Revd Dr Michael W. Goheen, BA, MA, PhD

Dr Michael Goheen is Theological Director and Scholar-in-Residence for the Missional Training Center in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. While based in North America, he is involved in the supervision of doctoral research.

Previously, Dr Goheen held the Jake and Betsy Tuls Chair of Missiology at Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, and the Geneva Chair in Worldview and Religious Studies at Trinity Western University, British Columbia, Canada. He was also a Teaching Fellow at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He received his doctorate at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands, with a dissertation on Lesslie Newbigin’s missionary ecclesiology. He is ordained in the Christian Reformed Church and works as a part-time minister of preaching at New West Christian Reformed Church, Burnaby, British Columbia. He has written six books, including Drama of Scripture¬†with Craig Bartholomew.

His primary areas of research are mission studies, worldview studies, biblical studies and mission, missional ecclesiology, and gospel and culture.

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Read our autumn newsletter

You can download a pdf to read the entire autumn 2019 Trinity News, and if you haven’t seen our new video yet you can click the link here. This issue includes: Going greener: Trinity students are finding ways to connect with and care for the world around them. The pain and gain of learning Greek: […]

Trinity students engage with practitioners during Workshop Week

Last week, Trinity’s Student Exec welcomed several speakers to college as part of a Workshop Week. Ordinand Leah Thompson coordinated the week as part of her responsibilities as Spirituality and Leadership Rep, a new role on the Student Exec this year. Speakers were chosen in part based on a survey completed by students last year, […]

Watch our new video (1:56)

How might it change you, as a person and as a Christian leader, to learn more about Jesus in the context of an intentional community? Find out more about what it means to train residentially at Trinity. If you’d like to learn more about Trinity and the programmes we offer, or if you’d like to […]

Welcome BBQ for new students

This autumn, we welcomed 52 new ordinands and 18 independent students, with many of them and their families joining us for a barbecue on the lawn to celebrate the start of term.   Posted September 2019