MA Open Session with Dr. David Moore

Start Time: 9:00 am

Location: Life Pacific University

San Dimas

MA Open Session with Dr. David Moore

Come and participate in one or both Open Sessions as part of Life Pacific University’s MA Residency Week. We welcome guests to bring their teams for a day dedicated to professional development, networking, and personal enrichment. These Open Sessions are generously sponsored by LPU Online Graduate Education. Register Today:

MA Residency Week Open Session 2024

Thursday, January 11 9am-12 pm | Guest Speaker: Dr. David Moore

Topic: Pentecostal Ethos: Historical Perspectives and Theological Characteristics of the Modern Pentecostal-Charismatic Movements. Pastor Roundtable Following

About Dr. Moore

Dr. David Moore, the M.G. Robertson Chair of Pneumatology at The King’s University, previously served as a Professor of Bible and Theology at Life Pacific College. With a rich history of pastoral and academic experience, Dr. Moore’s expertise spans various aspects of Pentecostal and Charismatic movements. He holds two earned doctorates from Regent University School of Divinity and taught there as a visiting professor.

As an accomplished author, Dr. Moore has contributed significantly to theological literature. Notable works include “The Shepherding Movement: Controversy and Charismatic Ecclesiology,” “The Charismatic Century: The Enduring Impact of the Azusa Street Revival” (co-authored with Jack Hayford), and “The Pastor and The Kingdom: Essays In Honor of Jack W. Hayford,” which he co-edited with Dr. Jon Huntzinger. His latest release, “Pastor Jack: The Authorized Biography of Jack W. Hayford,” sheds light on the life of The King’s University founder.

Dr. Moore’s influence extends to various publications, magazines, and journals, making him a respected figure in his field. He and his late wife, Patty, were married for over 52 years and were blessed with three children, eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. In his spare time, Dr. Moore enjoys the companionship of a beloved feline friend they aptly named “Kitty.”