Releases: Cheryl Taylor to Lead Doctor of Ministry Program
Contact: Jennifer Hall, Promotions Coordinator
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Springfield, Mo.—August 16, 2007—Dr.
Cheryl Taylor has been named acting director of the Doctor
of Ministry Program for the 2007–2008 academic year at
the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS).
Dr. Taylor came to AGTS following a decade of ministry in the
local church, on the district level and on the foreign mission
field. Cheryl has served as Doctor of Ministry Program adviser
and has taught at AGTS since 2003. She also serves as the vice
president for academics at Asia Theological Centre for Evangelism
and Missions, an Assemblies of God Bible college in Singapore.
Cheryl’s passion is to help believers discover and fulfill
their God-given potential. Her doctoral research centered on
sexual integrity for ministers, and she frequently lectures/speaks
around the country on this subject. Her resources in this area
can be found at
“I’m personally thrilled that Dr. Taylor has consented
to join the AGTS team in this crucial role,” said AGTS
President Byron D. Klaus. “We will be moving ahead with
continued creativity to produce pastor/scholars for the church.”
Taylor earned a B.A. from Northwest University and an M.A.
and D.Min. from AGTS.
She assumed this role on July 1, 2007. She fills the role vacated
by Dr. Earl Creps who served the seminary faithfully for over
six years and is working to plant a church in Berkley, Calif.
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Tuesday, September 11, 2007 4:57 PM