Personable Missionary offering experience in volunteering and facilitating long and short-term missions. Adept at leading groups of 100 people through cross-cultural journeys in academic and theological research. Successful at maintaining long-term relationships with communities through compassionate volunteering and extensive knowledge of reaching culture with the gospel. Hardworking Missionary trained in organizing meetings, building connections and writing reports. Successful managing major and minor research projects in world religion and ministry. Over 10 years of experience and deep passion for intercultural mission mission to make eternal impact on Biblical gospel and religious commitment. Passionate servant of God with commitment to spreading word of God and gospel faith through community advocacy and volunteering. Multi-talented in preaching, teaching and Research in World Religions, African Studies, Pentecostalism, African Traditional Religions and World Christian Studies. Experience in policy development and staff management procedures positively impacting overall morale and productivity.
Articulate church planting and religious studies research driven, Strategic planning and church relationship management expert.
Adept at planning, coordinating logistics and leading teams to promote timely project delivery. Offering excellent communication and supervision skills.
Analytical and hardworking in theological research of 10 years of progressive experience in theological training. Proven track record in research and development to support commercialization of cutting-edge products. Exceptional team leader with strong motivation and coaching skills.
Written may papers in Academic journals
Great Researcher in the field of Religions.
Certified as professional teacher at the Tai Solarin College of Education, Nigeria.
The leading student of the department with the CGPA of 3.70.
Outstanding performance in the doctoral studies in Comprehensive Exam, Prospectus and Dissertation at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth Texas form 2016-2017.
Dissertation Title: “African Wildfires: Yoruba Traditions, Neo-Pentecostal Power, and Baptists 1990-2015”
Supervisory Professor: Dean Sieberhagen, D.Theol.
Major Field of Study: Missions
Minor Field of Study: Evangelism
Foreign Languages: Yoruba, Latin, Greek, Hebrew and French (nonbiblical and biblical)
Master Thesis Title: "The Response of Baptist Churches to the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Ogbomoso Community.” M.A. Thesis, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 2011.
Supervisory Professor: Prof. C.U. Manus, Ph.D.
Major Field of Study: Church History and African Studies
Undergraduate Thesis Title: New Covenants: Its Theological Usage as Viewed by Prophet Jeremiah. B.A. Thesis, University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria, 2002.
Supervisory Professor: O.N. Olawoyin, Ph.D.
Major Field of Study: Religious Studies
Undergraduate Thesis Title: “Salvation in Christian Theology: An African Views” NCE thesis, Tai Solarin College of Education (Now University of Education) Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria, 1997.
Supervisory Professor: Chris T. Apata.
Major Field of Study: Political Science
Minor Field of Study: Christian Religious Studies
Jacob K. Oladipupo, “Evangelism and Social Action in Acts 3:1-26” The Faculty Journal of the Baptist Theological Seminary Kaduna, Nigeria (BTSK) Insight, ISSN: 2476-8480, Vol. 14, October 2017:119-127.
______. “Contextualization and the Nigerian Pentecostalism: The Reason for Rapid Growth” (Akungba Journal of Religion and African Culture, Vol. 5, No.1, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Nigeria, Jan-June, 2017: 97-110.
______."Power in Neo-Pentecostalism and African Traditional Religion: A Nigerian Case Study," published in International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v7i7/ART20183886.pdf, Volume 7 Issue 7, July 2018, 431 - 441, DOI: 10.21275/ART20183886.
______.“The Impact of Eschatology on the Missions of the Church” published in International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) Vol. 7, July 2018.
______.“Religion Crossing the Frontiers: Nigerian Pentecostal Dynamics/ Upsurge in the Western World” (published in the Great Commission Research Journal, Published by the Great Commission Research Network, Vol.10 Issue 1, Fall 2018).
______. “An Assessment of the Origin of Nigerian Pentecostalism and Garrick Sokari Braide's Healing Ministry of the Niger Delta (1882-1918)” Published in Southwestern Journal of Theology, Volume 61, Number 2, Spring 2019.
______.“Paul's Speech in Acts 17:16-34 as a Model of Contextualization of the Gospel in Africa” Published in Akungba Journal of Religion and African Culture, Vol. 6, No.1, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria, fall 2019.
______. “Pentecostal Movements and the Use of Media in Southwestern Nigeria” (Submitted for publication at the Ambrose Ali University Journals of Religious Studies Ekpoma, Nigeria)
______. “The Influence of American Pentecostal Evangelists to the Pentecostal Movements in Nigeria” (Submitted for Publication at Ambrose Ali University Ekpoma, Nigeria)
______.“The Place of Africa in the New Testament” Submitted for consideration to be published in the Journal of Biblical Studies
______.”The Paradigms shift of Baptist Polity and Church Government: A case study of the Nigerian Baptist Convention.”( Submitted for publication at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Journals of Theology, Kentucky, USA)
______. The Bible and History of Christianity in Africa
______. Africa, the Bible, and Dynamics of Global Christianity in the Twenty-First Century
______. Reasons for the Pentecostal Influence on the Mainline Churches in Nigeria
______. The Paradox/Enigma of Pentecostal Movements and Prosperity Gospel in Nigeria and its Effects on Global Christianity
______. Centrifugal and Centripetal dimension of Mission in the Age of Post-Modernism
______. Missions and Evangelistic Preaching in the Twenty-First Century
PASTORAL AND CHURCH STAFF EXPERIENCE
AREAS OF SPECIAL / RESEARCH INTEREST
Pentecostalism, New Testament, Church Planting and African Studies
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