Springfield, Mo.--May 17, 2012--The Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS) announced the 2012 Sigma Chi Pi Honor Society inductees at it's 39th annual commencement celebration on May 5, 2012 at Central Assembly of God, Springfield, Mo.
The Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education sponsors the Sigma Chi Pi Honor Society. Seminary faculty nominate a three graduate alumni who satisfy scholastic, character and leadership qualifications and who graduated at least 10 years ago. This year's recipients are:
Paul N. Alexander (M.Div. 1995) is professor of Christianethics and Public Policy at Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University in Wynnewood, Penn. He has also taught at Azusa Pacific University's Haggard School of Theology and Southwestern Assemblies of God University. Paul has authored two books, edited another and has four books under contract. His first book, Peace to War: Shifting Allegiances in the Assemblies of God, was awarded the international Pneuma Book of the Year and reflects, in part, his efforts to encourage Pentecostals (and other Christians) to rediscover their early commitments to nonviolence and peace.
Michael H. Clarensau (M.A. 1986, D.Min. 2011) is senior director of the Assemblies of God's Healthy Church Network. He has authored more than a dozen books including, Journey to Integrity, The Sanctity of Life, and Give Them What They Want, and co-authored We Build People. He and his wife, Kerry, have pastored two congregations in Kansas.
Greg M. Mundis (M.A. 1997) was elected executive director of Assemblies of God (AG) World Missions in 2011 and is a member of the AG's Executive Leadership Team and Executive Presbytery. Mundis, with his wife, Sandie, has been a missionary since 1978. He was named area director for Central Europe in 1998 and subsequently saw the church in Europe grow from 440,365 believers and 3,940 churches to more than 1.8 million believers and 10,379 churches.
AGTS is one of the world's leading Pentecostal seminaries. A variety of traditional and alternative class formats are offered throughout the United States and abroad. For more information visit agts.edu or call 1-800-467-AGTS.