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John F. and Anita L. Koeshall


2010-2011 J. Philip Hogan Professors of World Missions

Since 1980 Drs. John and Anita Koeshall have engaged in university student ministry in Europe. From 1986 to the present John has coordinated University Student Ministry-Europe for Assemblies of God World Missions. Since 2002 Anita has been involved in training of new missionaries in the AGWM’s Missionary Training in Springfield as well as on the field in Europe and Central Asia. As part of their ministry they developed the organization, Students for Christ in Europe. In 1991 they established a training center in Brussels, Belgium to equip campus ministry leaders from Europe and other parts of the world. They have also helped to train such leaders in Asia and Africa. Previous to their European ministry, the Koeshalls pioneered the Chi Alpha ministry in the Wisconsin/ Northern Michigan District from 1969-1980.

John graduated from Wisconsin State University (B.S.), North Central University (B.A.), AGTS (M.A.), and BIOLA University (Ph.D. in Intercultural Education, 2002). Anita received degrees from the University of Wisconsin (B. Pharm.), BIOLA (M.A. 2001), and Fuller Theological Seminary (Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies, 2008). Both have served as guest professors of European mission at Evangel University, and John has taught apologetics at Continental Theological Seminary in Brussels. The Koeshalls have four adult children.

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