Assistant Superintendent Rev. Jerry & Cynthia Flores
|Rev. Jerry Flores graduated from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Career Arts in Pastoral Ministry and went on to receive a Masters in Theological Studies on April 27, 2012, at which time he was inducted into the National Honor Society for Religious Studies as a member if Theta Alpha Kappa. He has been a credentialed A/G minister since 1994 and became an ordained minister in 2002. Jerry also served as the Men's Director for MLAD for 8 years. Jerry and his wife Cynthia served as pastors of Iglesia Cristo El Rey in Rochester, MN for 6 years. Currently they serve as pastors at Harvest Assembly of God in Saginaw, MI.|
Jerry is presently serving as the MLAD Higher Education Director, and the Sectional Presbyter for the State of Michigan.
He has served as a member of the Midwest Executive Presbytery for 6 years, and currently sits on the board of directors for Health Delivery in Saginaw, MI, North Central University in Minneapolis, MN, and is a General Presbyter for the National Office of the Assemblies of God.
Jerry & Cynthia have been married since 1988 and gave four sons, Wesley, Jerry, Jared and Joshua.
Assistant Superintendent e-mail address: Pastor@harvestassembly.biz
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