Faith's Faculty:Qualified and Experienced
Many factors contribute to a successful college experience, but none is more significant than the faculty members. Faith's faculty members offer a balance of academic qualification and extensive ministry and professional experience.
Faith faculty members are academically qualified. More than two-thirds of Faith's faculty members have an earned doctorate.
Faith faculty members have extensive ministry and professional experience. Dr. Robert Domokos, the head of our Pastoral Training Department, has over 30 years of ministry experience as a pastor and interim pastor. Mr. Mark Lounsbrough, the head of our Missions Department, had almost 20 years of field experience in Brazil before coming to Faith to teach. Dr. Paul Hartog, co-chair of the Bible and Theology Department, has written a major book for Oxford University Press.
This balance of practical field experience as well as academic excellence not only sets Faith apart from other institutions, but it also plays a vital role in the overall preparation of the students. This balance will equip you for a successful life of service to Christ as a pastor, missionary, Sunday School teacher, husband, businessman, mother, Christian school teacher, lawyer, or whatever vocation God calls you to!
Our search has been broad and effective as we have met with well qualified individuals. These contacts have developed increased support for the mission of FBBC&TS and also have enabled us to have a recognition of the dynamics which help direct our focus. Read More
In preparation for the upcoming visit from the Higher Learning Commission, Faith invites the public to comment on its programs. Read More
Faith’s volleyball coach, Lanny Nihart, was recently honored for completing 30 years as our volleyball coach. Read More
Kevin England, a junior at Faith, recently received two national awards. In the photo he is pictured on the left with his coach, Ryan Long. Read More
On October 28, 2014, an American flag was flown in honor of Faith on a combat mission in Afghanistan. Read More