as strategy co¬ordinator, cluster leader, and finally Regional Leader for Eastern South America, with oversight of 350 missionaries in Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay.
In his early years, Dr. Hadaway was an officer in the U.S. Air Force, stationed in Alaska and Nevada. He then became a senior pastor of churches in California and Arizona. Dr. Hadaway received the Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, the Doctor of Ministry from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and the Doctor of Theology from the University of South Africa. He also pursued graduate work at Dallas Theological Seminary and Fuller Theological Seminary. His undergraduate degree is from Memphis State University. He is a native of Tallahassee, FL. He is married to the former Kathy Baze of Phoenix, AZ. They have three grown children.
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, Liberty, MO
- “Magical Mystical Muslims” in Margins of Islam —
- “Harvest Missions vs. Pioneer Missions in Paradigms in Conflict, 2nd ed. —
- “The Missionary Call” in Missiology, 2nd ed. —
- “The ‘Unknown God’ of Acts 17:16-34” —
- “Contextualization in Missions” —
- “A Course Correction in Missions: Rethinking the Two-Percent Threshold” —
- “For Tropical Preaching: Proclaiming Biblical Truth Cross-Culturally” —