Faculty & Staff
The staff and faculty of MSU College of Theology provide an educational experience that moves students from theory to relevance. Our faculty includes individuals committed to the unique mission of our Christian college. Many of MSU’s faculty are actively engaged in ministering and research.
Dr. Rick Joyner
Founder MorningStar Ministries
Rick heads MorningStar Ministries (also known as MorningStar Publications and Ministries), which he co-founded with his wife Julie Joyner in 1985.He is also the founder, executive director, and senior pastor of MorningStar Fellowship Church based in Fort Mill, South Carolina.,Rick Joyner is the founder and executive director of MorningStar Ministries and Heritage International Ministries and is the Senior Pastor of MorningStar Fellowship Church. He is the author of more than forty books, including The Final Quest, A Prophetic History, and Church History. He is also the president of The Oak Initiative. Rick and his wife, Julie, have five children: Anna, Aaryn, Amber, Ben, and Sam.
Dr. Jorge Parrott
President, MSU College of Theology, Missions Director
Jorge Parrott has been the President of Christ’s Mandate for Missions (CMM) since 1998. In 2009, CMM joined forces with MorningStar Missions which now has more than five hundred missionary leaders serving around the globe. Many of these leaders have more than one hundred churches and two have more than two thousand churches each in their networks. Jorge and Anna Marie have been married thirty-three years and have three grown sons, Orion, Matthew (married to Miriam), and Jonathan (married to Jennifer). Jorge has more than thirty years experience as an entrepreneur and a Doctoral of Theology and a Ph.D. from NCCT. He helps administer the MSU College of Theology Degree program at MorningStar Fellowship in Fort Mill. His heart was captured by the Lord for the nations when he stepped out in the faith realm and encountered the supernatural love of the Lord.
Dr. Anna Parrott
MSU College of Theology
My heart is to disciple the nations with the firm foundation of the Living Word. When we have that strong foundation of the Word mixed with faith, we shall pursue, overtake, and recover all, (the enemy has stolen from us), and we shall enter our promised land. I have traveled to many nations and seen firsthand the hunger in the nations for a solid biblical teaching. My husband and I, Dr. Jorge Parrott, Director of Missions here at MorningStar, have researched and studied many schools and found the accreditation and degrees offered in conjunction with The North Carolina College of Theology equips us to prepare and release many in the US and abroad to be radical lovers of the Lord and His ways. Help us carry and release the prophetic fire for this season and see the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Join us for the greatest adventure.
It is a privilege to be a part of the building process of those who are seeking to grow in kingdom and establish a firm foundation in the Word of God. I am a part of an incredible team of people who honor each other and work together to see the Father’s passion fulfilled globally. We believe that revelatory study becomes a matter of the heart not just the mind, transforming the individual and thereby transforming the world around them.
Sandra Quesada MSU College of Theology Spanish Instructor
I was born in Costa Rica to a Christian family. My grand parents were pioneer pastors. They founded the first theological seminary and also the Central Church in Costa Rica. I have been involved in church ministry since I was 15 years old working with youth ministry, women’s ministry and as a worship leader serving throughout various churches.
Randal Cutter MSU College of Theology Greek Instructor
Randal Cutter is the founding pastor of New Dawn Community Church in Coral Springs, Florida. He graduated with Highest Honors from Bethany Lutheran College in Makato, Minnesota in 1983. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, Wisconsin, where he received his Master of Divinity in 1987. He has done further post-graduate work at Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson, Mississippi and Orlando, Florida). Both ancient Greek and ancient Hebrew played major roles in his education. His undergraduate work included three years of Biblical and Classical Greek, and two years of Biblical Hebrew. Randal then studied each language at the graduate level for an additional three years during his seminary education. In addition to his pastoral duties at New Dawn, Randy is also an Elder for the MorningStar Fellowship of Ministries.