Timothy S. Warren trusted Jesus Christ as his Savior at age five. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in speech and English at Cedarville College (University) and a Master of Arts in Public Address at Bowling Green State University. After serving as a Chaplain’s Assistant in the U. S. Army, he attended Dallas Theological Seminary where he received a Master of Theology, studying preaching under Haddon Robinson and Duane Litfin.
Timothy served as pastor of Grace Bible Church in Canal Winchester, Ohio, for seven years and attended the Ohio State University studying for a Doctor of Philosophy in Communication (awarded, 1987), before joining the faculty at Dallas Theological Seminary in 1984. He has served as interim pastor at Irving Bible Church and Fellowship Bible Church, Dallas, taught preaching as a visiting lecturer at national and international seminaries, led a men’s Bible study at the Cooper Aerobics Center since 1985, and written weekly adult Bible study curriculum at Lake Pointe Church from 1990 through December of 2020. He has been a member of the Academy of Homiletics, the Evangelical Homiletics Society, and speaker/preacher at the National and International Conferences on Preaching.