Camden Pulliam

Dr. Camden Pulliam serves as Assistant Professor of Christian Studies, as well as Vice President of Enrollment Management at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Spurgeon College. Dr. Pulliam earned a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Psychology from Southwest Baptist University in 2010 and a Master of Divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2013. In 2020, he completed his Ph.D. at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; his dissertation is titled "Paternal Pastors: An Evangelical Approach." He currently serves as a pastor at Northside Fellowship in Kansas City, MO. He and his wife, Mallory, have three children: Hudson, Hallie, and Brooks.

Nov 21

New Husbands: Farm for Joy by Camden Pulliam

I recently gave the “best man speech” for one of my boyhood best friends. Instead of telling inside stories that only two people in the room understood, I wanted to give him a meaningful charge – one that he could take with him into the future. Similarly, I hope that these words will encourage other […]

Nov 15

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Reflections on Five Days in South Korea by Camden Pulliam

I recently had the opportunity to visit ministry partners and church leaders in South Korea with MBTS Provost, Jason Duesing, and Dean of Asian Studies, Sun Jin Park. I wrote these reflections for my team at Midwestern Seminary and was later encouraged to submit the piece for a broader audience. I hope you enjoy my […]

Mar 6

My Doctoral Defense Did Not Go as Planned by Camden Pulliam

As I plodded through doctoral studies, these realities about fatherhood sank into my bones. My wife and my children needed my sacrifice, my presence, and even my absence. But most importantly, they needed something – someone – far greater than me.