At the crossroads of theological formation, service, and scholarship
Dominic Done

Dominic Done, MTh

Professor of Applied Theology

ddone@georgefox.edu

MTh, University of Oxford
MA, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Graduate School
BS, Liberty University

Teaching and Research Interests: Dominic Done teaches in the THEO course of study launched in the fall of 2019.

The university welcomed Dominic Done as a professor of applied theology in 2019. He serves as the lead pastor of Westside, A Jesus Church, in Portland, and teaches in George Fox's newly created THEO freshman theology course.

Prior to taking over as pastor at Westside, he worked in ministry in several locales around the world, including as a senior pastor at Calvary Chapel South Maui in Hawaii (2003-10), as president of Calvary Bible College in Hawaii (2003-10), and as a missionary in Mexico and Vanuatu. Done also taught English for companies in Vienna, Austria (2002).

In February of 2019, he completed the book When Faith Fails: Finding God in the Shadow of Doubt, published by Thomas Nelson. Done earned a master of theology degree in applied theology from the University of Oxford in 2012, a master’s degree in religion from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Graduate School in 2010, and bachelor’s degrees in both psychology and religion from Liberty University in 2009.