Associate Professor of Evangelism, L.R. Scarborough Chair of Evangelism ("Chair of Fire"), and Associate Director for Doctoral Programs, Roy Fish School
Dr. Queen serves as the L.R. Scarborough Chair of Evangelism ("Chair of Fire"), Associate Professor of Evangelism, and Associate Dean for Doctoral Programs in the Roy Fish School of Evangelism and Missions. He is married to Hope and has two daughters, Madison and Matia. He and his family are members of Lane Prairie Baptist Church, Joshua, Texas.
Dr. Queen’s research and writing focus primarily on the gospel message and personal evangelism. He regularly contributes articles to Theological Matters, the official blog of Southwestern Seminary. His dissertation, “A Theological Assessment of the Gospel Content in Selected Southern Baptist Sources”, explores and assess the way that the Southern Baptist Convention has articulated the gospel message throughout its history. Dr. Queen books include A Passion for the Great Commission, Everyday Evangelism, and Mobilize to Evangelize. He has also contributed several articles to books and journals, including “Seeking the Lost and Perishing” and “Bringing the Gospel Home: A Biblical Examination of Home Evangelism in Acts.”
Dr. Queen evangelizes with students weekly through Everyday Evaneglism, an initiative that encourages students to share the Gospel wherever they are with whomever they meet. His previous church ministry includes serving as senior pastor, associate pastor for evangelism and discipleship, and minister of students and music. He regularly leads Evangelism Workshops and preaches in churches.