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Resident Faculty


Mark Hausfeld

International Director, Global Initiative: Reaching Muslim Peoples
Director of the Center for Islamic Studies at AGTS

Associate Professor of Urban and Islamic Studies
2007-2008 J. Philip Hogan Professor of World Missions


B.A., Evangel University
M.Div., Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
D.Min., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary

Dr. Hausfeld church planted and pastored in Chicago for 10 years. He and his family also served in Central Asia establishing drug rehabilitation centers for 15 years. He was the 2007 J. Philip Hogan Professor of World Missions at AGTS, and taught here as an adjunct faculty member from 2002-2008. Co-author of Silk Road Stories, he frequently speaks at conferences around the world. Earlier in his ministry, Dr. Hausfeld was an associate pastor in Chicago and later planted Maranatha AG there. He also served on the Chicago Commission for Human Relations).

"To me a seminary education is the preparation of called women and men to fulfill God’s agenda through their lives. The megacities and Islamic world are crying for messengers of the gospel who will be long term incarnational witnesses through word and deed. Such context require the People of God to seek the power of the Holy Spirit in tandem with an education that is theologically sound, historically rooted, culturally sensitive and strategically formed." — Mark Hausfeld

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