Hank Voss is associate professor of Christian Ministry at Taylor University. Prior to coming to Taylor, he served for seventeen years in a variety of roles with World Impact, including as National Director of Church Planting and as Senior National Staff with The Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI). He has authored, co-authored, or edited 12 books including Introduction to Evangelical Theology (T&T Clarke, 2021) and The Priesthood of All Believers and the Missio Dei (2016). He currently directs the Lilly funded Sacred Roots Thriving in Ministry Project (www.sacredrootsministry.org) for which he recently edited Aelred of Rievaulx’s (d. 1167) classic, Spiritual Friendship (SRSC vol. 3).
Voss, Hank. “The Priesthood of All Believers and the Public(s) Theologian: Wisdom from Rev. Dr. Don Davis, Dr. Paige Cunningham, and Rev. Dr. Robert Romero.” Christian Scholars Review 49 (2020): 387−98.
Davis, Don and Hank Voss, eds., The Evangel Dean Handbook: A Guide to the ABCs of Training Urban Church Planters Working Among the Poor. Wichita, KS: TUMI Press, 2015. 292 pp.
Allsman, Don, Don L. Davis, and Hank Voss, eds. Ripe for Harvest: A Guidebook for Planting Healthy Churches in the City. Wichita, KS: TUMI Press, 2015. 488 pages. 488 pp.
Voss, Hank. “From ‘Grammatical-historical Exegesis’ to ‘Theological Exegesis’: Five Essential Practices.” Evangelical Review of Theology 37 (2013): 140–52.
Hank, and his wife Johanna, have two sons currently attending Taylor University and a son and a daughter currently in high school. They live in Muncie, IN where they enjoy serving at Destiny Christian Church, taking long walks, and attending lots of high school athletic events.