Mary Jo Brown

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Mary Jo Brown, M.A.
Christian School

964.0601, ext. 263

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Mrs. Mary Jo Brown joined the Faith faculty in the fall of 2012 after a background in elementary teaching in Christian and public schools. In addition, she served for 18 years as a pastor's wife, so she has wide experience in church and Christian school ministry. Mary Jo's husband, Daniel, also joined the Faith faculty at the same time, so they are able to minister as a team. The Browns have four daughters, all with degrees in education.

Education
• B.S., Faith Baptist Bible College
• Graduate work in education, Iowa State University
• M.A., Eastern Michigan University

Experience
• Kindergarten teacher, Inter-City Baptist Christian School, Allen Park, Michigan
• Instructor, Denver Baptist Bible College, Denver, Colorado
• Substitute teacher
• Kindergarten paraprofessional, Monmouth Junction Elementary School, South Brunswick, New Jersey
• Kindergarten teacher, Fourth Baptist Christian School, Plymouth, Minnesota

Present Ministry
• Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College

Classes
Child Growth and Development
Children's Literature
Content Reading in the Elementary
Education Seminar I and II
Methods and Materials
Elementary Reading Methods
The Exceptional Learner
Teaching Language Arts
Teaching Reading I and II

Contact Mrs. Brown to learn more about the Christian School Department at Faith.


 
 

Events

Spring Chorale Tour

March 6–15

Attend one of the Chorale's concerts in Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri.

Spring Chorale Concert

March 20

Join us on the Faith campus for the annual spring Chorale concert.

Scholarship Weekend

March 19-21

For seniors who have applied to Faith. Get to know Faith personnel and interview for substantial scholarships.

Faith Pulpit Day

March 30

This years Faith Pulpit Day will explore exposition in preaching, in theology, and in counseling.

Student Leadership Summit

April 16-18

Evangelist Will Galkin and Dr. Paul Hartog will help teens confront their culture rather than conform to it.