Faculty Bio

Daniel Moosbrugger

College of Doctoral Studies

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Dr. Daniel Moosbrugger received his Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA in 2006. Dr. Moosbrugger also received a Master's of Divinity with an emphasis in Counseling at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC in 2001. In 1998, he received a Bachelor's Degree in Theology with a minor in biblical languages at Florida Baptist College in Brandon, FL. Additionally, Dr. Moosbrugger attended Polk Community College in Winter Haven, FL while studying the field of criminology.

Prior to entering full-time ministry in 1994, Dr. Moosbrugger served as a police officer serving in many aspects of law enforcement including five years as a school resource officer at a central Florida high school. He has been an entrepreneur; operating a family businesses including a video store, pizza restaurant, bakery, and insurance company. Additional administrative positions were held at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Harvest Institute for Biblical studies, and currently as Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Truett-McConnell College, Cleveland, GA.

In the challenges of leadership, Dr. Moosbrugger's experience has taught him to be patient with peers and to always know the background and repercussions before making decisions. The joy of watching students succeed at accomplishing their dream of earning a degree and helping them prepare for their future vocation or ministry is invaluable. Also, hearing the success stories from students' years after they graduate is extremely rewarding and drives Daniel's passion to teach. Dr. Moosbrugger strives to create an interesting and challenging learning environment by using multi-media to equip students with new tools and resources.

Interests and activities Daniel and his wife enjoy are their Harley Davidson motorcycle, watching movies based on true stories with a historical value, and traveling (Egypt, Greece, Turkey, and various places in The Holy Land).

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