Reid, Alvin L.
rand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 2002.
Dr. Alvin L. Reid, prolific author and speaker, wrote
in 2002. Hereceived his undergraduate Bachelor of Arts from Samford University. He completed his M.Div. and Ph. D. from Southwestern Seminary. He has travelled around the world as a speaker inover 2000 churches, schools, and other conferences and events in the United States. His passionfor evangelism is evident in the multiple books that he has written and published on the subject.Dr. Reid is presently a Professor of Evangelism and Student Ministry at SoutheasternBaptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He has been there since 1995.Dr. Reid is also the founding Bailey Smith Chair of Evangelism. Dr. Alvin Reid is married toMichelle Reid, and they have two children, Joshua and Hannah.Dr. Reid spreads his infectious passion for the lost to everyone in his speakingengagements across the nation and world. He loves to travel with a worship band when heministers to students and young adults. His son, Joshua, is a featured member of the band as thedrummer for the group. Dr. Reid is a member of several societies on evangelism such as theAcademy of Evangelism in Theological Education, the American Society for Church
rowth,the Evangelical Theological Society, and the Evangelical Missiological Society. He has taughtat Houston Baptist University and led the State Convention of Baptists in Indiana in evangelism.
Dr. Alvin Reid breaks his work on evangelism in the postmodern culture down into two parts. Part One covers the profile of the Radically Unchurched giving the reader a glimpse intothe group of people that Dr. Reid is trying to define and ultimately determine how to reach them.