About Pastor Mark
Mark Fuller was born into a Nazarene parsonage, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Gene Fuller. He attended Mid America Nazarene University, where he met his future wife, Sue, also a pastor’s child.
God spoke to Mark through a homiletics (preaching) class at Nazarene Theological Seminary and challenged him to embrace His call. He and Sue began their life-long journey of pastoral ministry in 1977.
After serving as an associate in Olathe, Kansas and as pastor in Arlington, Texas, the Fuller family moved to Arizona in 1987. Mark pastored CrossRoads Nazarene Church for 18 years. The church saw tremendous growth under his leadership.
Pastor Mark was given the opportunity to serve as Senior Pastor of Grove City Nazarene in May 2005. He has led the largest Nazarene church in the U.S. into a new chapter of ministry with a multi-site vision. In 2010 Mount Vernon Nazarene University conferred upon him an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree.
In 2016 Ohio Christian University appointed him as Dean of Ministry to develop a competency based, local church driven, Bachelor’s degree program for ministry preparation with a goal of training 100,000 pastors in the next ten years.
Mark enjoys golfing and brushing up on his trumpet skills. He also enjoys reading, and anything to do with leadership. He has authored the book, “Consumed- An Introduction to the Holy Spirit” and has contributed to several religious periodicals.
Mark and Sue have three daughters: Lindsey Gibson, Courtney Gastin, and Kelly Miller- all of which are educators.