Dr. Steven Todd served as Director for The Kings University’s Colorado Springs Extension campus until the University made the difficult decision to close their extension campuses in May 2017. He has taught courses for TKU since 2005 and continues to serve as an adjunct professor for both graduate and undergraduate courses at the University. He also serves as a professor and Dean of graduate studies for Shiloh University. Steven continues to serve as Project Director – Liberia and Executive Director—Special Projects for EMIT www.emit.global. Having traveled almost 50 times to Africa, Steven has taught and equipped tens of thousands of African pastors throughout Africa, and in particular, Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Liberia. For eleven years, Steven directed an African refugee project, traveling regularly to three massive Congolese refugee camps located in Western Tanzania. In this project, over 2800 refugee pastors and church leaders were trained, equipped, and mentored in order to reach these camps with the Gospel and to disciple the tens of thousands of new believers within the refugee camps.
Steven started as a musician in the “Jesus Movement” of Southern California in the 1970’s. A former pastor and church planter for over 20 years, Steven is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary and earned his Doctorate in Missiology / Cultural Anthropology from New Geneva Theological Seminary. He has also traveled extensively throughout India, Europe and the Middle East. Steven & his wife, Linda are part of the leadership team of New Life Downtown, an evangelical church with both non-denominational and Anglican moorings in downtown Colorado Springs. For many years, Steven wrote in a weekly column in the city’s ‘progressive’ newspaper, the Colorado Springs Independent, where he and Focus on the Family president Jim Daly were the ‘token evangelicals.’
Steven & Linda are enjoying a new stage in their lives with lots of little grandchildren!