CHARLES AYARS, D.MIN.
D.Min. Columbia Theological Seminary. M.Div., Fuller Theological Seminary. Certificate of Completion, Renovaré Institute for Spiritual Formation 2009-2011. Specialization: Spiritual Formation and Spiritual Direction.
CHRISTOPHER BOYD, PH.D.
Ph.D., Regent University; M.B.A., Shorter College. Executive Pastor, Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral, in Austell, GA. Specialization: Organization Leadership.
REV. CARE CRAWFORD, D.MIN.
D.Min. in Spiritual Direction, Fuller Theological Seminary; Th.M. in Pastoral Care and Counseling, Princeton Theological Seminary; M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary; B.A., Religion and Education, College of Wooster.
Helen M. Edwards, D.MIN.
Fuller Theological Seminary; M.A. in Spiritual Formation and Leadership, Spring Arbor University; Graduate Certificate in Spiritual Direction, Richmont Graduate University; Renovaré Institute of Spiritual Formation; B.S., Biology and Chemistry, Mt. Mercy University.
LELAND ELIASON, TH.D.
Founding Dean of the School of Ministry. Th.D. Boston University School of Theology; S.T.M., Northwestern Lutheran Theological Seminary (Luther Seminary); B.D., Bethel Seminary; B.A., Bethel College.
KENY FELIX, PH.D.
Ph.D., Th.M., M.Div., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; M.S.Ed., B.S., University of Miami. Licensed Professional Counselor, Florida Professional Educator’s Certificate, Guidance and Counseling. Member: ACA, ACES, AMCD.
MARTY GOEHRING, PH.D.
Licensed Psychologist, Ph.D., Fuller Graduate School of Psychology; M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary; B.S., University of New Mexico. Director of Family Therapy of Albuquerque, Inc. Associate Pastor, Heights Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Specializations: anxiety disorders and spiritual formation in Christian counseling. Member: CAPS, APA.
CHRIS GREEN, PH.D., D.MIN.
Ph.D. at Bangor University, D.Min. at Oral Roberts University, M.S.T.S at Southwestern Assemblies of God University, and B.S. and an M.M. at Southwestern Christian University. Dr. Green has served as faculty at Pentecostal Theological Seminary, Southwestern Christian University, Mid-American University, and Oral Roberts University. His research and writing focus on the relationship of vocation, holiness, and scriptural hermeneutics
RONALD W. HARVARD, D.MIN.
D.Min. Erskine Theological Seminary. M.A.C.M. Pentecostal Theological Seminary. M.A., Ball State University. B.A., Lee University. Many years of pastoral experience.
JEFF HORNER, ED.D.
Ed.D. and M.A. at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, B.A. at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), and an M.Litt. degree at the University of Bristol in England. Dr. Horner has spent 17 years working in independent Christian schools in North Carolina, California, and Georgia. He has worked as a contractor for the College Board and has served on SAIS Accreditation and SAIS Reading teams. Dr. Horner has held positions as adjunct faculty at Southern Baptist Theological University and Point University. He has published articles in The Journal of Church and State, Religious Education, Christian Education Journal, and has a forthcoming article in Perichoresis.
JOSH RICE, PH.D.
Hermeneutics and Exegesis
Ph.D., Th.M. Lutheran School of Theology; M.A. Biblical Studies, Columbia Theological Seminary. 12 Years of teaching New Testament and Biblical studies. Contracted Curriculum writer for Pathway Press. Natural Church Development Certified Coach. Generosity Strategist – The Generis Group. Teaching Pastor, Mt. Paran North Church of God.
DAN SARTOR, PH.D.
Associate Professor of Counseling. Licensed Psychologist. National Certified Counselor. Ph.D., M.A., Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University; M.A., Reformed Theological Seminary in Florida; B.A., Moody Bible Institute. Member: APA, NBCC, CAPS.
JAMES D. SMITH III, TH.D.
Th.D., Th.M., Harvard, M.Div. Bethel Seminary, A.B. San Diego State. Ordained 1978 (BGC/Converge). Pastoral ministries in MN, MA and CA (currently). Since 1988 church history faculty at Bethel. Specializations: biography, doctrine, spiritual life/ministry, missions, women in Christian tradition, Nouwen. Member: AAR, ASCH, SABR.
MICHAEL STEWART, D.MIN.
Communication in Ministry
D.Min., Assemblies of God Theological Seminary; M.A., Liberty University; B.A., A.A., Emmanuel College. Certificate in Advanced Church Leadership, Beeson Institute of Asbury Theological Seminary. Former pastor and college president.
M. JUSTIN WALKER, PH.D. (cand)
Ph.D. (cand), Emory University; M.Div., Th.M., Candler School of Theology; B.A., Lee University. Specialty areas: Old Testament, Ancient Near Eastern Iconography, Biblical Theology. Teaching Pastor, Mount Paran North Church of God.
SAMUEL YOUNGS, PH.D.
Church History; Theology; Anglican Studies