Dr. Roger Gulick
Roger became a Christian at the University of Illinois through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He was an engineering officer in the U.S. Navy for several years before attending seminary. He pastored churches in West Virginia, Tennessee and Maryland, and most recently served as senior pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Florence, South Carolina. They make their home in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, and have two grown children.
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, B.S., 1960; Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, Calif., B.D., 1966, D.Min., 1978. Retired pastor. Entrust board member since 2000
“In 1986, the president of Entrust asked my wife and I to travel with him behind the Iron Curtain and do some teaching of church leaders who could not get biblical and theological training other than through Entrust. I saw the hunger these men had to be better equipped to lead in their churches. I wanted to be a part of providing such education and training wherever it was needed. It is now needed in many areas of the world where the Spirit of God is working in new ways. I know of no ministry that does a better job in multiplying leaders for multiplying churches.”