Daniel Sanchez

Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Missions

Daniel Sanchez


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D.Phil, Oxford University Centre for Mission Studies
D.Min., Fuller Theological Seminary
M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
B.A., Howard Payne University

Dr. Sanchez serves as distinguished professor emeritus of missions in the Roy J. Fish School of Evangelism and Missions. Dr. Sanchez has taught at Southwestern for almost 40 years. Prior to his tenure at Southwestern, Dr. Sanchez served as a missionary in Panama, a church planter, and as the evangelism director and state missions director of the Baptist Convention of New York.

Dr. Sanchez has published in both Spanish in English in Missiology and Theology. In addition to his writings, he has lectured and taught in numerous countries in central and south America, Europe, and Asia. He is married to Tamera and they attend Meadowridge Church in Fort Worth.

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A well-deserved honor! Thank you, Dr. Kubic, for all you do to support our students in living their calling.

Though almost 700 men and women have served as members of The Old Guard, only one has returned as a chaplain to the guard unit: Chap. (Maj.) Brandon Denning, a 2008 Master of Divinity graduate and the 453rd guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.