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   G. Dean Beal   

B. A. Wheaton college (1962); M. Div., International School of Theology (1982);  D. Min., Talbot Theological Seminary (1985); post-doctoral certificate, University of Southern California (l987).  Fifty-five years on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ. Faculty at The Orlando Institute since 1991.

   Stephen M. Clinton

B.A., Trinity College, 1967; M.A. in Philosophy of Religion, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1969; M. Div., 1970; Ph.D. in Systematic Theology, California Graduate School of Theology, 1979; M.A. in Education of the Gifted, California State University, 1986; M.A. in Biblical Counseling, International School of Theology, 1987; Ph.D. in Education, University of California, 1997. He has authored over 70 publications. Nine years pastoral ministry. Ordained in the Evangelical Free Church of America. Forty-two years with Campus Crusade. President of Vision Orlando 2012 - present. Faculty at The Orlando Institute since 1991.

  George Cope

B.A. in Biblical Studies, an M.A. and Doctorate of Ministries (D.Min) in Leadership. He has served 40 years in ministry, pastoring churches in various regions of the U.S, including an inner city church in Chicago and Calvary Assembly in Winter Park, FL.  He has traveled the world preaching and teaching in over 50 countries. He was President of Zion Bible College in Rhode Island. He served on the pastoral board of Vision Orlando and joined Vision Orlando as Pastoral Director in 2013.


   Larry Nieboer

B.S. Civil Engineering, Michigan State Univ. 1983. Certificate, Institute of Biblical Studies, 1995. Certificate, Agape International Training, 1984. Great Commission Training Curriculum, Jos, Nigeria, 1989.  Master in Christian Ministry, The Orlando Institute, 2002.  Larry served in Africa for seven years.  He has been on staff with Campus Crusade for 28 years.  Larry is an ordained Southern Baptist minister. He is the director of the Great Commission Training Center.  He has been with The Orlando Institute since 1992.

Robert Singleton

B.S. in Electrical Engineering (Computer Block), The University of Texas at Austin, 1973; Master of Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1977; Certificate, Agape International, 1977; Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration, The University of Texas at Austin, 1993; He has authored seven publications. Pastoral ministry in a Southern Baptist Church. Licensed by Hyde Park Baptist Church in Austin, Texas and Ordained by Community Bible Chapel in Pleasanton, Texas. Thirty-six years on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ, including six years in Africa (Director of Nairobi International School of Theology) and four years in Asia. Faculty at The Orlando Institute since 1996.

  Dexter Sanders

B.A. from Wilberforce University of Ohio, a M.S. in Secondary Education from Nazareth College of New York, a M.S. in Educational Administration from the State University of New York at Oswego and studied at Colgate Rochester Divinity School. He served 12 years in ministry as Director of Evangelism at New Covenant Baptist Church in Orlando and the founding pastor of Rock Orlando. He speaks for Luis Palau, Next Generation Alliance, Compassion International, Zero Gravity Action Sports and Life Promotions. He joined Vision Orlando in 2015 as Evangelism Director.

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