Welcome to Groundswell, an engaging conversation with Christian leaders who are committed to transforming lives across North America. Your hosts are Jeremy Summers, director of Spiritual Formation for the Wesleyan Denomination and Heath Mullikin, pastor of Oakway United Wesleyan Church. Today’s conversation is with Dr. Joseph Dongell. Dr. Dongell joined the faculty at Asbury Theological Seminary in 1989. He now serves as professor of Biblical Studies, with primary responsibility in the Inductive Bible Studies Department.
Prior to joining the faculty, he served as an instructor in various languages (Greek, Hebrew and Latin) at Asbury Seminary (1981-1983), Asbury College (1985-1986) and Union Theological Seminary (1987).
As an ordained elder in the Wesleyan Church, Dr. Dongell has maintained an active ministry in that denomination as an associate pastor, a regular adult Sunday school teacher; a one-time director and frequent advisor of the Wesleyan Seminary Foundation on Asbury Seminary’s campus; an instructor in regional Wesleyan ministerial training; and a representative to the annual Graduate Student Theological Seminar.
He and his wife, Regina, have two children. On this episode, we talk with Dr. Joseph Dongell about a Theology of Love and how that should impact individuals and churches.
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