DISCERNING GOD’S CALL - MISSIONS - BIBLICAL MANHOOD
Dr. Tim McKnight is the founding Director of the Global Center for Youth Ministry and Associate Professor of Youth Ministry and Missions at Anderson University in Anderson, South Carolina. He also serves as the Lead Pastor/Church Planter of Mosaic Church of Anderson, a multiethnic and multigenerational church. Tim has preached conferences for pastors and youth pastors around the world, including Indonesia, Honduras, and Canada. Since 1991, Tim has served as a youth pastor and pastor in churches in West Virginia, Alabama, North Carolina, and South Carolina. He also served as an infantry chaplain in the Kentucky Army National Guard, deploying on Operation Noble Eagle and Operational Enduring Freedom (2001-2002). He received his Ph.D. in evangelism, missions, and church history from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2003). Tim is a black belt in Kenpo Jujitsu and a firearms instructor. He and his wife Angela have four children: Noah (17), Micah (17), Karissa (15), and MaryAnna (10).
Tim's heartbeat is to see the next generation advance the Kingdom through sharing the gospel and to equip youth pastors and youth leaders to disciple students to achieve that goal.