Baugh founder, Creations Evidence Museum. Dr. Baugh is
one of the world’s foremost experts on creation
science. He is often seen on national television programs
and has authored and produced many books and tapes.
David M. Carr is the new president of Midwestern Baptist
College. He had previously been director of the Graduate
Division and a Bible and History Instructor at Midwestern.
David was recommended to the board by Chancellor and Founder,
Dr. Tom Malone and unanimously approved. He holds an earned
Th.D. and honorary Doctorate. He also serves as co-pastor
of Shalom Baptist Church. Midwestern
Paul Chappel serves as Pastor of the Lancaster Baptist
Church as well as president of West Coast Baptist College
in Lancaster California. Dr. Chappell came to Lancaster
in 1986 with a vision to build a great soul winning church
and a bible college to train christian workers.
Today West Coast Baptist College sits on a 61 acre campus
and is one of the fastest growing Bible colleges in America.
Coast Baptist College
Gary Coleman has been the Pastor of Lavon Drive Baptist
Church in Garland Texas since 1964. At the age of 13,
Dr. Coleman made it know that God had called him to preach.
He was used extensively in his teen-age years through
preaching both on the radio and in youth revivals. In
addition to his pastoring of Lavon Drive Baptist Church,
Dr. Coleman serves as president of Garland Christian Academy.
He serves on the Advisory Board for the Association of
Baptists for World Evangelism and as a Regional Vice-President
for Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, Florida.
He has served as Moderator of the Southwide Baptist Fellowship
and is presently serving as the Secretary-Treasurer. He
has traveled extensively and preached the Word of God
throughout the United States as well as in various foreign
Cornuke president, Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration
(BASE). He is often called the “Real Indiana Jones.”
Bob has appeared on CBS, NBC, MSNBC, 700 Club and Fox
Television’s “Ripley’s Believe It or
Not.” His searches include the Holy Land, Saudi
Arabia, Turkey, Iraq and Iran. Look for his new books
published by Tyndale. He is an adjunct speaker at LBU.
Terry Davis is an outstanding singer, motivational speaker
and Christian businessman. He is founder of U. S. Merit,
Inc. beginning with a single restaurant. He has built
a chain of approximately 20 franchise restaurants in Texas.
Daniel Dorim Kim holds an Ed.D. from Louisiana Baptist
University. He is the President of the American College
of Medical Technology in Gardena, California. The central
mission of American College of Medical Technology is to
provide an educational career program designed to prepare
students for employment in the allied health fields.
Jack Eggar accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior on January
27, 1970 at the age of 17. Dr. Gerald Wheatley, former
pastor of Belcroft Bible Church in Bowie, Maryland, discipled
Jack soon afterward. Dr. Wheatley also served as Jack’s
early mentor in ministry. Jack’s call into Christian
ministry came at age 18. Jack has been involved in the
Lord’s work for over 30 years. Dr. Eggar served
as associate pastor and youth director, First Baptist
Church in Costa Mesa,California. Associate pastor, youth
director and college youth ministry teacher, Bethany Baptist
Church in Whittier, California and Pacific Coast Baptist
Bible College. Missionary to South Korea with Baptist
Bible Fellowship International out of Springfield, Missouri.
Missionary to Fiji Islands with Pacific Baptist Mission
based in Long Beach, California, Senior pastor, Bible
Baptist Church in Oak View, California, Senior pastor,
His Place Evangelical Free Church in Post Falls, Idaho,
International Missions Director, Awana Clubs International.
Dr. Eggar presently serves as the President/CEO of Awana
Clubs International. Dr. Eggar earned his M.A. from LBU
in 1979 and his Ph.D. in 2006.
Flanagan founder of L. E. D. Inc. Dr. Flanagan has taught
leadership and conflict resolution in many universities
and metropolitan police departments. He often teaches
at the Pentagon and has served as adjunct faculty at both
George Washington University and LBU.
Frazier president of Discovery Ministries, Inc. Gary has
made over 150 trips to Israel. His “Day of Prophecy”
teaching seminars have been hosted by many of America’s
greatest churches. He travels with Tim Lahaye and Ed Hindson
as part of the Left Behind team. He serves as an adjunct
professor at Liberty University and lectures at LBU.
Gothard founder of the Institute of Basic Life Principles.
Dr. Gothard has a worldwide ministry that includes many
teaching facilities, Christian retreat centers and a hospital.
His meetings have drawn thousands for decades. His Ph.D.
dissertation became the foundation for his current book
“The Forty Nine Commands of Christ.”
Hamm grew up in Texas. He accepted Christ at age 8 and
was called to preach at 11. He graduated from Technical
High School in Fort Worth. He has served as Pastor of
the Mountain States Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado
since 1979. Mountain States has been the sending church
for 8 foreign missionary families. During that time, MSBC
has also been the sponsor of 10 new churches in Colorado.
States Baptist Church
Ice executive director of the Pre-Trib Research Center.
The center recently moved to the campus of Liberty University.
The Pre-Trib Center was founded by Dr. Tim Lahaye and
owns the largest collection of Prophetic and Eschatology
books in the world. Dr. Ice has lectured at LBU and serves
as Associate Professor of Religion at Liberty.
Janey is one of the founders of the Baptist Bible Fellowship
International and served three terms as the fellowship
president. After serving in various churches he became
pastor of the New Testament Baptist Church in the Miami,
Florida area. The church grew to a peak attendance of
3000 with a large Christian school. He also helped founded
both the American Association of Christian Schools and
the Florida Association of Christian Schools.
Jeffrey is recognized as one of the leading teachers on
Bible prophecy and an intelligent defense of our Christian
faith. He is the chairman of Frontier Research Publications,
Inc., a leading publisher of books, tapes and videos.
