Eastern Nazarene College | June 20-22, 2018

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Dan Boone

Dan Boone


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Dan Boone currently serves a dual presidency with Eastern Nazarene College (since 2017) and Trevecca Nazarene University (since 2005), leading the two historic institutions toward a potential merger in 2019. Prior to his role in higher education, he was in pastoral ministry for more than thirty years, ministering to college students a significant portion of that time during his pastorates at College Church of the Nazarene (Bourbonnais, Illinois) and at what is now Trevecca Community Church of the Nazarene. Dan is a graduate of Trevecca, Nazarene Theological Seminary (MDiv) and McCormick Theological Seminary (DMin). He is the author of 16 books, has taught on the university and seminary level, and has been a featured speaker for many denominational events. He and his wife, Denise, have three daughters and seven grandchildren.
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Javier and Annette Mondragon 

Javier and Annette Mondragon 


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Javier and Annette Mondragon are the founders of Many Nations Church (formerly Grace Point South), a Nazarene congregation located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Both Annette and Javier received bachelor degrees in theology from Seminario Nazareno Mexicano in Baja California, Mexico, and both are ordained elders in the Church of the Nazarene. Javier holds a Master of Ministry from Olivet Nazarene University, is an Adjunct Professor of Community Development and Urban Ministries at Indiana Wesleyan University, and is the founder of Bridge of Grace Compassionate Ministries Center. They are the proud parents of two boys and a girl: Yisrael David, Johann Levi, and Lea Annalise.
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David Busic

David Busic


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David Busic is a general superintendent in the Church of the Nazarene. Prior to his election to that office in 2013, he was president of Nazarene Theological Seminary. After being an associate pastor in Oklahoma and Kansas, he served as senior pastor for three Nazarene congregations: Vineyard Community Church (Livermore, CA), Central Church (Lenexa, KS), and First Church (Bethany, OK). He was ordained in 1991. While at Bethany First, David helped initiate and establish the Swaziland Partnership to help reduce the HIV/AIDS rate and assist vulnerable children in Swaziland, Africa. He is a graduate of Southern Nazarene University (BA) and Nazarene Theological Seminary (MDiv), and received an honorary Doctor of Divinity from Southern Nazarene University 2010. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary.