Dr. Art McPhee

Dr. Art McPhee

Sundo Kim Professor of Evangelism and Practical Theology


  • Evangelization Studies
  • Church Planting and Discipleship
  • Missional Ecclesiology
  • South Asian Christianity
  • History of Missions


  • B.A., Eastern Mennonite University, 1970
  • M.Div. Eastern Mennonite Seminary, 1976
  • Ph.D. Asbury Theological Seminary, 2001

Ordained in 1971, Art McPhee was a pastor for 23 years, more than half of those years in churches where he was also the founding pastor.  In the early 1980s, he gave a fourth time to the church planting and development department of Mennonite Board of Missions and served, as well, as a conference overseer in South Florida. For several years, he was the radio voice of the “Mennonite Hour” and “Art McPhee in Touch” both heard on over 140 stations. His wrote the first of his six books, Friendship Evangelism in 1978. His most recent book is, The Road to Delhi: J. Waskom Pickett and Missions in the Twilight of the Raj and Dawn of Nationhood (2012). Dr. McPhee has been a professor of evangelism and church planting since the mid-1990s. In addition, he has edited the Journal of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education and been an officer and board member in two professional organizations. A missions historian, Dr. McPhee’s special area of interest is South Asia where he conducts research and often teaches. He is a contributor of several articles to the recent Oxford Encyclopaedia of South Asian Christianity (2011). He and his wife Evie were married in 1970.



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