“God can do more through you than you could ever imagine, if you will simply put yourself on the altar, and say, Yes, Lord.”– Adam W. Greenway
“God can do more through you than you could ever imagine, if you will simply put yourself on the altar, and say, Yes, Lord.”
Adam W. Greenway was elected as the ninth president of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary on February 27, 2019.
A Southwesterner himself (M.Div., 2002), Greenway has intentionally built upon the rich legacy handed down to Southwestern Seminary by the hundreds of men and women who’ve served on Seminary Hill over more than one hundred years.
His vision for Southwestern Seminary is the same as has been in place since the seminary’s founding: dedication to a high view of Scripture, commitment to the Baptist Faith and Message 2000, active pursuit of the Great Commission, and cooperation for the cause of the Gospel.
A native of Frostproof, Fla., Greenway is a 1998 graduate of Samford University who earned a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Seminary in 2002. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in Evangelism and Apologetics from Southern Seminary in 2007. In 2016, Greenway completed a Master of Nonprofit Administration degree at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.
As a student on Seminary Hill, Greenway met his wife Carla. They have been married since 2003 and have two children, Wade and Caroline. Carla Greenway, a 2002 Master of Arts in Christian Education graduate of Southwestern Seminary, has served several Southern Baptist churches in children’s and family ministry roles, as well as in Christian school administration.
Adam W. Greenway is widely known in Southern Baptist circles as a committed evangelist, serious scholar, and proven administrator. Before being elected president of Southwestern, Greenway served as dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Under his leadership, the Billy Graham School experienced record enrollment. When he was appointed dean in 2013, the school had 1,381 total students, 501 of which were M.Div. students. At his departure, there were over 2,100 total students and nearly 1,000 M.Div. students.
Good to be with the @FBCGallatinmain family of faith on this Lord’s Day. Thankful for every opportunity to bring greetings from @SWBTS and to proclaim God’s Word to one of our cooperating @SBCCP churches. Grateful for the friendship of pastor @TravisDFleming and @JennaFleming81.
A thousand amens. Our @SWBTS and @TXBaptCollege Communications team, under the capable leadership of @JamesASmithSr, has excelled in getting all things ready to go for #SBC21. Come see us in Nashville!👇🏻
When you see that Dome, you know you’re home . . . at our #SBC21 booth! Look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones at our @SWBTS and @TXBaptCollege booth in the @SBCMeeting exhibit hall.
Beautiful night for a walk on the @SWBTS campus. Paused for a moment in front of Fort Worth Hall—where the name of our seminary has been engraved in stone since 1910—to give thanks for the long line of faithfulness that came before me and to renew my pledge to continue that work.
Our @SWBTS and @TXBaptCollege #SBC21 booth is going up today in Nashville. Be sure to come by next week to learn more about our programs, meet our world-class faculty, snag some really great swag, and so much more. Look forward to seeing you there!