Mark Mcadow

Mark Mcadow

Pastor at Prayer and Evangelism

Prayer and Evangelism

General Information


Pastor - First Church


Bachelor of Science - Business Management , Tulsa University

Master of Divinity workAsbury Theological Seminary


Denman Committee Chair and Pastor - OKC-First

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His name is Mark McAdow and he comes to us by way of Asbury United Methodist Church in Tulsa.He and his lovely wife Robin have three children: Matthew (15), Hannah (11), and Lauren (8). Mark is a graduate of Tulsa University and Robin a graduate of ORU.He completed his Master of Divinity work at Asbury Theological Seminary.He has served as an associate pastor at Asbury United Methodist Church in Tulsa for 12 years as Minister of Evangelism and Prayer.Asbury is one of the largest United Methodist Churches in the connection with 3,400 in worship every Sunday morning.He certainly will come to us with great leadership experience in the larger city church. Mark's passion is evangelism.Precisely what this church needs as it leans into its second century and welcomes the growing influx of the "new urbanites" to the city center.I could not be more pleased to have Mark as my successor.He is a warm and gentle spirit, very much a shepherd of the flock, and man of faith and prayer. I know this church will do well under his ministry and look forward to hearing great things about this church in the future. Mark is a WONDERFUL pastor.My parents are member of Asbury in Tulsa and we have had the pleasure to listen to several of his sermons.I share with you the mixed feelings about Stan and Susan moving on; I also feel privileged by God to participate in the ushering in of Mark as his successor. We, here at Asbury Tulsa, are going to miss Mark McAdow.First Church Oklahoma City is getting a great man. First Church will be so blessed with the arrival of Mark and his wonderful family.I have considered it a true honor and priviledge to have Mark as a Pastor and friend.He will bring a passion and love for the Lord that is second to none and an incredible ability to express that first through his actions, then his wonderful teachings and prayers.I look forward to visiting you all and worshipping with you in the near future. We at Asbury will miss Pastor Mark terribly ... but know that God has called him to serve First Church at this time.You will love his enthusiasm, his passion for the lost, and his commitment to prayer.He is truly a man of God who has left an indelible mark on our congregation.He and Robin and their children will be an incredible blessing to you. April 7, 2007 @ 8:06 PM 6 . Anson Goodier wrote: As a former Asbury member I first met Mark at the Saturday night services and in the Praise & Worship Sunday School, later as he led the Sunday Contemporary Praise & Worship Service.When I heard that Mark was leaving Asbury UMC in Tulsa I was heartbroken, but I knew it was God's doing.You are so fortunate to have this man who exemplifies the word "pastor."He has an incredibly kind and gentle spirit and a zeal for God that is unmatched.He is a man of prayer and considers it a privilege to share the Gospel message with others.We'll miss Mark, but we rejoice with you and will watch to see the wonderful ways that God will use him at First United Methodist of Oklahoma City.

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Rev. Mark McAdowPastor of Prayer and Evangelism

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Mark McAdowPastor of Prayer and Evangelism Mark McAdowAsbury's Senior Associate Pastor Mark McAdow has experience with miracles.Mark and his wife, Robin, experienced first hand God's personal and mighty work in the miraculous arrival of their children.Living and pastoring in Spiro, the church had covenanted with them in prayer concerning their desire for a child.Seven weeks later Robin was pregnant. When Robin was 39 they had laid down their desire for another child, giving away the maternity clothes and baby things that she had been saving.While journaling at a staff retreat Mark listed the pros and cons of adopting an orphan from Russia."Her name would be Hannah Elizabeth," he wrote.He felt he'd just see where it went."We would call her Hannah," Robin told Mark.Mark has been relying on the Lord since he was 11 years old.He grew up in a Christian home and was actively involved in Will Rogers UMC in Tulsa.A lay witness mission came to their church and he made the significant move from religion to relationship.Mark had abundant opportunities to share his growing faith in the following years as well as during his years at Tulsa University and Asbury Theological Seminary in Kentucky.Mark met his future wife, Robin, at the University of Tulsa Wesley Foundation.Mark appreciates his wife and admires Robin's godliness.

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