In 2014, after nearly sixty years of ministry, Dr. Ron Cottle passed the mantle of the Christian Life School of Theology Global (CLST) and the Apostolic Council of Transformational Servant Leaders (ACTS) to his spiritual sons. He felt that those seasons of his life had reached a successful conclusion and he could enjoy the fruits of his labors and relax a bit. He was wrong about that.
By early 2017, Dr. Cottle found himself surrounded by a new group of apostolic sons and daughters. In that group was Thomas Hale, his former Academic Dean. A fresh vision for building another “Kingdom Embassy” to serve the 21st century was conceived. Consequently, Embassy College was birthed and brought into alignment under Dr. Cottle's apostolic ministry, REC Ministries, Inc.
Ron is founder and President Emeritus of Christian Life School of Theology (CLST Global), founder and President Emeritus of the Apostolic Council of Transformational Servant-Leaders (ACTS Global). Dr. Cottle has published over fifty books and numerous scholarly articles. Dr. Cottle is from Columbus, Georgia where he and Joanne, his wife of sixty-plus years, are currently living.
Thomas is an ordained minister with over thirty-five years of pastoral and church administration experience. A covenant son and "Multiplier" of Dr. Ron Cottle, Thomas served as the Academic Dean of Christian Life School of Theology in the 1990s. He lives in Russellville, Arkansas with Beth, his wife, and Jamison, their daughter.
A certified life coach, Christina has an earned bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Liberty University. She has over a decade of experience as a state of Texas certified classroom teacher both in the public and private arena. She currently resides in Houston, Texas with her husband, Joseph, and their three children.
This is a word from Dr. Mark Chironna given in November of 2018 at the International Coalition of Apostolic Leaders meeting in Dallas, Texas. We believe that Embassy College is a portion of our "radical promise for another generation." We present this school to you as a "transgenerational impartation."
The significance of apostles within the Christian Church and the ministry of apostles is being profoundly restored. This theology is central to Embassy College.
The apostolic ministry has been set in the Church to oversee and release all Christ followers into their callings and destinies. Embassy College supports this role with biblical education.
Dr. Ron Cottle teaches the core theology of the Apostolic Renewal from Ephesians Chapter Four.