Assistant Professor of Music and Worship; Program Coordinator, Music and Worship
B.S., Arizona Christian University; M.Div., Ph.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Although a transplant from Arizona, Kha Do has grown deep roots in Louisville, Kentucky, since 2012. He completed his Doctor of Philosophy and his Master of Divinity at Southern Seminary. He has served Southern and Boyce College as assistant professor of music and worship studies and program coordinator for the worship department since 2019. He also directs the Boyce Worship Collective, a team of undergraduate musicians who records music and leads worship services on campus and across the country. Prior to his teaching role, he taught as an adjunct professor at Boyce where he led ensembles, mentored musicians, and produced several recording projects for the Institute of Biblical Worship. Do has also led and produced recordings with the Norton Hall Band at Southern Seminary from 2015-2018. Prior to joining Southern, he served as an associate worship leader and led worship service for a number of churches and conferences. Aside from research, music and worship studies, his interests range in photography, gardening, and coffee snobbery. He is married to Melanie and they have two sons, Ellis Dinh Do and Beckett Dinh Do.
Ask A Professor
Why do you love teaching at Boyce College?
I love the creative community of students and faculty learning from each other. Knowing that what happens in the classroom will ultimately impact the kingdom of God makes teaching each day so encouraging.
What are some of your top students doing with their degree?
Students who come through our program are leading Christ-Centered worship in churches all around the country. Others have found their calling in the academy teaching music to children and adults.
What makes degrees at Boyce College distinct?
The worship and pastoral studies and worship and music studies degree are distinctly ministry equipping degree programs. Students will not only receive the highest quality music education, they will also receive robust theological training that prepares them for a life of ministry whether that is in the local church, mission field, or academy.