Project Description

CarterBaldwin Executive Search, together with Langham Partnership USA, announces the appointment of Dr. Carl Moeller as the global ministry’s new president. He will take the reins in January 2025, following the retirement of current president Ben Homan.

Moeller comes to Langham with decades of ministry experience, positioning him to continue the vision of founder John Stott to raise the standard of Biblical preaching around the world.

Moeller brings “an extraordinary range of experience in international Christian work and a servant’s heart,” said Board Chair Joel Carpenter. “We are grateful for his eagerness to join our team.”

Moeller began working with the global church during the 1980s in Communist Eastern Europe. In 2003, Moeller was appointed president and CEO of Open Doors International, a nonprofit that engages with the persecuted church around the world by providing Bibles, Christian literature, and Biblical training. Since then, Moeller has worked as CEO of Biblica and other nonprofits. For the past four years, Moeller has led The Joshua Fund, which supports ministries in Israel and the Middle East.

Moeller earned his PhD in educational leadership and administration from the University of Utah, an MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a BS in biology from Penn State University. He is an ordained minister and has pastored in the Evangelical Free Church of America.

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About Langham Partnership USA
Langham Partnership began in 1969, led by John Stott and named for Stott’s home church in London where he once pastored. Since then, Langham has worked to raise awareness about the needs of the global church and equip Christian leaders in the Majority World with the education and resources they need to share the Gospel and disciple believers. Langham focuses their work in the world where the context of the church is characterized by poverty, pressure, and potential. They help local churches become deeply rooted in God’s Word so they can provide biblical solutions that address local issues.