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Executive Minister

Phone: (214) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: j***@***.org
Highland Oaks Church of Christ
10805 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, Texas 75238
United States

Company Description: We are an active group that looks for creative ways to serve those in our class and in our community. We love the Lord and we have a great time fellowshipping and...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bachelor's degree , Chemistry
    U.S.
  • Master's degree , Organizational Development
    Pepperdine University
  • Western Heights High School
  • U. S. Naval Academy
  • Master of Science degree , Organization Development
    Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University
  • Bachelor's degree , Chemistry
    U.S. Naval Academy
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Web References
Jon Mullican - Highland Oaks
www.hocc.org, 5 June 2014 [cached]
Jon Mullican Executive Minister 214.342.6060 jmullican@hocc.org
Executive Minister Jon Mullican is passionate about enhancing relationships within the church by facilitating authentic, open dialogue. Jon has a gift for discernment and listening in a way that allows people to be heard and understood, and provides opportunities for deep connection with God and with others. Additionally Jon's gift of administration provides leadership within the ministerial and support staffs.
In his free time Jon enjoys reading, spending time with his children Katie, Sarah, and Daniel, and taking his wife, Dana, out on dates.
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Jon joined the Highland Oaks staff in May of 2004 and holds a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Master's degree in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University.


www.genalliance.org, 29 Oct 2013
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Jon Mullican - Chairman of the Board

Jon Mullican brings tremendous administrative, systems, and governance knowledge and experience to Genesis Alliance. Jon is the Executive Minister at the Highland Oaks Church of Christ (Dallas, TX), helping to…

Jon Mullican - Chairman of the Board

Jon Mullican brings tremendous administrative, systems, and governance knowledge and experience to Genesis Alliance. Jon is the Executive Minister at the Highland Oaks Church of Christ (Dallas, TX), helping to implement a Carver style model of governance at Highland Oaks.

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James Nored - Vice-Chairman of the Board

James Nored brings missional vision, theology, and real world experience to Genesis Alliance.

