Christopher Charles Thompson is a gifted communicator and church resource developer. Through writing, speaking, teaching, and preaching, he inspires and equips young and old alike to higher heights of spiritual/personal growth.
He is a graduate of Oakwood University where he obtained a bachelor's degree in Theology, and a master's degree in Pastoral Studies and Church Development. He also holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. Along with his formal training he brings a passion for helping people and organizations grow quantitatively as well as qualitatively.
He has pastored and taught in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Pennsylvania and Ohio. He has also served as Communications chairperson for the Pastoral Evangelism and Leadership Conference as well as Communications Director of the Southeastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He currently serves as the Communication and Marketing Director for Breath of Life Television Ministries, and Adjunct Professor at Oakwood University.
He is also an author, having written numerous articles for various publications as well as five books, My Savior and My Lord, 360º Christian, Training Days, Stop the Violence and Free (co-authored with Dr. Carlton P. Byrd). He also wrote and produced a documentary entitled Good Grief to help people cope with traumatic experiences. A sixth book is set to be released in the near future.
He is an avid reader and athlete. He enjoys running, cycling, tennis, and most of all basketball. He is a proud finisher of the the Pittsburgh Marathon (3 hours 55 minutes and 55 seconds), and the Columbus Marathon (3 hours 41 minutes and 09 seconds). His big dream is to one day complete the Ironman Triathlon.
He is happily married to the former Tracy Harris (14 years), and together they have one son Christopher Charles II (age 9). They are both proud members of the “one-and-done club.”
Personal Mission Statement
To help people grow
Personal Vision Statement
I am writing, teaching, and developing resources to equip people for growth and growing others.