Associate Professor of Christian Ministry and Leadership
Freddy Cardoza has ministered for 20 years in churches and parachurch ministries of all sizes, and has taught academically for more than 20 years at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. He has taught internationally and regularly teaches adjunctively at both the graduate and doctoral levels.
Freddy serves as Director of Christian Education Programs at Talbot School of Theology and Biola University.
Freddy served for 12 years on the Board, including 8 years as Executive Director for the Society of Professors in Christian Education (SPCE, formerly NAPCE). SPCE is the academic society of evangelical professors representing over 100 seminaries, universities and liberal arts colleges that teach in the areas of spiritual formation, Christian ministries and Christian education.
Freddy received a Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) in Leadership from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and completed all required coursework for the Doctor of Education (Ed.D./ABD). He earned a Master of Arts from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and holds a Bachelor of Science from Liberty University.
Freddy is also a member of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), in addition to serving on various board and speaking regularly at churches, conferences, conventions, retreats and seminars in the United States and abroad.