MLADC

  
  


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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