Dr. Drew Randle

Andrew Randle
Dr. Drew Randle

Professor of Christian Ministry


Direct Office Phone: 423-775-7245

Field of Study: Christian Studies

Office: Christian Studies Department

Academic Degrees
  • Ph.D. Christian Education, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • M.A. Christian Education, Reformed Theological Seminary
  • B.M. Music, Belmont University


Dr. Drew Randle is a highly esteemed professor of Christian Ministry at Bryan College, known for his dedication to education and deep commitment to guiding others on their spiritual journeys. With a Bachelor’s degree in Music (BM) and a minor in Youth Ministry from Belmont University, a Master’s degree in Christian Education from Reformed Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Christian Education from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Dr. Randle’s academic achievements reflect his passion for knowledge and his desire to serve. Married to Kelly Randle and blessed with two daughters, Hallie Rose and Julia Claire, Dr. Randle’s personal and professional growth is grounded in the love and support of his family. Since joining the faculty at Bryan College in 2002, he has devoted himself to shaping the minds and hearts of aspiring Christian thinkers, nurturing their spiritual growth, and equipping them to serve their communities. Dr. Drew Randle inspires his students with his powerful sermons and lectures on Christian education, ministry, and spiritual development. Serving over two decades stands as a testament to his significant impact and unwavering commitment to advancing the Gospel through education.

Publications, Research, & Editing

  • "Suffering Through a Betrayal" for The High Calling.(2012)
  • "Transcending the Ordinary" for The High Calling. (2013)
  • "Pressing On: Through Futility to Faith" for The High Calling.(2013).

Conference & Workshop Presentations

  • "Christian Educational Practice: An Integrative Approach", Evangelical Theological Society Regional Conference, 2003.
  • "A Christian Response to Perspective Transformation/Transformative Learning", North American Professors of Christian Education, 2005.

God has blessed this community with a rich heritage of learning, biblical and critical thinking, and an environment of family in a Christian context. I have received joy upon joy from interactions in the classroom and in discipling relationships over the span of twenty-one years-going on twenty-two years. Bryan College is a place where Christ is exalted, minds are challenged, and rich opportunities for growth in Christ are experienced every day. It is an honor to serve here.

— Dr. Andrew Randle

Professor of Christian Ministry  | 

Christian Studies Department
721 Bryan Drive
Dayton, TN 37321
Mercer 234, Box #7804

Office Phone: 423-775-7245