Upcoming Events

Faith Chorale Spring Concert – March 17

Come enjoy our annual free Spring concert titled "Promises and Praise" in the Nettleton Center at 7:00 p.m. As we worship together during this program, it is our prayer that we will revel in God’s promises and lift up authentic, effervescent praise to Him.

Not able to attend in person? Click here to watch it live-streamed. 

Spring Alumni & Friends Dessert Fellowship – March 27

We'll have a wonderful time at our Fall Dessert Fellowship where alumni and friends of Faith come to get reacquainted with former classmates and hear about the current happenings of Faith. Join us in Nettleton 104-105 to enjoy a delicious array of desserts while hearing about Alumni Hall and our recently remodeled seminary building!

Faith Instrumental Spring Concert – April 7

Whether you participated in the Faith Community Orchestra or Handbells, or simply enjoy orchestral music, grab a friend and attend our annual free Instrumental Spring Concert in the Nettleton Center.

Alumni Campus Work Day – August 5

There are always a variety projects over the summer and we invite Faith and Omaha alumni to be a part of them. Last summer we had a group of alumni and their families who helped paint Nettleton classrooms, weed the volleyball court, and replace the rocks surrounding our campus flag pole. Check back for more information on what projects we will be tackling during our next Alumni Campus Work Day!

Homecoming Weekend – September 15-16

While current students enjoy Homecoming activities, the weekend is primarily design for alumni and their families to return to campus and relive their days as Faith students. From athletic events and a family game show, to a campus parade and the Ya Gotta Regatta, there are many activities that all ages will enjoy. Mark your calendars and plan your own “homecoming” to campus! 


This page keeps you up-to-date on Alumni Association events. Click here to find the full schedule of all events at Faith. For information on any of these events, contact our Alumni Coordinator, Leanna Acree at 515-964-0601, ext. 244 or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Update Your Info

Tell us about changes in your life:relocation, marriage, births, ministry:to help us keep connected. Click here to access the Update Your Info form.

Alumni Spotlight

At our 2011 graduation service the Alumni Association recognized two alumni missionary couples for their outstanding service for Christ.
Bill and Deb Edmondson:U.S.A. missionaries
Click here for the tribute read about the Edmondsons at the graduation service.
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Tribute to Bill and Deb Edmonsdon
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John and Bev Leonard
Click here for the tribute read about the Leonards at the graduation service.
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Tribute to John and Bev Leonard
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News at Faith

Check out also the updates about Faith, Omaha, and Denver alumni.

Seminary Building Renovation Update
renoThe siding is off the old Music Building’s exterior, and the new ceilings has been installed. The recent renovations for the new seminary building are progressing well, and the workers are pleased with the goals they accomplished in the first work day. Although there are challenges to renovating a building, like taking off the walls and reinsulating the facility, the team of workers is confident that the renovations can be done by the start of the 2017 school year.

The project that officially began in September had many trials earlier this summer. Curt Fincham, Faith’s maintenance director, said that the progression for the plans themselves took a lot longer to be approved than he had wanted, but he is thankful for the goals that have been accomplished for the new seminary building. Even though the plans may have been slower than expected, it is satisfying to see the progression in a short time.

For the next renovation day, the work crew has set goals to accomplish. A smaller goal is taking care of carpeting the inside, and a bigger, more time-consuming goal is taking out all the windows and framing the new windows. The window framing will not be an easy task, but the team of workers will rise to the challenge and do the best they can to get this goal accomplished.

We look forward to what the team of workers is doing on the new seminary building, and we eagerly await to see the finished product.

—Written by student writer, Cara Hodak (Fr.)


Kimberly Tanner InformalKimberly Tanner Joins the Faith Faculty
Faith is pleased to welcome Miss Kim Tanner back to our faculty. Kim previously taught communications courses at Faith from 2010-2012 as an adjunct professor. She will begin teaching communication and speech courses again this school year as a full-time faculty member.

Kim holds a bachelor’s degree from Clearwater Christian College, a master’s degree from Faith Baptist Theological Seminary, and a master’s degree from Iowa State University. She has served as a graduate assistant at ISU, an adjunct faculty member at FBBC, and a faculty member at Clearwater Christian College.

We are excited to have Kim back with us as she helps train students to better communicate the Word to the World. 


sauserFaith Welcomes Jordan Sauser 
Jordan Sauser has joined the Faith Family as the director of financial aid and coach of the men’s soccer and track and field teams.

Jordan graduated from Faith in 2008. While a student, he competed in basketball, soccer, and track and field, where he distinguished himself as an All-American hurdler. He also served on three summer ministry teams.

Jordan and his wife, Laura, along with their children, Tinley and Ridley, live in the Ankeny area and are active members of Community Baptist Church. We look forward to having Jordan serve with us this coming school year.


 Work Teams Needed for Renovation Project

We are undertaking a major renovation project during the 2016-2017 school year, and we need the help of work teams from churches.

Last fall we moved our Music Department from its building across the street from our main campus into the Nettleton Center to give our music staff better facilities. We will now renovate the former music building to be our seminary building. This renovation will give our seminary a greater identity and visibility.

We plan to do most of the renovation work ourselves, but we are counting on individuals and missions teams from churches to help us. Listed below are some areas where you can help: 

BUILDING: Deck and stairs
FRAMING: Walls and windows
HANGING: Drywall, interior doors, light fixtures
HELPING: Electrical, HVAC, plumbing
INSTALLLING: Aluminum soffit, fascia, vinyl siding, bathroom fixtures, cabinets and countertops, PTAC units, windows
LAYING: Brick, carpet tile, ceramic tile
PAINTING/STAINING: Ceilings, doors, walls (all interior)
POURING: Concrete sidewalks, steps, driveway, parking lot
REMOVING: Bushes and shrubbery, carpet and floor coverings, concrete, drywall, furniture, interior doors and trim, interior walls and stairways, shelving, windows
TRIMMING: Baseboard, doors, stair rails, windows (all interior)

As you can see, we have need of skilled workers and people who can assist skilled workers.

Here is your opportunity to make a difference at Faith. If you or some people in your church are willing to help us, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Dr. Tillotson's executive assistant, at 515.964.0601, ext. 234. The renovation will start this summer and our goal is to have it ready for fall 2017.


Seminary Building Renovation Update

Read about the latest updates about our new seminary building from one of our student writers. Read More

Kimberly Tanner Joins Faith Faculty

Faith is pleased to welcome Miss Kim Tanner back to our faculty.  Read More

Faith Welcomes Jordan Sauser

Jordan Sauser has joined the Faith Family as the director of financial aid and coach of the men's soccer and track and field teams. Read More

Major Renovation Project

We invite church work teams to help us renovate the former music building into our seminary building.  Read More