Dr. Clyde Rivers and Reuben Egolf
On March 18, 2015 in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania Reuben Egolf received an Honorary Doctorate in Humanities from United Graduate College and Seminary International for his service to humanity, his integral leadership and his love for mankind. Pastor Egolf is the Washington D.C. Capital Director for United States National Prayer Council.
The United Graduate College and Seminary International was founded in 1982 by Dr. Martin Wisor and is in over 50 nations and has over 100,000 graduates. Among the recipients of the Honorary Doctorate Degree in Humanities from UGCSI are the First Lady of the Republic of Burundi Africa, Denise Nkurunziza, and the Former First Lady of the Republic of Mozambique Africa, Maria de Luz Guebuza.
Dr. Clyde Rivers, Chief Chancellor Worldwide for United Graduate College and Seminary International is quoted saying, “Pastor Reuben Egolf is a new voice for modern-day leadership around the world. It is truly a privilege for UGCSI to have candidates of his stature and quality. We welcome Dr. Reuben Egolf.”