Dr. Ted BurlesonAssociate Professor of Homiletics and Ministry
Dr. Burleson's research focuses on preaching and family ministry. At HCU, he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Ministry and Homiletics. He serves as the pulpit preacher for the Hamilton Church of Christ. He and his wife, Karen, have two grown sons, Doug and David, and three grandchildren, Eden, Canaan, and Jordan.
Post-doctoral work in Marriage and Family, Amridge University, 2009-present
D.Min., Homiletics, Harding University Graduate School of Religion, 2004
M.Div., Ministry, emphasis in archaeology, Lipscomb University, 2000
M.Min., Ministry, emphasis in Religious Education, Freed-Hardeman University, 1993
B.A., Bible, emphasis in Religious Education, Lipscomb University, 1990
A.A., Liberal Arts, Freed-Hardeman University, 1982
So You Want to Be a Preacher (ed. David Powell; Henderson, Tenn.: Hester Publications, 2013).
"I Am Eternal," in I Am: A Study of the True and Living God (ed. Jeremy W. Barrier and Charles R. Webb; Florence, Ala.: Heritage Press, 2010), 181-191.
Marriage and the Christian Home. Haleyville, Ala.: Riddle Creek Publishing, 2008.
Marriage and Family Seminars (Hebron, Kentucky; Vernon, Alabama; Zion Rest, Mississippi; Baton Rouge, Louisiana, etc.)