John Hartog II
Senior Professor, Director
964.0601 ext. 257
Dr. John Hartog II is a longtime and valued member of the college and seminary faculty. He has taught in the college for more than 30 years specializing in Old Testament and New Testament survey courses. Thousands of students over the years have received a strong foundation for Bible study and ministry from Dr. Hartog's survey classes. Dr. Hartog also serves in the seminary as the director of the Master of Arts in Religion program. In addition to his teaching, he is also involved in church ministry. Several years ago he planted a church in Grimes that is today a thriving, growing church. Dr. Hartog and his wife, Martha, are active members of Faith Baptist Church in Cambridge.
• A.A., Northwestern Junior College
• Moody Bible Institute
• B.A., Wheaton College
• Middlebury College of Languages
• M.S.L.S., East Texas State University
• Th.M. and Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary
• D.Min., Central Baptist Theological Seminary
Teaching and Ministry Experience
• Literature and pastoral ministry, Dallas and Lipscomb, Texas
• Librarian and Instructor, Montana Institute of the Bible
• Head Librarian and Instructor, Faith Baptist Bible College
• Cataloging Librarian, Grace Theological Seminary
• Academic Dean, Montana Institute of the Bible
• Head Librarian, Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College
• Head Librarian, Faculty, Calvary Bible College
• Academic Dean, Calvary Bible College
• Acting Librarian, Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary
• Senior Pastor, Maranatha Baptist Church, Grimes, Iowa
• Vice President for Business and Campus Operations
• Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary
Contact Dr. Hartog II for information about the M.A. in Religion program in the seminary.
Homecoming 2014September 12 and 13
Come back to Faith for a weekend of enjoyable Homecoming activities. Two new events this year—women's alumni soccer game and sand volleyball tournament.
Make plans to attend the premier youth group event this fall. Evangelistic emphasis so teens can bring their friends.