Dr. Carl A. Moeller
Vision, Passion, Integrity
Dr. Carl Moeller is an experienced and dedicated leader with keen insight into how to make an organization succeed. Personable, direct, and visionary, Dr. Moeller empowers those in his organizations to rise to their full capacities and potential. A compelling and passionate speaker, Dr. Moeller enables audiences to clearly grasp a strategic vision and engage with challenges head on. Broadly educated in science, theology, education, and organizational leadership he brings a unique breadth of experience to the organizations he serves. Comfortable in multicultural settings, having worked in over 75 countries, Dr. Moeller is a leader who is conversant in world affairs, economics, and spirituality.
Books by Dr. Carl Moeller
The Privilege of Persecution
(and other things the global church knows and we don't)
with Dr. David Hegg
Moody Press 2011
Many Americans view the persecuted church as "third-world," needy, uneducated, and poor -- sorely lacking in much of what we assume the church needs to function well. Essentially, we see them as being in need of us. But the irony, say Carl Moeller and David Hegg, is that we're in much greater need of them.
Through a combination of inspiring real-life stories, first-hand experiences, and exposition of key Scripture passages, Dr. Carl Moeller and Pastor David Hegg examine the "normal Christian life" of Christ-followers currently suffering persecution around the world. In topical chapter after chapter, the authors conclude that the suffering church's vibrant, sacrificial, and communal faith is much closer to God's intent for His church and His children. The authors explore the areas of community, leadership, worship, prayer, and generosity, among others, revealing specific attitudes and actions of the suffering church that can renew the spiritual lives of Christians in the West. Each chapter ends with challenging questions and suggestions for personal and corporate application.
Being God's Man as a Satisfied Single
with Steve Arterburn, Kenny Luck, and Todd Wendorff
Waterbrook Press 2003
You may be single by choice or circumstance. You may plan to marry and have a family, or you may sense a call to lifelong singleness. Even so, your situation is God’s will for you now. What will you do with it? What will you learn from it? And how will you survive the temptations confronting singles in this world?
You know firsthand that single men face unique spiritual and moral struggles. Character is the cornerstone of being God’s man as a single in today’s culture. To live successfully out of a commitment to Christ, you as a single man must master the issues of sexual integrity, isolation, contentment, spiritual battle, and identity in Christ. Being God’s Man…as a Satisfied Single is designed to help you do just that.