Senior pastor of the Stevensville Church in Michigan, Stan is also vice-president and historical consultant for Adventist Heritage Ministry. He is an avid student of Adventist history and a frequent speaker on the subject at camp meetings. He and his wife, Kathryn, third-grade teacher at Ruth Murdoch Elementary School in Berrien Springs, are passionate about making Adventist history come alive for children.
Stan began pastoral ministry in 1974 in the Northern California Conference. He also pastored 16 years in south-central Los Angeles, where the church set up extensive community ministries. In 1997 he joined the Michigan Conference and the Ellen G. White Estate with the assignment of creating the Historic Adventist Village in Battle Creek. In 2001 the Hickersons moved to Berrien Springs for Stan to pastor the Stevensville Church; for seven years he has also taught homiletics and introduction to pastoral ministry at Andrews University. Stan holds a BA in theology from Pacific Union College and an MDiv from Andrews University’s Theological Seminary. The Hickersons enjoy their six adult children and eight grandchildren.
This presentation was delivered at the 2012 Women Clergy Conference April 23-26 and was sponsored by NAD Ministerial.
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