Dr. James B. Buskirk
Dr. James B. Buskirk was Senior Minister at First United Methodist Church in Tulsa, for twelve years beginning September 1984. Prior to his First Methodist ministry he was the founding dean of the School of Theology at Oral Roberts University. Dr. Buskirk is the originator of two local church programs in creative ministry called “Motivation for Ministry” and “Affirmation Evangelism.”
Dr. Buskirk has been “Conference Preacher” at several annual conferences, spoken at jurisdictional conferences and at national conferences, and taught at several “Pastors’ Schools” in annual conferences and at “Ministers’ Week” in seminary settings. He has ministered in numerous churches in almost every state and preached and taught abroad.
Dr. Buskirk served over thirty years as a pastor. He served eight years as the chair-person of the Oklahoma Conference Board of Evangelism, four years on the Conference Board of Education, plus years of service on many other boards and in many other agencies.
Dr. Buskirk’s experiences as a husband, father, pastor, evangelist, professor, dean of a seminary, and administrator have all contributed to his effectiveness in ministry.
And now listen to Dr. Buskirk along with his wife, Nancy, talk about their lives in ministry on VoicesofOklahoma.com
Interview with Dr. James B. Buskirk
Müllerhaus Legacy Website Team
Date Created: December 19, 2013
Date Published: February 29, 2016
Notes: Recorded by John Erling in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Digital Audio Sound Recording, Non-Music.
Tags: Oral Roberts University (ORU), Oral Roberts, Reverend Billy Graham, James Meredith, Black Panthers, First United Methodist Church, Martin Luther King Jr., President John F. Kennedy, City of Faith, Ministry