Chuck 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.
Barbara 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.”
Harold 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
Herb 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.
Rick 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 Scarborough
Lieutenant Colonel Chuck Stecker (Retired) served in various key leadership and staff positions, including 3 years on the joint staff in the Pentagon. After his retirement, he served for three years as regional director for Promise Keepers.
He is now founder and president of his own organization, A Chosen Generation. Chuck uniquely combines several years of business experience, 23 years of military experience, and 10 years of full-time ministry, in equipping, training, empowering and releasing a new generation of leaders. Chuck’s clear vision and leadership teachings have impacted churches, schools, the military and businesses all over the country and several other nations.
William 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 for SWANsat.
The 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 with a 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 education I received from LBU