Dr. Anne Windus Kelley

Dr. Anne Windus Kelley

Adjunct Professor

Email: windusa@tntemple.edu

Education


  • Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ph.D., D. Min
  • New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, M. Div.
  • Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, M. R.E.
  • Clemson, University, B.S.N.

Academic Experience


  • Philippines Baptist Theological Seminary, Baguio, Philippines (2000-2006) Full Professor
  • New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (2007 – Current) Adjunct Professor
  • New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, North Georgia Hub, Marietta, GA (2009 – 2013) Student Advisor
  • Toccoa Falls College (2012 – Current) Online Adjunct Professor
  • Tennessee Temple University (2013-Current) Online Adjunct Professor

Teaching Specializations


  • Pastoral Counseling
  • Missions

Ministry & Professional Experience


  • Missionary with International Mission Board, SBC
    • 1978-1980 Nurse in Mexico
    • 1986 – 1996 Student Ministry, S. Korea
    • 1999 - 2006 Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling, Baguio Philippines
  • Clinical Pastoral Education:
    • Medical Unit CPE at Baptist East Hospital, Louisville, KY
    • Parish-based Units CPE at Broadway Baptist, St. Matthews, Louisville, KY
    • ER Chaplain in Louisville, KY
    • Supervisor-in-Training, Baguio, Philippines

Membership in Academic Organizations


  • American Association of Christian Counselors

Publications & Presentations


  • Dr. Anne Windus and Dr. Lizette Knight. Teacher Care, Proper Holistic Wellness. Manila, Philippines, Church Strengthening Ministries, 2010.
  • Article on “Grief/Loss” for On-line Seminar with Wayne E. Oates Institute, July 2006.
  • Dissertation for Ph.D.: “The Roles and Identity of Missionary Women: A Pilot Study” 1999.
  • Project for Doctor of Ministry: “Nurturing Christian Self-Esteem among Korean Women University Students in Seoul, Korea.” 1993.