Ben Brammer

Ben Brammer

Assistant Professor of
Christian Studies


Associate Director of Admission and Ministry Placement


Contact

bbrammer@andersonuniversity.edu
864.231.2039


Office

Anderson University
Watkins 119


Mail

316 Boulevard Box 1082
Anderson, SC 29621


Biography

Dr. Ben Brammer has over 13 years of pastoral ministry experience, serving churches in North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Virginia. He holds a B.S. degree in Biblical Studies from Toccoa Falls College, and an MDiv and PhD from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. His Ph.D. focus was in the field of preaching. Dr. Brammer has a variety of in-depth experience in multisite churches, church-planting, and multicultural churches. He has also taught as an adjunct professor at Oklahoma Baptist University and has served on various committees in several state conventions. He also wrote a devotional book on Jude – The Danger Within.

He and his wife, Laura, have two boys, Zachary and Seth. Laura has a B.A. in Counseling/Psychology from Toccoa Falls College and a M.A. in Biblical Counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. She currently works as a stay-at-home mom and is very talented in interior decorating.

Multicultural communication and the local church, multisite churches, and church planting are some of Dr. Brammer’s passions. You can often find him serving in a local church, reading, watching the Baltimore Orioles, spending time with his family, or listening to the latest up-and-coming Christian rap artist.

Personal Narrative

God has given me a passion to help students discover God’s role for them in His kingdom. When someone discovers their role on God’s team, they can then execute His plan to maximum effectiveness. I love to train students in discovering this and also mentoring them through practical ministry opportunities and challenges. I also love to teach and remind students that theory and practice are friends, not enemies! The theories that we learn about in the classroom and the practical experience we obtain can be effective compliments to one another as we attempt to be faithful to God’s Word and to the cultural context in which we minister.

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