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William L. Wagner

Senior Pastor

Snyder Lane Baptist Church

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Snyder Lane Baptist Church

4689 Snyder Lane

Rohnert Park, California,94928

United States

Background Information

Employment History

President

Olivet Nazarene University


Professor At the Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies

OOlivet University Director of the Olivet Institute for Global Strategic Studies


Senior Pastor

North Bay Farsi Community Church


Professor

Evagelism


Professor of Missions

Bible Seminary Bonn


Dean

Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary


Affiliations

Wisconsin State Fire Chiefs Association

Board Member


Federation of Fire Chaplains

Member and Instructor


International Conference

Fellow Certified Member


Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists

Member


The Christian Post

Board Member


Johns Hopkins University

Academic Advisor


International Mission Board

Missionary


European Baptist Federation

Chairman of the Muslim Awareness Committee


Education

bachelor's degree

University of New Mexico


master of divinity degree

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary


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Snyder Lane Baptist Church - Leadership Team

www.snyderlanebaptist.com [cached]

Dr. Bill Wagner
Dr. Bill Wagner has been the senior pastor of Snyder Lane Baptist Church since 2009. Under his leadership the church has developed a passion for missions and is committed to reaching out to the local community.


www.baptist.org

Olivet - not to be confused with Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill. - is led by President Bill Wagner, a former longtime Southern Baptist foreign missionary and seminary professor.
Wagner, who served as second vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention in 2003-2004 and finished fourth in a field of six candidates who ran for SBC president in 2008, acknowledged in the newspaper article that Olivet has done a poor job of public relations but recently hired A. Larry Ross Communications from Dallas, which works with high-profile evangelical clients including Rick Warren and Billy Graham. Wagner, Olivet's president, has been pastor of nine Baptist churches located in four different countries. He served 32 years with the Southern Baptist International Mission Board and taught missions and evangelism at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, Calif., from 1995 until 2005. In addition to his presidency, he serves as senior pastor of Snyder Lane Baptist Church in Rohnert Park, Calif. Some criticized Wagner's 2004 book, How Islam Plans to Change the World, for being anti-Muslim. He said the book was not meant to be a condemnation of Islam but rather to warn of a detailed strategy for Islamic world domination he says was in place long before 9/11.


Word and Way - Possible Glorieta sale back on the table

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Olivet is led by President Bill Wagner, a former longtime Southern Baptist foreign missionary and seminary professor.
Wagner, who served as second vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention in 2003-04 and finished fourth in a field of six candidates who ran for SBC president in 2008, acknowledged Olivet has done a poor job of public relations but recently hired A. Larry Ross Communications from Dallas, which works with high-profile evangelical clients including Rick Warren and Billy Graham. Wagner, Olivet's president, has been pastor of nine Baptist churches in four countries. He served 32 years with the Southern Baptist International Mission Board and taught missions and evangelism at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, Calif., from 1995 until 2005. In addition to his presidency, he serves as senior pastor of Snyder Lane Baptist Church in Rohnert Park, Calif. Some criticized Wagner's 2004 book, How Islam Plans to Change the World, for being anti-Muslim. He said the book was not meant to be a condemnation of Islam but rather to warn of a detailed strategy for Islamic world domination he says was in place long before 9/11.


sbctoday.com

William Wagner
Interview with Dr. Bill Wagner Dr. Bill Wagner We are privileged today to bring you this interview with Dr. Bill Wagner. Dr. Wagner is another of the candidates who will be nominated for President of the Southern Baptist Convention when we meet in Indianapolis this June. In an article from Baptist Press, we have learned that Dr. Wagner formerly was a professor of missions at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and before that an International Mission Board missionary for 31 years in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. He served as SBC first vice president from 2003-04. He also is the pastor of a small San Francisco-area church, Snyder Lane Baptist, and the author of the 2004 book, "How Islam Plans to Change the World," published by Kregel. He says he has a passion for reaching Muslims with the Gospel. Baptist Press also reported that Dr. Wagner received his bachelor's degree from the University of New Mexico and his master of divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Texas. He also holds a doctor of missiology degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in California and a doctor of theology degree from the University of South Africa. Dr. Wagner is married to Sally, and they have two children, Candice and Mark. We hope you will enjoy listening to this interview and will find it helpful as you consider the man for whom you will vote to lead our Convention in the following year. For more information on Dr. Bill Wagner, you can link to his website here. Bill Wagner Interview: Play Now | Play in Popup


www.BaptistBanner.org

Bill Wagner to be SBC president nominee
by Staff Vol. XXI, No. 2, February 2008 William L. (Bill) Wagner, a former Southern Baptist missionary and seminary professor and current president of Olivet University International in San Francisco, says he will allow his name to be placed in nomination for Southern Baptist Convention president when messengers meet in Indianapolis next year. Wagner formerly was a professor of missions at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and before that an International Mission Board missionary for 31 years in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa. He served as SBC first vice president from 2003-04. He also is the pastor of a small San Francisco-area church, Snyder Lane Baptist, and the author of the 2004 book, How Islam Plans to Change the World, published by Kregel. He says he has a passion for reaching Muslims with the Gospel. It is not yet known who will nominate Wagner. "It is hard to believe that the Southern Baptist Convention, historically and currently bound together in their desire to introduce others to the Gospel all over the world, have never had an International Mission Board missionary as their president, never had someone from a pioneer context (west of Texas or north of Maryland) as its president, never had a pastor of a small church as its president, and never had a trained missional strategist at its helm," Wagner said in a statement to Baptist Press. He served as a missionary in Austria beginning in 1965, and in 1982 became the IMB's regional consultant for evangelism and church growth for Europe and the Middle East. In that latter role he planted four churches in three countries. He served as a professor at Golden Gate from 1996-2005 before taking his current role as president of Olivet University International. Wagner has written a "Contract with Southern Baptists," which consists of 10 points he hopes to implement if elected. Among them, he says he would seek: Wagner said he has been the church's pastor for two years and does not receive a salary. The congregation was "almost dead but is now seeing growth once again," he said. It had approximately 10 people attending every Sunday when he took the position to "see what could be done to bring new life" to the congregation. The congregation's record on giving is "deceptive," Wagner said in an e-mail, explaining, "We have voted that we will give 10 percent to the Cooperative Program and have done so this year. We also have met our goals this year for Lottie Moon ($500.00) and Annie Armstrong ($300.00)." Wagner received his bachelor's degree from the University of New Mexico and his master of divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Texas. He also holds a doctor of missiology degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in California and a doctor of theology degree from the University of South Africa. [BP]


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