New U.S. Christian & Missionary Alliance President: Dr. John Stumbo
Dr. Michael G. Scales leads the Nyack College/Alliance Theological Seminary campus community in congratulating Dr. John Stumbo on being elected the 12th president of U.S. Christian and Missionary Alliance.
Dr. Stumbo and his wife, Joanna, (above with Dr. Scales) were guests on the Nyack Rockland campus last fall for the Office of Spiritual Formation’s Deeper Life Series, featuring Dr. Stumbo as guest speaker.
For the first 30 years of ministry, John Stumbo was a pastor in Alliance churches from Pennsylvania to Oregon that ranged in size from dozens to thousands. He also served as a vice president for the C&MA and most recently served as acting district superintendent for the Alliance Northwest District.
He and his wife Joanna completed their first book, An Honest Look at a Mysterious Journey, which tells the story of contracted a mysterious disease that destroyed his muscular system and nearly took his life.
We rejoice with the Stumbos and pray for God’s grace and wisdom to carry them into this exciting new season of their lives.
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