Dr. Thomson K Mathew

Thomson K Mathew, D.Min., Ed.D., is professor of Pastoral Care and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Graduate School of Theology and Missions at Oral Roberts University. He is the son of the late Pastor and Mrs. K T Mathew of Vazhuvady, Mavelikara, Kerala. Pastor K T Mathew, son of Pastor K M Thomas of Niranam and nephew of Pastor T N Abraham, was the district pastor of Mavelikara West District of the India Pentecostal Church. Thomson completed his Pre Degree Course at Mar Thoma College, Thiruvalla and received his B.Sc. degree from Bishop Moore College, Mavelikara. He came to the US in 1972 and received the Master of Divinity (1975) and Master of Sacred Theology (1977) degrees from Yale University. He holds two doctorates – a Doctor of Ministry degree from Oral Roberts University (1986) and a Doctor of Education degree from Oklahoma State University (1992). Following his ordination in 1976, he pastored a church in Connecticut for five years. He joined the Oral Roberts Ministry in 1981 as a chaplain at the City of Faith Medical Center of Tulsa. He has served on the faculty of Oral Roberts University for several years. He is a fellow of the College of Chaplains and a clinical member of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education. He has received several awards, including the Indian Pentecostal Writers’ Award (1994) and ORU (Oral Roberts University) Outstanding Faculty Award (1995).

He is the author of three books:
Ministry Between Miracles (2002);
Spirit-led Ministry in the 21st Century (2004);
What Will Your Tombstone Say? (2008).

Dr. Mathew’s wife, Molly, is the granddaughter of the late Pastor K C John (Pathichira Yohannachan) and the daughter of the late Pastor and Mrs. K J George of Kayamkulam. The Mathews have two daughters. Their daughter Amy who holds a Ph. D. is on the staff of a Christian University and is married to Dr. Fiju Koshy, a physician who along with his practice is involved in medical missions. Their second daughter Jamie is a corporate attorney. Both daughters earned their bachelor’s degrees from ORU. Along with his duties as dean of Theology at ORU, Dr. and Mrs. Thomson K Mathew are currently involved in international ministries in Asia, Europe and Central America. Dr. Mathew also serves as the patron of IPC Mavelikara West District.

Thomson K Mathew - October 10, 2020

Be Ye My Witnesses PCNAK July 04, 2010

Be Ye My Witnesses PCNAK July 04, 2010

Preached at 28th PCNAK on July 04, 2010

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