Leroy Goertzen is a professor at Corban University in Salem, Oregon, where he teaches theology, church ministry, Christian leadership, and doctoral research. He is the director of Corban’s Doctor of Ministry Program and Kairos, an innovative five-year B.A. to M.Div. program designed to equip young men and women for ministry leadership. He is also involved with Corban’s Africa Training Partnership equipping select pastors in Cameroon and Uganda to build and lead Christ-centered, Bible-based churches. He studied at Grace Theological Seminary (TH.M) majoring in Old Testament studies and Hebrew, prior to earning his D.Min. at Talbot School of Theology. Leroy is married to Karen and they have three adult children and seven grandchildren.