SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Mike McAteer will present a three-part lectureship on Oct. 26, 27 and 28, beginning at 11 a.m. each day in the William J. Seymour Chapel, at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.
McAteer has served with AG World Missions in Asia Pacific and Northern Asia since 1983. He is currently the 2016–2017 J. Philip Hogan Professor of World Missions at AGTS, and is finalizing his doctoral dissertation for a Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies.
The lecture series is titled, “Early Twentieth Century Pentecost in China: Insights Emerging from Selected Biographical Narratives.” The three-part series includes:
- Lecture 1: Setting the Stage: A Heritage of Commitment
- Lecture 2: A Cloud of Witnesses: A Heritage of God’s Faithfulness
- Lecture 3: Back to the Future: A Heritage Leading Us Forward
The first two lectures will be live streamed at agts.edu. The third will be recorded and posted online at a later time.
McAteer’s career has included terms as an associate pastor, senior pastor, and assistant youth director in Arkansas, and with AG World Missions.
The J. Philip Hogan Chair
The J. Philip Hogan Chair at AGTS is an endowed professorship that honors the missionary leadership of one of our most distinguished former executive directors of the Assemblies of God World Missions. As a partnership between AGTS and AGWM, it calls on today’s missionaries and scholars to continue in the heritage of thoughtful, incisive and Spirit-led missiology that Hogan’s ministry left us.
A leading missiologist is invited annually to fill the chair in order to explore new dimensions in missiology through teaching, research and writing. Special thanks are due to AGWM, the Hyllberg Memorial Fund, Philip and Virginia Hogan and others who have contributed to the endowment of the Chair.
For additional information, contact Jennifer Hall at (417) 865-2815, ext. 7670.
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