Doug Clark, M.Div

Adjunct Professor


Education

MDiv, Gordan Conwell Theological Seminary
MS in mass communication, Florida International University
BA in mass communication, University of West Georgia
US Army Captain’s Career Course
US Army Chaplain Officer Basic Course

Contact

[email protected]

Prior to answering a call to ordained ministry, preaching and teaching, Doug Clark, adjunct professor of Bible, communication and speech, served in various communication positions including radio announcer, journalist and communication director. He was ordained in 2013, as a teaching elder (pastor) in the Presbyterian Church in America. In 2014 he was endorsed by the Presbyterian and Reformed Commission on Chaplains. In 2015, he earned his commission as a US Army officer and chaplain. Doug has preached countless sermons and has published numerous newspaper, magazine and corporate articles and enjoys integrating his communication skills into his chaplain ministry and preaching.

His research interests include Greek and Hebrew, eschatology, Church history and persuasive communication strategies and tactics. Doug loves traveling and experiencing other cultures; and has been to Scotland, England, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Israel, Jordan and Puerto Rico.

Doug is married and has three nearly adult children.

Awards, Affiliations, and Achievements

  • Society of Professional Journalists writing scholarship
  • Graduate honors scholarship from Kappa Tau Alpha (National Honor Society for Journalism and Mass Communication)
  • Graduate Assistantship in Greek and Hebrew
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Army Service Medal
  • US Army Achievement Award
  • Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain, US Army
  • Kappa Tau Alpha (National Honor Society for Journalism and Mass Communication)
  • Society of Professional Journalists
  • Georgia Speech Press Association
  • American Legion
  • Teaching elder in South Florida Presbytery
  • US Army