Grants 18 best selling books have resulted in more
than four million sales during the last thirteen years.
Johnson president, Galilee College, Nassau, Bahamas. Dr.
Johnson is a CPA, minister and educator. He has played
a major role as a leader in the Bahamas. As the founder
and president of Galilee College he has built one of the
best colleges on the island.
Ledbetter pastor, motivational speaker and author. He
is pastor of Sunrise Baptist Church, Clovis, California.
He also works with James Dobson at Focus on the Family.
He is the author of several outstanding books. He
and his wife, Gail, have three grown children and eight
grandchildren. He is a frequent conference speaker, and
has written numerous articles for magazines. He specializes
in Family Ministry Focus TM workshops, which teach parents
and grandparents the spiritual, emotional, and social
components of the heritage they are passing to the next
Lyles minister and motivational speaker. Terry’s
organization has been called in on many catastrophic events.
He counseled police and firefighters in New York after
911. He traveled to Asia to counsel relief workers after
the Tsunami. His clients include executives of some of
America’s largest corporations. He has often been
referred to as the “Stress Doctor.”
McCullough author, speaker and movie producer. He has
written several books, but is probably best known as producer
of the classic film “Where the Red Fern Grows”
Missler author, prophecy speaker and president of Koinonia
House Ministries. Chuck is speaker on a worldwide network
of radio programs. He is one of the world’s greatest
authorities on “End Time Prophecy.” Dr. Missler
is also a Naval Academy graduate who quickly rose to the
upper ranks of the corporate world as CEO of several international
high-technology corporations. He combines a background
in intelligence, cryptanalysis and informational sciences
with over 30 years of Biblical teaching and research.
Norrell was an executive trainer for Southwest Airlines.
She received Christ, married Pastor Larry Norrell, then
began to use her speaking ability and excellent leadership
skills as a Christian leadership speaker. She authored
the book “Meet You on the North Side of Heaven.”
Rawlings is the former pastor of Landmark Baptist Temple
in Cincinnati. Ohio. Now with the Rawlings Foundation,
his book “Trial by Fire” has grown out of
a lecture he has given in churches, institutions and lecture
halls across the nation. It is the story of how we got
our English Bible. Harold
Rawlings Rawlings Foundation has worked tirelessly to
establish youth camps in many nations including Mexico,
Cambodia, Philippines, Japan, England and Belgium. Each
year he crosses the globe dozens of times aiding in every
area of construction and administration.
Scarborough pastored First Baptist Church, Pearland, Texas,
from 1990 until 2002. He resigned to devote full attention
to Vision America which he founded in 1998. After a disturbing
situation involving sex education in his daughter’s
high school, Rick became an activist for traditional Christians.
He authored the book “Enough is Enough,” which
was also his doctoral dissertation. He has appeared numerous
times on national television and in national publications.
His ministry was recently the focus of a May, 2005 New
York Times feature article entitled, "The Posse in
the Pulpit." Rick
P. Welty is founder of SWANsat Holdings, LLC, sponsor
of the Super-Wide Area Wide Network Satellite (SWANsat)
System, a constellation of very high powered geosynchronous
telecommunications satellites planned for launch in
late 2012 or early 2013. Dr. Welty has presented the
project to the African Union, the United Nations Global
Alliance for ICT and Development, and to many other
international telecommunications organizations in both
the public and private sectors. Dr. Welty's Ph.D. in
Communications (2005) is from LBU. His Ph.D. dissertation
included a concept plan and preliminary business model
Louisiana Baptist Convention executive board elected
Bill Robertson, pastor of Temple Baptist Church, Winnfield,
as the new director for the LBC pastoral ministries
team. The action was part of the May 1 executive board
meeting at the Tall Timbers Conference Center. Robertson
was in his second year as the president of the Louisiana
Baptist Convention and will relinquish those duties
to the 1st Vice President Scott Thompson, pastor of
Oak Grove Baptist Church, Eros. "Bill (Robertson)
brings a wealth of pastoral experience to this position.
He is respected by a huge network of Louisiana pastors,"
said David E. Hankins, executive director of the Louisiana
Baptist Convention. "As I prayed and sought for
the right man for this position, it became so clear
that the Lord has equipped and raised up Bill for this
strategic position at this time." Robertson's entire
pastoral ministry experiences have been in Louisiana.
In 2002, Robertson became pastor of Temple Baptist Church,
Winnsboro. Under his leadership, the church has experienced
growth and leadership development. His prior pastorates
include: Calvary, Monroe; Fellowship, Jena; Trinity,
Oak Grove; Bistineau, Heflin; and Lismore, Jonesville.Robertson
served (2000-2003) on the board of trustees for Midwestern
Baptist Theological Seminary. During the same period,
he served on the board of trustees for Louisiana College.
Robertson is a 1981 graduate of Louisiana College. He
attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary,
Fort Worth, Texas. His graduate work was accomplished
at Louisiana Baptist University, Shreveport, where Robertson
received a Masters in Biblical Studies/New Testament
and a PhD in Preaching. Robertson's dissertation was
on the preaching ministry of Dr. Robert G. Lee, who
served three terms as president of the Southern Baptist
Convention. The pastoral leadership team is an integral
part of the ministry of the Louisiana Baptist Convention.
Church health, minister/church relationship assistance
and leadership development in the realm of bi-vocational
ministers, church worship, senior adults and prayer
are key areas of ministry for the pastoral leadership
team. Since graduation 1996 witha Ph.D., I have been
selected Preacher of the Year for Louisiana Baptist
Convention, 1999; elected President for two terms, 2005,06;
just received the J.D. Grey award for expository preaching
for 2006-07 and am now working for the Louisiana Baptist
Convention as Pastoral Ministries Team leader.
Thank you for the training and eduaction I received