The Rev. Dr. George Mason

Denomination: Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF)
Organization: Wilshire Baptist Church, Dallas, TX

The Rev. Dr. George Mason is the pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas.

He is a nationally recognized leader among Baptists, serving the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Baptist General Convention of Texas, Texas Baptists Committed, Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, Duke University Divinity School, and Children's Medical Center of Dallas.

Mason has given keynote addresses at meetings of the CBF and BGCT, as well as the Fund for Theological Education. He has been a featured preacher on the nationally syndicated radio broadcast Day 1.

At Wilshire, he has birthed and directs the unique pastoral residency program that currently enjoys funding from the Lilly Endowment. One of his passions is encouraging those whom God has called into vocational ministry.

George earned a bachelor of business administration degree in 1978 from the University of Miami (Florida), where he was a quarterback on the football team.

He also holds both the master of divinity (1982) and doctor of philosophy (1987) degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. His doctoral field of study was systematic theology, with a minor in philosophy of religion. His dissertation was "God's Freedom as Faithfulness: A Critique of Juergen Moltmann's Social Trinitarianism."

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Training Days

Friday October 24, 2008
The Rev. Dr. George Mason is the pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas.

Call Answerers

Friday October 24, 2008
The Rev. Dr. George Mason is the pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas.

Christ on the Loose

Friday October 24, 2008
The Rev. Dr. George Mason is the pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas.

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ChurchNext: Chris Yaw Interviews George Mason on Getting Members to Church

Friday October 24, 2008
It’s a problem nearly every church faces: how to motivate the beloved to making their faith community a higher priority. Longtime pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church in Texas George Mason wrestles with it like everyone else.