Dr. Cornell Haan, better known to friends as "Corkie," seconds himself as the National Facilitator for Special Projects for The Mission America Coalition/The Lighthouse Movement, the co-founder of The Presidential Prayer Team and the Vice President of The World Prayer Team.
has been thoroughly involved in the planting of seven churches and as a member of operational boards for the Baptist General Conference
in Minnesota, Middle East, Northern California, Southwest and Florida.
Before accepting the position as National Facilitator of Ministry Networks in 1996, Dr. Haan, over the span of 34 years, led seven various churches as Senior Pastor.
In 2005 he
launched Kingdom Connections which connects ministries to resources and opportunities.
Dr. Haan was born to godly parents in Chicago.
father owned an excavating company.
mother served as the President of the Gideon Auxiliary International
teen years he
was involved with Christian Endeavor.
He began his education at Bob Jones University, where he received his B.A. in 1961.
He continued his education at Bethel Theological Seminary and in 1964, he achieved his Masters of Divinity.
He served as senior pastor in South St. Paul, MN, Isanti, MN, Erie, PA, Santa Rosa, CA, Redlands, CA, Bradenton, FL, and Boulder, CO.
In 1995, Dr. Haan attained his Doctorate of Ministry from Bethel Theological Seminary.
has been intimately involved in over a dozen community and ministry oriented organizations.
These organizations include such prayer networks as CityVision
, Erie County Association of Evangelicals
, and Sonoma County Association of Evangelicals
has also launched Christian Family Services, Home for the Homeless, Set Free Ministry, and the Bradenton Bible Conference.
As the National Facilitator of Ministry Networks for the Mission America Coalition, Dr. Haan has facilitated the launching of scores of National Ministry Networks, i.e., the National Coalition of Men's Ministries.
He also serves as the Director of the World Prayer Center in Colorado Springs.
He also has served in a consulting role with dozens of ministries, i.e., We Care America, Every Home for Christ, International Students, and several others.
Dr. Haan co-founded the Presidential PrayerTeam.
also served as the point person for Icon Pictures
in promoting Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ".
He also served as the Chief Communication Officer for the Azusa Street Centennial in 2006.
began Kingdom Connections which connects ministries to resources that they need.
is a man who loves people and loves to serve the Lord
Ginger and her husband, Dr. Cornell Haan
, reside in Arizona and have fi ve sons, three daughters-in-law and seven grandchildren.