Dr. Charles Snow

Professor, Graduate School of Theology and Ministry

Charles SnowBorn and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Charles Snow attended college at Southwestern Assemblies of God University near Dallas and married a girl (Mary Ellen) whom he met at church while a student there. His first pastoral post was in Malvern, Arkansas. Soon, his home church in Kansas City called him back as minister of Christian education and youth. While living in Kansas City, Mary Ellen gave birth to their three sons.

Among the many titles Charles has held during his years of service to the Lord are church planter, minister of Christian education, minister of youth, associate pastor and senior pastor. He has even served seven years as training coordinator for David Wilkerson Crusades/World Challenge.

In the midst of all his service, he managed to obtain his M.A. degree from Southern Methodist University and his doctorate from Nova Southeastern University.

From David Wilkerson Crusades, Dr. Snow came to ORU where he served as Dean of Doctoral Studies in the College of Theology and Ministry for 10 years. He left for a time to serve as senior pastor of Bethel Temple in Fort Worth, Texas, but he felt the call to return to ORU and in 2001 he came back to campus. In the years since he's returned, Dr. Snow has twice been voted as outstanding faculty member in the College of Theology and Ministry and has also received the Eugene Swearingen Award and the Harold and Edna Paul Award as the university's outstanding faculty member. In the fall of 2004, he taught at Livets Ord University in Uppsala, Sweden, and that year received the STM Faculty Service Award.

B.S. from Southwestern Assemblies of God University
M.A. from Southern Methodist University
Ed.D. from Nova Southeastern University

Contact information:   csnow@oru.edu   918.495.6319