Adjunct Professor, Apostolic Bible Institute, St Paul, MN; Apostolic Leadership Institute, Enfield CT; Gateway College of Evangelism, Hazelwood MO; Chaplain DOE, Hospice/Hospital.
Dr. Poe served as professor University of Florida and Professor and head of department at Virginia Tech University before joining the faculty as Dean of Christian Education at Jackson College of Ministries, Jackson MS. He began a campus ministry at VA Tech and pastored churches both in Virginia and Mississippi. He was ordained in the Mississippi District of the UPCI in 1987 and served as Secretary and Director of Sunday school in the district. He wrote training modules and taught seminars for licensees at all levels of ministerial development. Through the years Dr. Poe has advised and counseled many leaders, ministers, youth, and couples, both in college and in the church. His students trained in college and university and in Bible schools serve as leaders, teachers, pastors, missionaries, and administrators.
Dr Poe is presently self employed as a writer, college teacher and workshop facilitator. He founded Global Training Interaction, a nonprofit organization specializing in “training the trainers”. He facilitates training of leaders, teachers, and pastors in religious missions and institutions in many countries throughout the world, and teaches courses in several institutions of higher learning as well as ministering in local churches.
- OCA Chaplain endorsed by OEE UPCI
- Experienced university and college educator, Bible school teacher; mentor to students and individuals of all ages; former pastor; World Missions trainer; Occupational Chaplains Association Director of Education and facilitator of Chaplain’s Essentials for pastoral care and spiritual caregiving; ministry in relationship building, and conflict resolution.
- Pastors, pastor wives, teachers, professors and former students often call to discuss ways and means of decision making to restore and reestablish trust and respect in conflicting relationships. This includes marriage, church ministry, pursuing higher education, indebtedness, anger, self care. spiritual warfare, and parenting.