Dr. Adam Greenway
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Dr. Adam W. Greenway serves as president of The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He was elected president of his alma mater on February 27, 2019.
Prior to SWBTS, Dr. Greenway served as Dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he also held the title of William Walker Brookes Associate Professor of Evangelism and Apologetics. Prior to joining the faculty of Southern Seminary in 2007, Dr. Greenway served for five years as senior pastor of The Baptist Church at Andover in Lexington, Kentucky. He has also served as interim pastor of churches in Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Texas, and Florida.
Dr. Greenway received his Bachelor of Arts degree (cum laude) from Samford University, his Master of Divinity degree from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, his Master of Nonprofit Administration degree (magna cum laude) from the University of Notre Dame, and his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Southern Seminary. Active in denominational life and leadership, he currently serves as Chairman of the Committee on Order of Business of the Southern Baptist Convention and is a former trustee and Chairman of the Board of LifeWay Christian Resources. Dr. Greenway is also a past president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
Dr. Greenway is accredited as a Professional Registered Parliamentarian and serves both the KBC as its parliamentarian and the SBC as an assistant parliamentarian. He is co-editor of Evangelicals Engaging Emergent and The Great Commission Resurgence and has contributed articles to various books and journals. Dr. Greenway is married to Carla and they have two children, Wade and Caroline.
Senior Lead Navigator
As Senior Lead Navigator and multisite specialist for Auxano, Bryan’s vision facilitation weaves a strong strategic style with an engaging creativity. With experience in virtually every church ministry role, Bryan enjoys connecting with the diverse staff and lay leader perspectives on the teams he serves.
Prior to Auxano, Bryan served in a pastoral capacity for 12 years in three churches, in contexts ranging from a church “replant” to a growing megachurch. His most recent role was leading the multisite initiative as campus pastor of a 3,500-attendance church in Metro Houston. Bryan and his wife Kelly now live in the Nashville area with their two children. Bryan has a Master of Arts in Christian Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a B.A. in Architecture from Mississippi State University.