Faculty Members

Professors who teach the Womenary curriculum are dynamic Christian leaders with an outstanding variety of academic achievements and ministries. All are seminary graduates with multiple degrees. Most have completed doctorate studies in their chosen fields and others are actively working toward doctorate degrees. Every Womenary professor demonstrates a love of teaching, a love of God’s Word, and a heart for the women that enroll in their classes.

Eric Barton

B.B.A. International Business And Marketing, Baylor University 1994

M.A. Christian Education (Discipleship & Pastoral Leadership) - Dallas Theological Seminary 2005

Chris Legg

BS (Psychology), Texas A&M, 1993

Master of Arts (Marriage & Family Counseling), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1997

Master of Arts (Religious Education), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1997

Ross Strader

B.A. (Psychology), Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, TX, 1993

M.A. (Marriage and Family Therapy), Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, TX, 1996

Th.M (Pastoral Theology, Old Testament), Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, TX, 2003

D.Min (Theological Exegesis), Knox Theological Seminary, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 2016 (anticipated)

Kim Prothro

BBA in Finance and International Business from the University of Texas at Austin, 1980

Masters in Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, 2013

David Mahfood

B.S. in Speech & Fine Arts from Lamar University at Beaumont, 1987

Master of Divinity, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2009

Graham Hale

Bachelor of Arts (Political Science), University of Arkansas, 2001

Masters of Divinity, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, 2006

Doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral Leadership,  Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, (anticipated)

Matt Lantz

BA (English), Texas Christian University, 2000

MA (Christian Education), Dallas Theological Seminary, 2002

Jason Wallace

BBA Marketing and Information Systems, Texas A&M University, 1998

ThM Pastoral Ministries, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2008 Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, Pine Cove Camps

Stanley Ward

B.A. (Religion), Oklahoma Baptist Univ., 1994 

Master of Divinity (Biblical Languages), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1999

Graduate Study in Greek and Hebrew, Texas Christian University, 1999

Graduate Study in Humanities, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 2003-2004

Currently a PhD Student (Leadership and Education), Dallas Baptist University

Randy Prosperi

BBA Marketing, Stephen F. Austin, 1990  

MA in Christian Education, Dallas Theological Seminary 2007

Bo Patterson

BBA, Baylor University 2005

MA in Christian Education, Southwestern Theological Seminary 2007

Jessica Taylor

BBA Marketing, University of Texas at Tyler (1986)

ThM Bible Exposition, Dallas Theological Seminary (2012)

B.A. Secondary Education (History/ English), East Texas Baptist University 2000

M.A. Christian Education, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary 2007