Trey Johnson is the Adjunct Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Highlands College. Students have the opportunity to learn from incredible faculty members, like Professor Johnson, who deliver engaging academic curriculum through innovative and relational methodologies. We interviewed him to learn more about his background and impact at Highlands College.
What courses do you teach?
Evangelism and Discipleship
What is the timeline of your academic journey?
2011 - Bachelor of Arts In Religion from Birmingham-Southern College
2014 - Master of Divinity from Beeson Divinity School
Why did you choose to teach at Highlands College?
I chose to teach at Highlands College because having the opportunity to educate and equip students in both their mind and heart to be ambassadors for Christ on the earth is one of the greatest honors of my life.
How does Evangelism and Discipleship shape the future leaders of the church?
I believe Evangelism and Discipleship equips the student to be an effective and fruitful Christ follower.
What do you like to do when you’re not teaching?
I enjoy exploring new local restaurants and food trucks. A few of my favorite places in Birmingham are Eugene’s Hot Chicken and Bendy’s Cookies and Cream!