Nom :Dr Matthew Krabill
Courriel :krabillm@tsinet.org

Dr Matthew Krabill - Coordinateur des programmes académiques

Dr. Matthew Krabill was born and raised in southern Côte d’Ivoire in West Africa. He holds a Masters in Theology and a Masters in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. He obtained a PhD from Fuller Seminary where his research focused on African migration, religious identity and ecclesiology within Mennonite Church USA.

Dr. Krabill’s dissertation will be published in Brill’s Theology and Mission in World Christianity series under the tentative title, “Migrant Ecumenicities: Polycentric Identity, Ecclesial Hybridity, and the Pluralization of Power.” He is also working with Dr. Allison Norton at Hartford Seminary on a book called Migrant God, Migrant Faith (InterVarsity Academic), which focuses on African immigrant churches in the American context.

Dr. Krabill is engaged in supporting theological education in the francophone world, particularly in West and Central Africa. He currently serves as chair of the academic committee for the Masters in Conflict Transformation (MASTC) at l’Université de l’Alliance Chrétienne d’Abidjan (UACA). Dr. Krabill provides academic support to the Consortium of Evangelical Theology Schools in Francophone Africa (CITAF) in the areas of research and publication. He is the co-founder of the journal called Evangelical Interfaith Dialogue and has coordinated several multi-year interfaith grant projects through the Luce Fund for Theological Education. He currently serves on the editorial board of Témoin anabaptiste.

His research interests include:

Immigrant Christianity; Migration and Missiology; Migration and the American Church; Lived Religion and Immigration; Lived Theology and World Christianity; African Christianity and Theological Education; Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations; Religious Identity and Social Change in Africa; Missiology; Missiology and Theology from an Anabaptist Perspective.  

He currently resides in Accra, Ghana with his wife Toni. They are missionaries with Mennonite Mission Network (MMN).