Mark R. Teasdale is a professor, author, and pastor who focuses on evangelism, church leadership, mission, discipleship, and Wesleyan/Methodist studies. He currently teaches at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and has lectured at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, Southern Methodist University, and Wesley Theological Seminary. In addition, he has been privileged to consult with several local churches and denominational bodies, including the cabinet of the Methodist Church (Lower Myanmar) and the Connectional Table of The United Methodist Church.
He is the president-elect of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education (AETE) and served for six years as the editor of Witness: The Journal of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education.
This is a video of a lecture given at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary offering my view of the relationship of evangelism to theological education.
This lecture compares and contrasts evangelism with radicalization, arguing for the importance of religious rights being maintained by nation states.
This is a video of a lecture given at Glenview United Methodist Church describing what a vital congregation would look like using John Wesley's teachings and methods.