Ryan Griffith serves as both Assistant Professor of Christian Worldview and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Bethlehem College and Seminary and teaches biblical studies, church history, missions, and biblical languages. After completing a M.A. in Biblical Exegesis at Wheaton College, Ryan came to Bethlehem in 2005 to be an apprentice in Bethlehem’s vocational eldership training program (formerly known as TBI’s Track 2). Ryan joined the TBI/BCS staff in the Spring of 2006 and, in partnership with Mike Rusten and Alex Kirk, launched the INSIGHT program in the fall of the same year. Ryan served as an instructor in the INSIGHT program for four years before launching BCS's own CWIC program. He continues to oversee the students’ classroom experience, discipleship and student life. He also enjoys teaching biblical language courses in The Bethlehem Institute.
Ryan is an active member at Bethlehem Baptist Church and loves the fellowship and encouragement of the body of Christ. He is passionate about theological education overseas and has been blessed to teach, preach, and learn in Albania, Armenia and Nigeria. Ryan served as the intern for foreign missions at BBC under pastor Erik Hyatt from 2005-2009 and counts his tenure on the Missions Committee as one of the highlights of his time at Bethlehem. He loves to bring to bear a burden for world missions in his interactions with college and seminary students. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys reading, home renovation, and good conversation. He also loves to hike, canoe, bike, and enjoy the beauty of God’s created world.
- B.A., Wheaton College
- M.A., Wheaton College Graduate School (Biblical Exegesis)
- M.A., Bethlehem College and Seminary (Biblical and Pastoral Studies)