Dr. Harold Dalton serves as Assistant Director of World Missions for the IPHC. He holds a master’s degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has served as a pastor in Atlanta, GA, and as a missionary in South Africa. While pastoring in Atlanta he served as an adjunct professor at Emmanuel and has served as an adjunct professor at Southwestern Christian University in Oklahoma City. He and his wife Anna have three married daughters and seven grandchildren.
The Rev. Mr. Max Barroso is the director of The Awakening—the youth and college department of IPHC’s World Missions Ministries Division. Max is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He began his formal seminary training at the Instituto Biblico del Rio de la Plata where he specialized in Systematic Theology. He also earned a degree in Religion from Southwestern Christian University in Bethany, Oklahoma. He has over a decade of experience in youth ministry, discipleship, missions and leadership.
In 2009, Max and his wife Jessica launched The Awakening with the mission to assist youth and young adults with getting involved in what God is doing around the world. They have already ministered in more than 30 different nations, lead diverse missions efforts, mentor and develop leaders around the world, and intentionally invest in the next generation. He is a passionate communicator and gifted teacher. Max, Jess and their son Noah live in Edmond, OK, and are active members of River of Life Church.
SEND Week Full Schedule (more speaker bios included)
Tuesday, Feb. 2
9:30-10:45 The Argo’s and Max Barroso will speak in MS330 Global Missions class, located in Shaw Library 210 on the topic of Life in the Ministry and the 10/40 window. (Terry Ross)
11:00-12:00 Max Barroso will speak in Convocation in Swails Center. (Pastor Chris Maxwell)
2:00-3:15 The Argos and the Cheryl Turner will speak in PY410 Spiritual Formation class in Wellons Science Resource Center # 104 about keys to their spiritual growth and development with a Q&A time following. (Pastor Chris Maxwell)
Wednesday, Feb. 3
8:00-8:50 Dr. Dalton and Max Barroso will speak in TH237 Intro to Christian Ethics class, located in Aaron 210. (Dr. Mark Trump)
9:00-9:30 Cheryl Turner and Mrs. Argo will speak on the Holy Spirit in missions, with practical examples from their experience, in BI232 Acts class, located in Aaron 205. (Dr. Mike Luper)
10:00-10:50 Cheryl Turner will speak in EC315 Reading/Writing Content Area in the Educational Annex Room #105 to the education majors sharing her experiences from the educational fields of Africa. (Pam Carroll)
12:00-12:50 Dr. Dalton will speak in BI390 Life and Epistles of Paul class on the book of Galatians. (Dr. Mark Trump)
3:00-4:15 CAP Event: Dr. Dalton and Max Barroso will speak on “The Changing Trends in Global Missions.” The event is located in Taylor Chapel. (Dr. Tracy Reynolds)
7:00-8:00 Al Argo will speak in Wednesday night chapel, located in Swails Center. (Pastor Chris Maxwell)
8:30-10:00 Cheryl Turner and Mrs. Argo will be hosting a women’s coffee in Lion’s Den to share their stories and challenges they face as women serving in ministry and global missions in particular. (Darla Smith)
Thursday, Feb. 4
9:30-10:45 Dr. Dalton will speak in the BI300 Gospel of John class on John’s call narratives in John 1:35-51. Class meets in Aaron 210. (Dr. Mark Trump)
11:00-12:00 Cheryl Turner will speak in SCM Chapel, located in Taylor Chapel. (Dr. Tracy Reynolds)
2:00-3:15 Max Barroso will speak in PY410 Spiritual Formation class in Wellons Science Resource Center #104 about spiritual growth and development, followed by Q&A time. (Pastor Chris Maxwell)
Cheryl Turner is a minister and certified teacher with a master’s degree in education, which from George-Mason University, in Washington, DC. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from Emmanuel College and Oral Roberts University. She has lived in Africa for over 20 years and founded several schools. She now works at the African Development Center in South Africa. She has been married 37 years and has four children and six grandchildren. She desires to see the next generation of leaders in Africa educated, equipped, empowered and propelled into the future by the power of the Holy Spirit.
The “A-Team” Argos have ministered in Asia since 2003. They hope to see souls saved, and to teach, equip, activate, and mobilize the Asian Church to finish the Great Commission. The focus on building relationships, mentoring, and conducting leadership seminars. They also direct Kapostprya Coffee houses, Upward Sports, and the School of Missions-Asia. They are currently pastoring Life Church in the Philippines, and are seeing God do great things!