James A. Gray Lecture Series
Sponsored by the James A. Gray Endowment and Winston-Salem State University, the lecture series is designed to spark thought-provoking discussion about some of the most pressing moral and ethical considerations of our time. It brings men and women to the university who are outstanding in their field, be it academia, public life or theological experience.
Sunday, January 30, 2011, 4:00 P.M.
K.R. Williams Auditorium
The Rev. Dr. Sir Walter L. Mack, Jr.
A committed warrior whose weapons are spiritual in nature and explosive in impact, the Reverend Dr. Sir Walter Lee Mack, Jr. is a soldier whose battlefield is expansive enough to reach the nations and inclusive enough to connect with those who are the least among us.
Formally educated at Elon College in Elon, NC (Bachelor of Arts – Mass Communications), Duke University in Durham, NC (Master of Divinity) and United Theological Seminary in Dayton, OH (Doctor of Ministry), Dr. Mack is devoted to the promotion of education and dedicated to continual advancement. Dr. Walter Mack completed a continuing education program at Harvard University, which focused on economic development and community revitalization, where he was both a pupil and an invited guest preacher. He was also a guest lecturer and round table participant at Oxford University in Oxford, England which analyzed the role of religion in education and the government. Currently, Dr. Mack is the academic advisor and theological mentor for eight students through the doctoral program at The United Theological Seminary. The primary purpose of this initiative is to develop leadership for effective programming ministry in the Post-Modern Era.
The Reverend Dr. Sir Walter Lee Mack, Jr. is a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He is the son of Mrs. Frances Mack and the late Reverend Dr. Sir Walter Mack, Sr. He has made an indelible impression on his community, his nation, and his world because he believes in providing sound, practical teaching and keen opportunities to edify the kingdom of God. His ministry is centered on prayer, dynamic worship, study, fellowship and evangelism. Because of his enthusiastic love for Christ and his selfless love for his people, Dr. Mack is committed to letting his light shine so that men may see his good works but glorify God.