David G. Horner

David G. Horner, M.A.
Secondary English Education

964.0601, ext. 261

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Mr. Horner had 20 years experience as a teacher and administrator in Christian schools before coming to Faith in 2001. He has a strong background in English and literature and directs the secondary English education program at Faith. Mr. Horner also leads the Writing Improvement Program, which assists all students in improving their writing skills. Mr. Horner lives in Ankeny and is an active member of Urbandale Baptist Church in Urbandale.

Education
• B.A. from University of Toledo
• Graduate work at Michigan State University
• Education certificate from University of Toledo
• M.A. from Oakland University

 Experience
• Administrator, Springfield Christian Academy, Clarkston, Michigan
• Teacher, Wixom Christian School, Wixom, Michigan
• Adjunct Faculty, Baker College
• Administrator, Oxford Christian Academy, Oxford, Michigan

Present Ministry 
• Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College

Classes
Advanced Grammar and Linguistics
American Masterpieces
Creative Writing
Introduction to Communication 
Praxis: Theory to Practice
Public Speaking
Secondary Methods and Materials
Senior Writing
Student Teaching Supervision
Teaching Secondary English/Language Arts
World Geography
Introduction to Literature
Middle School Curriculum and Development

Contact     
Contact Mr. Horner about Faith's secondary English education program.

Events

Alumni and Friends Dinner

Friday, August 5

This free dinner will be sponsored by our Faith partner GuidOne Insurance.

Homecoming

September 15–17

Big events planned for the 2016 Homecoming! Make plans now to return and be a part.

Faith Classic Golf Tournament

Friday, September 16

Calling all golfers! Play a round of golf on a premier course and help raise money for Faith scholarships.

FaithFest

Saturday, September 24

Bring your teens to this premier youth event. Lots of fun activities with an evangelistic emphasis.