Board of Directors - Genesis Alliance
www.genalliance.org, 29 Oct 2013 [cached]
Jon Mullican - Chairman of the Board
Jon Mullican brings tremendous administrative, systems, and governance knowledge and experience to Genesis Alliance. Jon is the Executive Minister at the Highland Oaks Church of Christ (Dallas, TX), helping to implement a Carver style model of governance at Highland Oaks.
Genesis Alliance Board Formation - Missional Outreach Network for the Missional Church
www.missionaloutreachnetwork.com, 6 Jan 2014 [cached]
Featured from left to right: Barry Packer, Jon Mullican, Mike Eppinette, Joe Walker, Ron Carlson, James Nored, Sixto Rivera
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- Jon Mullican - Executive minister at the Highland Oaks Church of Christ
Spotlight On Archives (Who We Are)
www.hocc.org, 15 May 2014 [cached]
Jon Mullican
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They met John and Karen Losher in the parking lot, and George and Lynn Ashmore held the door open inviting them into the building.
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Jon C. Mullican
When first meeting Jon Mullican, one is instantly captivated by his genuine warmth and his ability to establish immediate personal contact. It doesn't take long to realize that this is the real Jon Mullican, and that his inherent love for and connection with other people is a cornerstone of his success as the Executive Minister of the Highland Oaks Church of Christ. However, there is a great deal more that goes into such success, and Jon is indeed greatly blessed with the enormous talents, abilities and training that has made him such a huge factor in the effectiveness of the work at Highland Oaks.
A native Oklahoman, he was born and lived in Oklahoma City until he graduated from high school. His youth was spent at the Bethany Church of Christ (Bethany is a suburb of Oklahoma City). Jon graduated from Western Heights High School, and it was there that he met his life-long sweetheart, and future wife, Dana.
Anyone who has ever worked in education, or who has had peripheral knowledge of the field, knows the impressiveness and the significance of an appointment to a U. S. Military Academy for a young high school graduate. Jon Mullican was thus honored with the major distinction of an appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy, where he graduated with Merit and was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry in 1985. This was followed closely by further training at the Navy Nuclear Power School, including Nuclear Prototype Training and Nuclear Reactor Design Training. He was also schooled in Surface Warfare, successfully completing this impressive array of education in 1987. While there, he was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal in 1986, and again in 1987.
He served as a Lieutenant Commander in the U. S. Navy from 1985-1990, where he directed the efforts of over 70 nuclear trained enlisted men during the construction of the nuclear aircraft carrier, USS Abraham Lincoln CVN-72.
At this point in his life, after having accomplished such singularly impressive achievements in his chosen field, there began a growing need developing within himself for more time to devote to his family and his spiritual life. He and Dana had married right after his graduation from the Naval Academy, and they were beginning to start a family.
In 1990, he began work with Pepsi in Tulsa, OK, and he also began to share his significant talents with the Garnett Church of Christ there, eventually becoming a deacon. In 1998, he became a part-time Administrator at the Garnett congregation, where he was responsible for personnel, finance, facility and communication at this 900 member church. Jon's other part time responsibility was helping a physician friend set up a tele-medicine site specializing in geriatric psychiatry.
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Coincidentally, Jon was also considering going back to school once again to broaden his scope, covering an even wider base of expertise. By this time, he and Dana were the proud parents of three children, Katie (now 21), Sarah (now 19), and Daniel (now 17).
After making the decision to come to Dallas, he then added another successful milestone to his already outstanding and impressive career, graduating from the Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University in 2005 with a Master of Science degree in Organization Development.
This is when Jon entered our lives here in this congregation, and has made such a significant impact. As Executive Minister here at Highland Oaks, he is responsible for all aspects of personnel, finance, facility, communication and leadership development at both campuses of this 1800 member church. He is the chief steward of the considerable resources here, and is the decision maker on all business details. However, Jon will be the first to downplay his personal importance, and to express his gratefulness to be privileged to work in concert with all the outstanding Elders, ministers and staff here. His humble nature is quick to spread the credit where credit is due, but ultimately to declare that everything is to the glory of God the Father.
Jon is very optimistic about the future of this church.
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Jon Mullican, you have the thanks of a grateful congregation, and may God continue to grant us success in His service as we look to the future.
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Jack was born in Bandera. His grandparents settled there and were in the publishing business. His grandfather published the Frontier Times Magazine for about 30 years, and built a frontier museum in Bandera. Jack's father and uncle continued the family business with weekly newspaper publications in Bandera, Ft. Davis, Pecos, and other small communities. His uncle then left the publishing business to attend the Art Institute of Chicago. Three of his paintings were hung in the Alamo in San Antonio and are now in the Texas State Archives in Austin. Jack joined the army and was active in the Korean Conflict. After returning to Texas and being discharged from Ft. Hood, he followed the family interest in publishing, working in Grand Prairie and Arlington before branching out to commercial printing. In 1976 Jack moved to Dallas to work in a print shop here and joined the Older Adults Singles Group--Class #501-- at Garland Road.
Jack described the class as "like going to the supermarket"--there were about 40 women and only 10 men.
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So Tom and Margie Lindsey agreed to take over the directorship of Class #501, and Jack and June began attending Billy Ray Cox's class directed by George Cullum.
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Jack suggested other people who he thought would be better--Corky Hall, Bill Brown, Jack Ogilvie--and Gary said, "we've already asked them--they said no." So June and Jack accepted the directorship, and have served continuously since then.
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Jack suggested other people who he thought would be better--Corky Hall, Bill Brown, Jack Ogilvie--and Gary said, "we've already asked them--they said no." So June and Jack accepted the directorship, and have served continuously since then.
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They told Jon Mullican it was time for a change, and he agreed to "start looking.
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Jack would give her back massages and would cook lunch for her. "Jack's a wonderful cook," June said.
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"When our class takes food for funerals, Jack always cooks a brisket, and we'll go and help serve. She told about going to Christian Care Center every Friday and playing the piano for the residents during their lunch hour.
Sometimes Jack and June may not like exactly how things are at church.
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"Sometimes Jack is the only one serving communion in a suit. And some folks look like they're dressed for the beach, not for church. "We grew up with the idea that you wore your best to church, because God deserved your best," added Jack. But their children tell them "you must realize that times have changed. And Jack and June agree--it's not about judgment; it's about grace.
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And the call to serve doesn't end with Jack and June.
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That's the legacy of Jack and June Hunter: service to God and others that continues from one generation to the next.
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