Rev. Eileen Campbell-Reed, Ph.D.
- Visiting Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Care at Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York
- Founder and host of Three Minute Ministry Mentor, a weekly video, blog and podcast providing resources that inform and inspire the practice of ministry and nurture pastoral imagination
- Co-director of the Learning Pastoral Imagination Project, a national, ecumenical, and longitudinal study of ministry following 50 pastors and ministers since 2009
- Doctor of Philosophy in Religion, Psychology and Culture, Vanderbilt University.
- Author of these books and reports:
- “The Learning Pastoral Imagination Project: A 10-Year Overview” (Reflective Practice, 2023)
- The #Pandemic Pastoring Report (2022) details how ministers and congregations are living in a new era of ministry (Pre-order the Study Guide for talking through these changes)
- Pastoral Imagination: Bringing the Practice of Ministry to Life (Fortress, 2021)
- State of Clergywomen in the U.S. (2018)
- Anatomy of a Schism: How Clergywomen’s Narratives Reinterpret the Fracturing of the SBC (UT Press, 2016)
- LPI Five Year Report (2016)
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Having read your “State of Women in Baptist Life” reports before, I was delighted to hear your voice on the conference call with BWIM this morning. A quick search led me to your blog, which I enjoyed perusing. I am especially interested in your forthcoming book. Any chance you’ll be at the CBF in June (or anywhere soon) sharing about this endeavor? Thanks!