Dr. Mark Farnham has been training future pastors for more than fifteen years at the undergraduate and seminary level. He was born and raised in western Connecticut, and knew he wanted to be a pastor by the time he was twelve years old. After seminary he led the revitalization of an urban church in New London, CT for seven years as the senior pastor. Since that time he has taught Apologetics, Systematic Theology, Ethics, and Church History in seminary, and Pastoral Studies at LBC. He is also the Founder and Director of Apologetics for the Church, a local church training ministry dedicated to equipping the average church member to effectively defend and share the Christian faith. He earned the PhD in Apologetics from Westminster Theological Seminary and a ThM in New Testament from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He loves preparing future pastors and watching God move them into positions of service in the local church for the glory of God and the shepherding of His flock. He blogs at https://apolotheo.wordpress.com.
“Young pastors face a far more complex world than previous generations, so be sure you get the best possible preparation for ministry.” — Dr. Farnham