I am an ordained pastor with the C&MA. In addition I have been a member of the American Society of Church History for many years.

Since 2007 I have also served on the board of Restoration Ministries in Chanhassen, MN. On their website you can find my column, "Deep Wells," on the spiritual renewal of the Beguines in the 13th century, as well as photographs of Beguine sites in Belgium.


  • Crown College Award for Distinguished Scholarship, 2005 and 2009
  • Crown College Award for Distinguished Work with Students, 2001
  • Boston University Presidential Scholarship: Ph.D. Program, 1986
  • Summa Cum Laude: M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 1986
  • Church History Department Award: M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 1986
  • A. J. Gordon Scholarship: Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 1983
  • History Department Award: B.S., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1982
  • President?s Freshman Award: Pennsylvania State University, 1978
  • Valedictorian: Spring Grove Area Senior High School, 1976


  • Seeking Spiritual Intimacy: Journeying Deeper with Medieval Women of Faith, Formatio Series, Downers Grove, Ill.: Intervarsity Press, 2011
  • Various articles in the Zondervan Dictionary of Christian Spirituality, 2011
  • Articles published on include ?Bernard of Clairvaux: Fiery Preacher,? ?The St. Francis Revival,? and ?How Medieval Women Kept Revival Alive?
  • Series on ?Maturing in Ministry? in ABE Journal, 1996-7
  • ?Think About It!? Discipleship Journal, July 1997
  • ?How Will You Respond to God?? Izvori, an Evangelical Periodical in Croatia, 1993
  • I am currently writing a book tentatively titled, ?Invitation to Intimacy: Exploring Spiritual Formation with Women of Deep Faith."

Glenn E. Myers, Ph.D.

Biblical and Theological Studies Department
Professor of Church History and Theological Studies


Courses: New Testament Electives; Gospel of John; Spiritual and Leadership Development; Church History; Various courses in the Honors Program

Education: B.S. in History form Carnegie-Mellon University; M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Ph.D. in Church History from Boston University; Coursework in Spiritual Theology from Regent College

Students find Dr. Myers’ classes difficult, but life altering. He is passionate about interacting with students and challenges them to grow in the Lord, from where they are currently to where they would like to be. Indeed, Dr. Myers believes that Crown’s size offers a tremendous opportunity for students to interact with their professors—not only in the classroom, but also through mentoring and other forms of spiritual direction. By graduation, students are well prepared to lead and serve in the church, or pursue seminary or other postgraduate programs. Dr. Myers emphasizes, “Crown is a wonderful place to grow spiritually—both in the knowledge of God’s Word and in the personal application of Scripture. Crown offers a deeply supportive community of like-minded believers who desire to serve God in whatever field or pursuit.”

Before joining the faculty team, Dr. Myers served as a Pastor, an Interim Pastor and a missionary in Eastern Europe. Dr. Myers is a recipient of the Crown College Award for Distinguished Scholarship (2005 and 2009) and of the Crown College Award for Distinguished Work with Students (2001).

Recently published works:

“Seeking Spiritual Intimacy: Journeying Deeper with Medieval Women of Faith,” Formation Series, InterVarsity Press, 2011

Articles in the Dictionary of Christian Spirituality, Zondervan, 2011: “Angela of Foligno,” “Beguines,” “Bonaventure,” “Camaldolese Spirituality,” “Carthusian Spirituality,” “John Scotus Eriugena,” “Gilbert of Sempringham,”, “Joachim of Fiore,” “Masculine Spirituality,” “Mendicant Spirituality,” “Military Orders,” “Platonism and Neoplatonism,” “Prayer Meeting.”

Articles published at
“Delving into God’s Depths: Johannes Tauler,” 2012
“The Sweet Presence of Jesus,” 2011
“Bernard of Clairvaux: Fiery Preacher,” 2010
“The St. Francis Revival,” 2010
“How Medieval Women Kept Revival Alive,” 2009