Associate Professor, Mission & Christian Education
B.A., 1985, Trevecca Nazarene University
M.A., 1987, Wheaton Graduate School
M.A., 1992, Fuller Theological Seminary
Ph.D., 2011, Fuller Theological Seminary
Kathy Mowry, who teaches Christian Education and Intercultural Studies (Missiology), enjoys creating formative mission experiences for students through Trevecca’s Mission Study Abroad classes, the summer Immerse Program, and the Submerge Program, which places recent graduates in Eastern Europe for one to two years. She created and directed an extension theological education program in Russia, Ukraine, Armenia, and Central Asia. She has also served in Point Loma Nazarene University’s Center for Pastoral Leadership, in associate pastor roles in urban churches in Los Angeles, as director of graduate programs at the Bresee Institute for Urban Training, and as a curriculum editor for Christian publishers. Her research interests include older congregations in transitional neighborhoods, intergenerational ministry, and the formative practice of the Christian year. She received the 2011 McGavran Award for Missiology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Kathy, an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene, lives in Mt. Juliet with her husband, Jon, and children—Jonathan, Emily, and Julia.