Cam Roxburgh, DMin

Adjunct Faculty in Christian Ministry
“Some men see things as they are and say, why; I dream of things to come and say, why not.” - modified, George Bernard Shaw 
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Cam Teaches:

CM 814 Ministry Issues in Contemporary Culture


Cam is a missionary who loves the church in Canada. Having planted The Neighbourhood Church in Vancouver, BC thirty years ago, he continues to Pastor, as well as lead Forge Canada and Forge Global, serve as the VP for Missional Initiatives for the North American Baptists, and relish opportunities to speak and teach on issues related to Christ and His Kingdom. He is a husband, father of four and grandfather to one. He continues to love the game of soccer that was such a big part of his life for the first 35 years.


BA, Wheaton College (1987)
MDiv, Regent College (1992)
DMin, Fuller Theological Seminary (2013)


God's Activity in the World


  • “Twenty-eight Years and Counting.” (Chapter in Tentmakers, edited by Narry Santos and James Watson, 2022)
  • “Equipping Local Congregational Leadership Teams to Become Missional and to Multiply.” (Doctor of Ministry Dissertation, 2013)
  • “Discovering God’s Heart for the City,” (chapter in Green Shoots Out of Dry Ground, John P. Bowen, editor, 2013)
  • Contributor to the Missional Voice, Forge Canada’s publication.
  • “The Role of the Local Church in Community Transformation,” (chapter in Discipling our Nation, Murray Moerman, editor, 2005)
  • “Spiritual Leadership, Self Leadership, Servant Leadership” in Church Planting Canada Boot Camp Manual.