|12330 Conway Road||Director: Wayne Sparkman|
|St. Louis, MO 63141||Email: [email protected]|
"...preserving your witness to God's grace..."
|William Andrew Mahlow, Sr.||
Rev. William A. Mahlow, Sr.
[17 April 1919 - 14 February 2003]
|Born, 17 April 1919|
|Parents: Father, William Henry Mahlow; mother, Margaret F. Stout|
|Birthplace: Trenton, NJ|
Spouse: Sarah Ann Parks, 15 June 1944, Johnson City, TN
|Children: Sarah; William A., Jr.; Louise; Margaret; Elizabeth; Joseph|
|Undergraduate Education: BA, Princeton University, 1941|
|Graduate Education: BDiv, Faith Theological Seminary, 1944|
|Ministry: Ordained in May of 1944 by the Philadelphia Presbytery of the Bible Presbyterian Church, Rev. Mahlow first served as the Eastern regional Representative of the Missions Fellowship from 1945 to 1946 and as Stated Supply for the Bible Presbyterian Church of Coatesville, PA from 1945 - 1947.|
the auspices of the Independent Board for Presbyterian Foreign Missions
(IBPFM), Rev. Mahlow labored as a missionary in India from 1947 to 1952.
In 1953, he served as the Dean of Grace Bible Institute and from 1953 to
1957 was the Secretary General of the IBPFM. Leaving that post, he next
served in similar capacity as Secretary General for the World Presbyterian
Missions board of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod, from
1958 to 1971. He then served as pastor of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church
of Annapolis, MD, laboring there from 1969 to 1991. He retired to emeritus
pastor status in 1989 and began to serve as a volunteer pastor to MTW missionaries.
In the Summer 1993 issue of Multiply (Volume 1), there is this quote: "The congregation prospered under the leadership of pastor Bill Mahlow, who came in 1967 and led the church 22 years. Mahlow created a climate which encouraged church members to launch ministries that were on their heart. His philosophy: 'If someone wants to do something for the kingdom, how can we help them?' "
Rev. Mahlow's published works include Gifts of Assurance; A Word for the Children; Devotions by Uncle Bill, volumes 1 - 5; Devotional Tape Recording, tapes 1 - 9; From a Pastor's Heart; and Devotions for Today.
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