Caleb Morell

Caleb Morell is a historian and researcher in residence at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC where he is writing a book on the church’s 150-year history: A Light on the Hill: The Story of Capitol Hill Baptist Church (Crossway, 2025). He is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service where he majored in International History and was awarded the Davids Medal for his thesis on the early-English Baptist’s theological arguments for religious toleration, and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Currently he is a doctoral student in historical theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City and an Associate of Newton House, Oxford. His political, theological, and historical writings have appeared at 9Marks, American Reformer, ERLC, First Things, The Gospel Coalition, Providence Magazine, and World Opinions, and been quoted by The Washington Post. He lives with his wife, Clare, and their two children on Capitol Hill.

Jun 9

Nine Ways I’ve Seen Mark Dever Disciple Men and Raise Up Leaders by Caleb Morell

When Mark Dever applied for the pastorate of Capitol Hill Baptist Church, one quality stood out among others in his references: he made disciples everywhere he went. “If I had to emphasize one gift above others,” D.A. Carson wrote to the church, “it is his continuing ability to challenge others, in the context of genuine […]