Assistant Professor of Practical Theology
B.A., Abilene Christian University
ACU Box 29437
Research Interests: His doctoral studies emphasized Christian Spirituality, resulting in a postmodern narrative catechism of the entire Bible. He continues to explore and research the spiritual formation of ministers.
Courses Taught: Foundations of the Theology of Ministry, Contexts of Ministry, Field Ed Contextual Immersion, Teaching the Good News, etc.
Publications: "Echoing the Story: Living the Art of Listening," Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2010.
As Director of Contextual Education, Brady equips Christian people for ministry in diverse contexts. Brady led the annual ACU Summit (Lectureship) from 2007-2015, innovating the event to help bring together Christians of all ages in conversation and service to the church and God's mission in the world.
Brady preaches for churches, speaks at conferences, leads retreats, and consults with church leaders. He is married to Donna (ACU graduate, 1995), who is a physical therapist (DPT). They have two children: Nathaniel and Elizabeth. They are members of the University Church of Christ.