earned a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary and has pastored full time serving churches in Iowa and Illinois.  He has also worked bi-vocationally as an interim and pulpit support for more than 20 years.  Dr. Hendricks completed his Doctor of Ministry at the University of Dubuque, with a focus on conflict management in the local church.  Some might remember him as our workshop leader on conflict management last year at both the annual conference and the minister’s retreat.

In 1996, Dr. Hendricks founded Hendricks Training, an international business focused on organizational growth and performance which continues to this day.  He has worked on 5 different continents in 13 different countries.  He brings extensive expertise in architecting solutions coaching organizations through change and transformation. His strategic approach drives commitment and improved engagement.  For more than 40 years he has helped organizations (including churches) identify expectations, define priorities and equip them for success.


Dr. Hendricks’ career is built on developing people, from local congregations to the corporate boardroom.  He’s coached world-class athletes and worked with youth struggling with drug addiction.  He brings a rich, well-grounded faith and a practical, real-world applicability to the Interim Program of the Central Region.

Bill grew up in Davenport, Iowa, the oldest of four boys.  He met Jacki when they were 18 years old and, have been married since 1969.  They moved to Overland Park with their son, Scott, in 1988.  Jacki and Bill have been Puppy Raisers, working to prepare assistance dogs for people with special needs and have been very active in Golden Retriever Rescue, hosting and re-homing more than 50 lost  Goldens.

Bill earned a BA in physical education from the University of Northern Iowa. He taught school for 8 years and coached swimming and diving for 12 years.  He

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5833 SW 29th St.
Topeka, KS 66614
(785) 272-7622
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