Terri H. Stovall

Dean of Women; Interim Associate Dean of the Jack D. Terry School of Educational Ministries; Professor of Educational Ministries

Terri H. Stovall

Contact

817-923-1921 x3620

tstovall@swbts.edu

Social

@thstovall

Education

B.A. in Psychology and Marketing, Texas A&M Corpus Christ; M.A. in Religious Education; M.Div., Ph.D. in Administration, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary


Terri Stovall serves as the dean of women as well as interim associate dean of the Jack D. Terry School of Educational Ministries and professor of educational ministries where she teaches in the area of women’s ministry at the graduate and doctoral levels. Training women’s ministry leaders continues to be her writing and research focus.

After receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Marketing from Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Dr. Stovall served as campus evangelism coordinator in Tyler, Texas which solidified her call to vocational ministry. Dr. Stovall co-authored the book Women Leading Women (B&H Academic, 2009) and is a contributing author in Teaching Ministry of The Church (2nd Ed. B&H, 2008) and The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook (Crossway, 2013).

Having served Southern Baptist churches as minister of education and minister to women, Dr. Stovall is active in training women’s ministry leaders in the local church to reach women and families for Christ. She leads women’s ministry training workshops at the state and denominational level and speaks at women’s conferences.

In her role at Southwestern, she is actively involved in mentoring female students at Southwestern and counts it a privilege for any opportunity to invest in their lives or be blessed by them.

She and her husband Jay have been married for over 20 years and are active church members at Cross City Church, Euless. They both are avid rollercoaster fans and enjoy riding motorcycles.

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There’s the “Landry Shift”! All @motohog (Jay) and I wanted for our birthdays this week was a @dallascowboys win! #howboutthemcowboys

Sad to hear of the passing of Bobbye Rankin. I greatly respected her and her heart for people. https://thebaptistpaper.org/retired-missionary-bobbye-rankin-dies-at-78/?fbclid=IwAR3Y7Ar4EZbXWYDMYrHxZozPLqPBtMlBcIQN1f35atXwOwYMEWyCCAA3QZM

Appreciate the @NFL and the two head coaches and even the fans in the stands for coming together to understand these players/coaches are humans and giving them some time to process what just happened.

Praying for Damar Hamlin of @BuffaloBills...worst injury situation I have seen in NFL ever!