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Post Walker in at Lee sadlytrue77
What are the chances that Mark Walker becomes the next Lee President? It makes sense. Rumor has it he is being pushed to move toward the G.O. spot again, maybe even next assembly. Tim Hill and his supporters will certainly breathe easier if Walker is tied up at Lee.
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Post In all seriousness... PreacherSteve
I see something more along the lines of Dr. Baker from PTS taking the position. I believe Walker only has a DMin which will not qualify him to lead a university such as Lee.

Lee has outgrown political appointments to some degree and will require someone that has educational credentials in addition as being well-connected. A university with doctorate programs, and several more in the works, cannot be led along by someone that has a "name" in the CoG and a DMin.
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Post Re: Walker in at Lee MrSippi
sadlytrue77 wrote:
What are the chances that Mark Walker becomes the next Lee President? It makes sense. Rumor has it he is being pushed to move toward the G.O. spot again, maybe even next assembly. Tim Hill and his supporters will certainly breathe easier if Walker is tied up at Lee.


I can certainly see Mark Walker as the next Lee University. He is a great man and leader. However, I have never known him to get any votes as General Overseer, so I doubt that Tim Hill supporters are too concerned about that. Smile
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Post Brandon Bowers
They need someone with a Ph.D and experience... Preferably someone who knows Lee very well...

I think Walt Mauldin would be a good choice. He worked under Dr. Conn for many years, has the degrees, the experience, and a love for Lee. Right now, he's getting executive experience at the Home for Children.
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Post Re: In all seriousness... Carolyn Smith
PreacherSteve wrote:
I see something more along the lines of Dr. Baker from PTS taking the position. I believe Walker only has a DMin which will not qualify him to lead a university such as Lee.

Lee has outgrown political appointments to some degree and will require someone that has educational credentials in addition as being well-connected. A university with doctorate programs, and several more in the works, cannot be led along by someone that has a "name" in the CoG and a DMin.


According to our dear friend OTCP, Mike Baker's doctorate is honorary, so no, he probably won't be leading the pack to lead Lee next.
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Post To Minimize Confusion mytwocents
Dr. Mark Walker holds a PHD from Regent University. It is not a Dmin. Acts-celerater
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Post Re: In all seriousness... Nature Boy Florida
Carolyn Smith wrote:
PreacherSteve wrote:
I see something more along the lines of Dr. Baker from PTS taking the position. I believe Walker only has a DMin which will not qualify him to lead a university such as Lee.

Lee has outgrown political appointments to some degree and will require someone that has educational credentials in addition as being well-connected. A university with doctorate programs, and several more in the works, cannot be led along by someone that has a "name" in the CoG and a DMin.


According to our dear friend OTCP, Mike Baker's doctorate is honorary, so no, he probably won't be leading the pack to lead Lee next.


Yeah - there won't be an honorary Doctorate going in at Lee.
Tim Hill or Mike Baker.
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Post First, there's no doctorate in "running a university" Aaron Scott
While it should not be simply a political appointment, it also should not be one without any concern for the Church of God. That's how we wind up with a leader that is not on fire for God. (Of course, that can happen either way.)

I don't know Walker, but I know (of) his dad, and there is not a bigger name in the Church of God at this point (in terms of dynasty, etc.).

I will also add that two of Lee's greatest leaders did not have Ph.D's (at least at the time they led): Charles Conn...and Ray H. Hughes. In fact, to the best of my knowledge, NO ONE until Paul Conn had a terminal degree! So that's not the "thing" some people are trying to make it.

Would Paul Conn really be any less effective without a Ph.D? NO! Energy and renewed vision (one that carried on Conn's vision) is what is needed, and there is no doctorate in either.

For me, I'd rather have someone KNOWN as a man of God...than to have the greatest scholar lead Lee...if his/her heart is not afire of heaven. We are LOST if it's not a man of God! For Lee to be what it needs to be, I think it must never forget what it began as...and it must never stop being that at its very core.

A great leader can raise money and lead Lee with excellence, doctorate or not. And any faculty that get their pants in a wad over a great leader that doesn't have a doctorate will demonstrate the spirit they are of--for it is a spirit that is more about prestige than prayer and holiness. Give us a man of God and God will help him do wonderful things--especially since Paul Conn will be there to assist.
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Post Re: First, there's no doctorate in "running a university" Cojak
Aaron Scott wrote:
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A great leader can raise money and lead Lee with excellence, doctorate or not. And any faculty that get their pants in a wad over a great leader that doesn't have a doctorate will demonstrate the spirit they are of--for it is a spirit that is more about prestige than prayer and holiness. Give us a man of God and God will help him do wonderful things--especially since Paul Conn will be there to assist.


The PHd would be an asset, but the above statement it what is needed...
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Post Mark Walker spartanfan
I predicted when he left Mt Paran it was inevitable. Best man for the job! Golf Cart Mafia Underboss
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Post Personal Note Patrick Harris
Personally I like Mark Walker.

I use to attend Mt. Paran North and my very first Sunday there one of the ushers grabbed Mark after service and had him come meet me.

Mark and I talked a few minutes and he was very gracious.

Given the size of Mt. Paran North at the time, it really impressed me about him that he'd take the time to talk with a first-time visitor like that.
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