M.A. in Biblical Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary
M.A. in Theological Studies, Southeastern University
B.S. in Church Ministries, Southeastern University
Currently pursuing PhD in Divinity from University of Aberdeen, UK
Rev. Lindsey Croston is a Lecturer in the Barnett College of Ministry & Theology, where she also coordinates the undergraduate scheduling process and data assessment for BCMT and the religion Foundational Core Classes. She is the Dual-Enrollment Lead Instructor for New Testament Interpretation, and the Content Expert for the religion courses in the CCPlus partnership program.
Rev. Croston is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God (Peninsular Florida District) and has served in both professional and lay leadership roles within her local church in various departments. She is passionate about connecting strong biblical theology with practical strategies in the Academy and in the Church. Rev. Croston comes from a long legacy of Pentecostal preachers and teachers and is honored to continue carrying the torch in ministry.
Academic Presentations given by Rev. Croston include:
Identity Formation Through Testimony & Remembrance in Galatians (Society for Pentecostal Studies (SPS) Annual Conference, 03/2022 & PGR Symposium at University of Aberdeen, 05/2022)
Classical Methods in the Undergraduate Biblical Studies Classroom (SPS Annual Conference, 03/2022)
Facing the Challenges of a Hostile Society: 1 Peter 4:1-11 (SPS Annual Conference, 02/2019)
Spirit-Created Communities: An Ecclesiology of Connected Community for a Disconnected Culture (SPS Annual Conference, 03/2017)
Shekinah Presence and Sustained Discipleship: A Practical Theology of Glory (Exploring the Glory Conference, Durham University (UK), 07/2016
Reverend Croston is a frequent workshop presenter at the Stronger Leadership Conference. Some of her workshops include: Unity & Diversity in Ministry (2021), Crafting Your Message (2021), Taking Your Seat at the Men’s Table (2019), Technology & the Spirit-Filled Life (2018).
Rev. Croston is currently working on a dissertation in New Testament studies at the University of Aberdeen (Scotland), focusing on a cognitive linguistics approach to understanding community formation in Pauline Literature.