Earl G. Creps
Visiting Professor of Leadership and Spiritual Renewal
BA, University of Pittsburgh
MA, PhD, Northwestern University
DMin, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
Dr. Creps is a specialist on missional Christianity, postmodernism, communication and leadership. He brings a rich background in communications and pastoral ministry to his teaching. He has served as a pastor in Vermont, Maine, Florida and Missouri—often utilizing radio and television as well as blogging and podcasting. Since 2009 he has served as lead pastor at 360church in Berkeley, California. He has been active in district ministries, serving as a sectional presbyter in the Northern New England District Council. On the national level, he served as adult ministries consultant for The General Council of the Assemblies of God and has been a member of various General Council committees.
Dr. Creps began his teaching career in the state university system of Vermont and has also served as adjunct faculty for several Christian institutions. He is a frequent speaker at conventions, seminars and retreats with special interests in the missional church, communication and leadership training. Dr. Creps has authored two well-received books, Off-Road Disciplines: Spiritual Adventures of Missional Leaders and Reverse Mentoring.
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The Leading Edge
A monthly e-newsletter from Earl Creps, Visiting Professor of Leadership and Spiritual Renewal. Offers
articles, training opportunities, tools, as well as recommended
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Edge and view archived issue from Oct. 2007 to the present.
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files from the archives below.
- May 2007— Earl Creps' article "Azusa Effect" published in the May/June 2006 issue of Ministry Today received first place in the General Article section at the 2007 Higher Goals and Awards of Excellence ceremony during the Evangelical Press Association's annual convention held in Colorado Springs, Colo. on May 2-4, 2007.
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