Resurgens Consulting

Tom Griffin graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and a major in Marketing. He has 40+ years in technology sales, marketing and management, consulting and entrepreneurship and is currently a management consultant.

For the past 17 years, Tom has focused his non-business career on Christian apologetics through various ministries. He is in his 13th year teaching fifth grade Sunday School at his church, First Baptist Church in Peachtree City, Georgia, where he teaches scriptural and apologetics lessons each week and also delivers apologetics training to middle school and high school youth, missions teams and adult Life groups.

Additionally, he developed 7 student apologetics discussion clubs on campuses in Georgia for Ratio Christi, the leading Christian apologetics organization with over 200 discussion clubs on college campuses around the country and the world. Most recently in his role as Project Manager he helped produce the first Ratio Christi TV program, Truth Matters, a thrice a week apologetics program that launched in early 2017.

Over the years Tom has also coached recreational youth baseball and basketball teams for 6 years, 5 years of youth Upward Basketball for First Baptist Church, and two years coaching the church high school team. All in all, 7 team championships were secured during these years.

He is currently enrolled in graduate classes at Southern Evangelical Seminary finalizing his Master of Arts in Religion (MAR) and Master of Arts in Apologetics (MAA). Two years Tom presented at the National Christian Conference on Apologetics (NCCA) on tolerance/political correctness to support his fictional novel titled The Last Premise, a geopolitical thriller with a mix of politics, special ops, romance and a large dose of apologetics, as apocalypse approaches. Last year he presented on the historical evidence that the Constitutional “founding fathers” were Christian.

In 2016 he completed a private, non-published historical fiction about a series of lost love letters from his father to his mother during the depression years called, Letters from Art.

Tom also completed a draft for a 5th-8th grade Sunday School curriculum, Apologetics for Tweens: How to save your children from doubts and unanswered questions about Christianity, with weekly scriptural and apologetics lessons based on his work over the last 13 years. The curriculum is in process for publishing through Athanatos Ministries and targeted for Sunday School teachers, Christian private school teachers, homeschool teachers, and grandparents. It is due out in initial form by late 2017 and is the only known combination of scripture and apologetics lessons in a formal curriculum.

Tom is single, lives in Peachtree City, Georgia and has a 22 year old son Daniel, who is a Senior at Valdosta State in Georgia, majoring in Theater Performance.