Eileen Morgan

After graduating from Tallmadge High School in Tallmadge, Ohio, Eileen attended Kent State University where she obtained a B.A. in Sociology (1969) and subsequently served the Summit County area as a social worker, handling cases of child abuse and neglect.

Eileen married Christopher Morgan in 1972 and became a “stay-at-home” mother of five children. Once her children were all in school, she worked part-time as a bank teller for TransOhio and then in 1988, she became a full-time carpet salesperson and decorator for Sears before retiring in 2007.

Converted at the age of 29, Eileen soon began teaching Sunday School and women’s Bible studies which she continued to do for over 30 years. She is also experienced as a conference speaker and workshop presenter. Most recently, she has served as chairwoman of the Missions Committee at Chapel Hill Church in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and as a short-term missionary with E-3 Partners, doing church planting in Zimbabwe (2004, 2010) and in Kenya (2009). She is currently an advocate for Akatendeka Ministries, International in Harare, Zimbabwe which ministers to orphans and widows in Zimbabwe.

Eileen received certification in Systematic Theology and Old Testament Survey from Logos Bible Institute in Akron, Ohio, and has completed the World-Wide Perspectives Course offered by the U.S. Center for World Missions in Pasadena, California.

Eileen resides in Akron, Ohio, where she is a member of Chapel Hill Church, C&MA. She is currently working on a study of end times prophecy, which she hopes to have published in the coming year.