Theology Archive


The commencement ceremony for Evangel University will once again be held at James River Church in Ozark, Mo.

UPDATE: Evangel University’s 58th Annual Commencement week activities

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Alumni Voices: John Alarid

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Wilfredo De Jesús, affectionately known as Pastor Choco, is pastor of the largest Assemblies of God church in the U.S.

One of TIME Magazine’s “most influential” to speak at Evangel’s 58th Annual Commencement

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Dr. Sobhi Malek will be installed as the 2016 J. Philip Hogan Professor of World Missions, on Monday, March 8, 2016.

Conclusion of lecture series on “The Caliphate: The Islamic State…” at AGTS

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Dr. Murray Dempster, Dr. Byron D. Klaus and Dr. Doug Petersen.

Evangel & AGTS participate in Society for Pentecostal Studies annual conference

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Dr. Michael McCorcle

Installation service for Dr. Michael McCorcle, new Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs

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The 2015 service trip to Greece found these four students exploring an amphitheater in Athens — Katie Haney, a junior from Cincinnati, Ohio; Leah Eltiste, a senior from Johnson, Neb.; Amy Sudek, a senior from Detroit, Mich.; and Abby Goldberg, a senior from Syracuse, N.Y.

Evangel Spring Break: More than 120 to participate in service trips around the world

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Dr. Renea Brathwaite

AGTS at Evangel to host 8th annual Horton Lectureship Series

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Evangel University professor Dr. Grant Jones at the Mount Kenya Animal Orphanage.

Evangel students serve two weeks of Christmas break in Africa

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Dr. Mark Hausfeld (left) received a standing ovation upon the completion of his Inauguration ceremony on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. With him are Dr. George Wood, chair of Evangel’s board of trustees, and Dr. Carol Taylor, president of Evangel University. // PHOTO BY: Megan White

Dr. Mark Hausfeld formally inaugurated as president of AG Seminary

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Mason Rozean, a freshman from Kearney, Neb.

Five Riggs Scholarship winners enroll at Evangel

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The Rev. David Crabtree graduated from CBC and AGTS, and is now earning a doctor of ministry degree at AGTS.

CBC “Distinguished Alumnus” for 2015: Rev. David Crabtree

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Pastor Nick Poole helps fund his “ministry habit” by being a freelance graphic designer at Nick Poole Graphics.

CBC “Outstanding Young Alumnus” for 2015: Nick Poole

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Roger Moore, Evangel University’s director of public safety (left), and Officer Tim Davis during last year’s Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention (SHARP) training.

National Campus Safety Awareness Month at Evangel University

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Jacques Richard Sassandra’s woodcut, “Le Christ sur la mer” (2004), was inspired by Jacopo Tintoretto’s painting of “Christ at the Sea of Galilea” (c. 1575-1580), which is on display at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Evangel University to display art inspired by classics in the National Gallery of Art

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Evangel University junior Ashtin Flowers on the beach during her recent visit to Southeast Africa.
PHOTO BY: Megan Proebsting

Students spend two weeks in Mozambique, Africa

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Matthew Taumua was honored to be named the “Outstanding Biblical Studies Graduate” and the “Outstanding Greek Scholar” for 2015.

School of Theology and Church Ministries’ — 2015 graduation awards

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2015-05.01 Wave Nunnally, Clark Award

Clark Award given to Dr. Wave Nunnally for academic excellence

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The chapel speaker on April 23 will be Dr. Michael Kolstad, a 1988 graduate and long-time supporter of Evangel. He now serves as vice president for university advancement.

EU to launch the first Evangel Day on April 23

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Dr. Justin McBrayer

Evangel presents Dr. Justin McBrayer, N.Y. Times’ controversial philosopher — What is truth?

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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