The Siburt Institute was founded in the fall of 2012 as a reflection of Abilene Christian University’s commitment to serve local congregations and their leaders. The institute bears the name of the late Dr. Charles Siburt, who was one of ACU’s leading voices in churches for over 20 years and affectionately known as the “church doctor.” The institute is proud to honor and build upon his and ACU’s legacy.
The Siburt Institute seeks to fulfill its mission through the following practices:
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The Siburt Institute team includes Leah Andrews, assistant director; Carley Dodd, research director; Randy Harris, spiritual director; Karissa Herchenroeder, assistant director; Curtis King, associate director; Royce Money, founding director; Robert Oglesby Jr., Ministers' Support Network coordinator; Renee Paul, administrative coordinator; Carson Reed, executive director; and David Wray, Summit director.
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