SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR FALL 2014

Dr. Derrick R. Rosenior, Director of the Lewis Wilson Institute for Pentecostal Studies, has finalized the following schedule of
events for this academic year. Please mark your calendars now and plan to attend as many as your schedule permits.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
“Pentecost: This Story is Our Story”
DR. ROBERT P. MENZIES, Ph.D.
Director of Synergy, Adjunct Professor, Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Philippines, A/G
Theological Seminary, Springfield, MO
Robert Menzies completed his Ph.D. studies (New Testament) at the University of Aberdeen,
Scotland under the supervision of I. Howard Marshall in 1989. He has authored several
books on the work of the Spirit including Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal
Experience (Zondervan, 2000), which he co-authored with his father, Dr. William W.
Menzies (co-founder and first president of the Society for Pentecostal Studies) and Pentecost:
This Story is Our Story (GPH, 2013) which won the Society for Pentecostal Studies Pnuema
Book Award in March, 2014. Dr. Menzies is an adjunct professor at Asia Pacific Theological
Seminary in the Philippines and the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in the US. For
the past 20 years Dr. Menzies, along with his wife, has lived and served in China. Dr.
Menzies is currently the Director of Synergy, an organization that seeks to enable rural village
people in Southwest China to live productive and fruitful lives.
 
ANNUAL LECTURESHIP
 
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2014
“All the Gospel to All the World: 100 Years of Assemblies of God Missiology”
DR. JOHN BUENO
Former Executive Director, Assemblies of God World Missions,
Chairman, Board of Trustees, Global University, Springfield, MO
John Bueno served for 14 years as the executive director of Assemblies of God World
Missions. Prior to his election as executive director he served eight years as field director for
Latin America and the Caribbean region. A dynamic speaker and veteran missionary, Bueno
and his wife Lois, served for 28 years in El Salvador where he pastored the Evangelistic
Center in San Salvador. Under his leadership, the church became the largest evangelical
church in Central America. He also began a school for the needy children in San Salvador
that grew to 22,000 students in 37 campuses. This ministry now known as Latin America
ChildCare provides schooling, clothing, meals and medical care for thousands of needy
children in Latin America. He is author of An Open Heart, Remember the Poor, In His
Service, Answers to Troubling Questions, In Christ Alone, Agents of the Kingdom (Spanish)
and Soul Clinic (Spanish). He has also written numerous articles for the Pentecostal Evangel.
 
SEMINARS WILL BE HELD FROM 2:30-4:30 PM
IN THE HEATH 100 LECTURE HALL OF VANGUARD UNIVERSITY