About Terry Moffitt

Terry Moffitt has been called “The Christian Indiana Jones,” going where few Christians dare to tread.  Over the years he has found himself in the middle of wars in eight countries, had a contract put on his head by organized crime, received death

threats from radical Islamic groups and been bitten by a very nasty spider in Australia. Through it all he has maintained both his love for Jesus Christ and his sense of humor. Whether he is found teaching in the Australian outback, working with HIV+ “Taboo Babies” in orphanages in Africa, running national political campaigns, in the heart of a Muslim refugee camp in Eastern Europe or in the middle of a hot debate in the US, you can count on Terry to present an uncompromising witness for Jesus Christ. 

Terry has been a Christian educator for more nearly 30 years, serving as a teacher, coach, principal and head administrator. Along the way he has founded two companies. The TCMI Group, a multi-faceted consulting organization and GMI Solutions, which specializes in domestic and international security and counterterrorism for educational and religious organizations. Terry is an internationally known speaker who has traveled and spoken on every continent, (except Antarctica) and in 48 of the 50 U.S. states. Terry also teaches Education Law in the graduate school at Columbia International University and is a regular at the East Coast Summit held annually at Bryan College. Terry also serves as the Executive Director of Ft. Bluff Camp and The National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) in Dayton, TN. 

Moffitt has been featured in such prominent media venues as The BBC, Fox and Friends, MSNBC, Nightline, NBC’s The Today Show, American Family Radio, CBN and TBN, as an expert in a wide variety of areas. He has also been interviewed for articles in publications as varied as The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Hindustan Times, The Palestinian Chronicle, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Malaysian National News, The BostonGlobe, The London Telegraph, and The London Guardian

Terry played basketball, and received his undergraduate degree in Education, from The University of North Carolina; his M.Ed from The University of North Carolina-Greensboro and his Th.D from Jacksonville Theological Seminary.  He also received a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University and has twice been a Fellow at the Foundation for Economic Education. He is currently completing a Masters in Security Management from the American Military University. Terry lives in High Point, North Carolina with his wife Cindy though these days he spends as much time as possible with his two grandchildren.