Instructor of Communication
Arthur M. Kelly, MAT, Doctor of Humane Letters (honoris causa), adjunct instructor in communications, humanities, and spiritual formation, received his master degree from Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, and his honorary degree from Anderson University. He began his teaching career at Red Bluff Union High School, California; continued his studies at California State Colleges at Fullerton and Chico, California, and the Anderson University School of Theology. A graduate of Warner Pacific University, he served there in a variety of roles: instructor, professor, department chair, program director, and various executive administrative positions for 23 years. He left WPU to work for the Church of God at Warner Press, as adult curriculum editor, book editor, and managing editor; the National Board of Christian Education, as adult and family ministries coordinator; and Church of God Ministries, as part of the Congregational Health Team. During that time he taught adjunct courses at AU in literature, Christian education, and pastoral health.
He has been an active member of Park Place Church of God for a total 20 years and has served in various leadership roles, including currently vice chair of the Servant Leadership Board. He is an ordained minister of the Church of God.