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Rick Richardson is an Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies at Wheaton College and the Director of the Masters in Evangelism and Leadership and the Masters in Missional Church Movements degrees. Rick is also an Associate evangelist and former National Coordinator for Evangelism with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Rick was in campus ministry for 25 years, and regularly speaks and ministers as an evangelist on campuses in many different parts of the country. In addition, Rick is an ordained Anglican priest, and served for three years as Pastor of Evangelism and Small Groups for Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, Illinois, a church known for its healing prayer ministry.
While a pastor, Rick coordinated the Alpha program, seeing many people come to Christ. He consults widely with churches on Evangelism and Healing and Reconciliation for the emerging generation and on contemporary missional churches and missional movements.
Rick earned his M.Div. from Northern Baptist Seminary, studying with Ray Bakke, and focusing his studies in evangelism and urban ministry. He received his PHD in Intercultural Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in 2007. He has also been a visiting professor at St. Edmunds College, Cambridge University. He presently serves as Vice President for the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education and on the Planning Committee for the Mission Leadership Forums for the Overseas Ministries Study Center.
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