Margaret Rodgers

Margaret Rodgers and her husband, Dr. Bob Rodgers, are the pastors of one of the nations’ premier cutting edge churches. Together they are establishing Christian TV and radio stations across the world. Margaret is a regular host on WBNA TV 21, and a frequent speaker at churches, conferences, and political events.

She has been in the ministry for over 30 years. As a pastor’s wife she has fulfilled all of the duties in the unwritten job description that job requires. She not only is the mother of three children and two grandsons, she is the Executive Director of the Creative Learning Center, a thriving nursery and preschool at Evangel World Prayer Center. She is also the founder of Margaret Rodgers Ministries and Women of Excellence National.

Margaret has a keen grasp on the pressures that women are facing in today’s world. She brings healing to hearts with her focus on prayer and the anointing of the Holy Spirit. Her ministry assures enrichment and a renewed hope to all who hear.

You can learn more about Margaret Rodgers and the Women of Excellence Ministry at womenofexcellence.us.

Evangel Staff Q&A

 

Position: Pastor / Administrator ECLC

Birthdate: July 5

Spouse: Dr. Bob Rodgers

Children: She has 3 children and 2 grandchildren.

Education: Cumberland College, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville

What is your favorite dessert?
Warm banana pudding

What is your favorite restaurant?
Jeff Ruby’s.

What would we be surprised to know about you?

I am a seamstress and a fire baton twirler.

Who would you like to go to dinner with?
My husband.

What is one of your favorite quotes?
“The fingers of your thoughts are molding your face ceaselessly.”

What chore do you absolutely hate doing?
Cleaning out closets.

What is your favorite scripture?
Philippians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

How long have you been at Evangel and what brought you here?
I came to Evangel for the first time when I was 19 and a sophomore in college. I met and married my husband in 1975. We pastored in Lexington and then returned to Louisville where we became the senior pastors in 1988.