Daniel R. Seely is pastor of Mission and Member Care at Colonial Baptist Church of Virginia Beach and Faculty Associate at VBTS. Prior to his ministry in Virginia Beach, Dr. Seely served for sixteen years with Baptist Mid-Missions, including ten years as professor of Biblical Studies at Cameroon Biblical Seminary, Yaoundé, Cameroon. Dr. Seely earned the B.A. from Northland International University, the M.Ed. from Regent University, the M.Div. from Virginia Beach Theological Seminary, and the D.Min. in Intercultural Studies from Grace Theological Seminary; he has also completed additional studies at the Université Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux (France). Daniel and his wife Karis have four children.
Mission & Evangelism Develop a biblical philosophy and theology of mission that is consistent with the church's biblical mandate for cross-cultural ministry, evangelism and discipleship. Read more....
D.Min (Intercultural Studies), Grace Theological Seminary
MDiv Virginia Beach Theological Seminary
M.Ed., Regent University
BA, Northland International University
Associate Faculty, Virginia Beach Theological Seminary, 2021–present
Assistant Pastor, Colonial Baptist Church, 2021
Professor, Hungarian Baptist Theological Seminary (Cluj, Romania), 1994–96
Teaching Ministries in Russia, Ukraine, and southeast Asia
2019. A Theology of Theological Education,”. Kerussomen: A Journal of Theology for the African Church, Vol 5, Issue 1, July 2019, p. 19-26.
2019. The Importance of a Relational Paradigm in African Pastoral Training,” Kerussomen: A Journal of Theology for the African Church, Vol 5, Issue 1, July 2019, p. 59-78.