Daniel G. Bagby
Theodore F. Adams Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Care
B.A., M.S., Baylor University; M.Div., Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Additional study: University of Edinburgh
Professor Bagby has pastored for almost thirty years, served in two pastoral counseling centers, and as chaplain to a juvenile detention center and a women’s prison. He is a frequent national speaker on pastoral care issues and has authored numerous articles and seven books including, Crisis Ministry: A Handbookand Beyond The Myths: The Journey To Adulthood(2007).
He has taught at Baylor University, Purdue University, and Southern Seminary, as well as for the International Mission Board’s Journeyman Training Program. He is the 2005 recipient of the Wayne Oates Award.
Phone: (804) 204-1204
Understanding Anger in the Church. Broadman Press, 1979.
Transition and Newness. Broadman, 1981.
Before You Marry. Convention Press, 1983.
The Church: The Power to Help and to Hurt. Augsburg Press, 1989.
Seeing Through Our Tears. Smyth and Helwys, 1999.
Crisis Ministry Handbook: First Response . Smyth and Helwys, 2003.
Beyond The Myths: The Journey to Adulthood. Smyth and Helwys, 2007.
Healing Our Hurts: Coping with Difficult Emotions. Smith and Helwys. 2012
“Anger,” Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling. Abingdon
“Compassion Fatigue,” Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling. Abingdon, Editor, Pastoral Care and Addiction, Pastoral Care and Sexual Abuse.
“The Church and Addiction,” Abingdon 2002
“Pastoral Responses to Sexual Abuse,” Abingdon 2003
“Pastoral Responses to Suicide,” Abingdon 2005