"The whole Church taking the whole Gospel to the whole Nation - and to the World." 

 
  Dr. Cornell (Corkie) Haan
National Facilitator at Large

Dr. Cornell Haan, better known to friends as “Corkie,” is the National Facilitator of Spiritual Unity for The Mission America Coalition, the co-founder of The Presidential Prayer Team and the Vice President of The World Prayer Team.  He has been thoroughly involved in the planting of seven churches and as a member of operational boards for the Baptist General Conference in Minnesota, Middle East, Northern California, Southwest and Florida.  Before accepting the position as National Facilitator of Ministry Networks in 1996, Dr. Haan, over the span of 30 years, led six various churches as Senior Pastor. 

Dr. Haan began his education at Bob Jones University, where he received his B.A. in 1961.  He continued his education at Bethel Theological Seminary and in 1964, he achieved his Masters of Divinity.  He then began his ministry in 1967 as Senior Pastor of Elim Baptist Church in Isanti, MN.  Over the next thirty years, the Lord led Dr. Haan to five other churches around the nation.  In 1995, Dr. Haan attained his Doctorate of Ministry from Bethel Theological Seminary. 

Dr. Haan has been involved in over a dozen community and ministry oriented organizations.  These organizations include such prayer networks as CityVision, Erie County Association of Evangelicals and Sonoma County Association of Evangelicals.  He has also served with Christian Family Services, Home for the Homeless, Set Free Ministry, and the Bradenton Bible Conference.  Dr. Haan has been a facilitator for nearly 75 national networks.

Dr. Haan is a man who loves people and loves to serve the Lord.  He was happily married to Marcia for nearly forty years before her recent death.  Together, they had three sons. 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Dr. Cornell (Corkie) Haan
National Facilitator at Large
 
 
 
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