AG Executive Leadership Serves as Moen Chair

Date: February 18, 2011 - 3:22pm
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Minneapolis, MN- Through the generous gifts of donors, North Central University students have had the privilege of studying each semester with prominent preachers and leaders who have experience both behind the pulpit and in the international field. Founded in 2002, The Moen Chair, named after former NCU Chairman of the Board Rev. Ernest J. Moen, is a program designed to invite prominent leaders from around the nation to teach, model and mentor homiletics and pastoral skills throughout a given semester.

Each semester a speaker is selected who regularly participates with the larger student body through chapel programming, as well as providing guest lectures in the classroom for Homiletics students.

Unlike past semesters where one leader would serve as a semester’s Chair, the 2011 spring semester is including four members of the Executive Leadership of the Assemblies of God to serve as co-Chairs. Assistant General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Alton Garrison, led off on February 17th by speaking in chapel, interacting with faculty and students during a luncheon and teaching two Homiletics II classes.

Garrison will be followed by three other members of the Executive Committee of the A/G, including General Superintendent Dr. George O. Wood, General Secretary James T. Bradford and General Treasurer Douglass E. Clay.

Since 2002, the Moen Chair for Pentecostal Preaching has had 18 leaders serve as Chair.


Past Moen Chair of Pentecostal Preaching