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Employment History

Trustee
The Police & Fire Retirees of Ohio Inc

Vice President of Christian Ministries
Cedarville University

Vice President for Christian Ministries
Cedaville University

Affiliations

Member
First Southern Baptist Church

Education



DeWitt High School



Golden Gate Seminary

BS degree

Ouachita Baptist College

D.Div degree

Luther Rice Seminary

Ph.D.
comparative religion
Northwestern University

graduate degrees

Pacific School of Religion

honorary Doctor of Divinity degree

Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary

masters degree

Henderson State Teachers College Aug. 20

Web References (18 Total References)


MARBC News & Notes, July and August 2011

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Dr. Harold Green (80), who served as Campus Pastor and Vice President of Christian Ministries at Cedarville University, went to be with his Lord on May 19. Harold had several connections to Michigan. He was a graduate of Jackson High School, while his father served as a pastor in Jackson. He received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree for his significant ministry accomplishments and impact from Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary in 1980. Two of Harold's sons, Dann and Larry, have both ministered in M.A.R.B.C. churches. "PG" impacted many in our fellowship through his ministry as campus pastor for 25 years. Harold and his wife, Margaret, were in their 60th year of marriage and ministry.


Contact Us

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Harold Green Email: gman2696@gmail.com

2696 Central Park Place
Columbus, OH 43231 614-397-2015


Pfro Scholarships

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Harold Green, Trustee, with Emily Stout.


Hermann Churches

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Pastor: Harold Green

Liberty Baptist Church 744 S. Highway 19, Big Spring 636-488-5628


His name was Pastor ...

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His name was Pastor Harold Green. He was the associate pastor of the North Phoenix Baptist Church back in the 80s and 90s (I was a member there from 1978 to 1989). Harold was the kind of guy who always had a positive word for you, always directed you to look to Jesus. He had the fastest sense of humor west of the Mississippi. I still chuckle at some of the stories he told, and cringe at the few times I tried to get one past him (it just wasn't possible). He had a real pastor's heart. The church was very, very large, and when you came in looking for guidance or help, it was normally Harold Green who you ended up dealing with.

I would like to share only two Harold Green stories briefly here. The first showed his humor. We were attending either a wedding or a funeral at the church. I even remember where we were sitting in the very large main auditorium, and I happened to be sitting next to Harold Green (which makes me think this was a wedding, since, in your late teens/early twenties you attend a lot more of those than you do funerals, and the slow and noticeable transition between the predominance of the one over the other is, I think, part of God's way of reminding you that your a mortal and you should be considering eternity). In any case, they started that well known song, "Morning Has Broken. Harold leaned over to me and in his own inimitable style said, "Please, whatever you do, make sure they do NOT sing this song at my funeral. Well, I just attended the funeral, and his wishes were carefully observed.
But the far more important story relates to something he said to me that I have carried with me my entire life. (I am thankful that I and my father had lunch with Harold about two years ago or so, and I had the opportunity to tell him about this incident, and how much it had impacted me). The staff at NPBC was very large, and as is the case when you put redeemed sinners together in close quarters, sometimes friction developed. Well, I saw Harold mistreated, clearly, by one of the other staff members out in the main area of the offices (I had a small office directly across from Harold's). I followed Harold into his office and asked him, "Harold, how do you put up with that?
...
I have never forgotten those words, to be sure, and am thankful for the wisdom I learned from Harold Green.
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I am sure Harold Green would have been pleased that some of us (myself included) had to stand along the walls of the chapel building (which is larger than most church buildings, seating over 500) for his memorial. And yet, there was much laughter, much joy, for you just could not think back upon your interactions with Harold without smiling.

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